In the chilly half-light of dawn a bizarre pierrot figure waits in the shadows of a deserted stretch of motorway. The costumed hitchhiker’s victim is a passing motorist. The murder, cold-blooded, brutal. Without motive.
Doctors at the local hospital Tim and Daisy Sherringham are blissfully happy. The perfect couple.
When an emergency call rouses Tim early one morning, he vanishes on the way from their flat to the hospital and Daisy is plunged into a nightmare of terror and doubt . . .
So intriguing . . . cleverly woven together and tensely written
Katherine John is privileged to have published 9 crime books, including a Quick Read, The Corpse’s Tale by Accent Press in English and translation.
In total she has published 40 novels (21 historical as Catrin Collier, 3 raunchy as Caro French, 3 novelisations of TV series as Katherine Hardy, 2 as K A John and 1 as K C Watkins). She also had three stage plays professionally produced before she began writing novels. Her first Catrin Collier Novel, Hearts of Gold was filmed and shown by BBC worldwide.
She frequently gives talks, lecture, participate in Radio/TV Arts/Documentary Programmes (BBC, ITV local and commercial radio stations, S4C etc)