‘A crime novel replete with twists and turns and intricate character relationships.” Green Olive Press
Everyone has skeletons in their closets, everyone has secrets,but when the body of an elderly recluse turns up dead in her kitchen, the skeletons which she has kept hidden so well, come spilling out and William Phillips, her wealthy son has the very fabric of his life turned upside down.
Follow a web of intrigue through Rose Phillip’s life to uncover her secret and discover who wanted her dead and why the killer now has William in his sights.
‘Excuse me, William, the police are here to see you,’ Anita led the two officers into his office and closed the door behind her on her way out. If William Phillips was surprised, he didn’t show it. He stood and pushed his chair back from his desk. They were both fresh-faced kids and looked as if they had just graduated from the Academy.
William imagined they would be more at home by a roadside in the middle of the night attending a crash scene, than standing here in his plush office with the antique carpets on the floor and expensive art work on the walls. He noticed the female officer looking at the Joan Miro painting hanging on the wall behind him. She was obviously drawing her own conclusions as to the type of person he was…’
Gina Amos divides her time between Sydney and the Gold Coast in Australia. She is married and has two gorgeous children.
She has written two crime novels set in Sydney, Australia : ‘Secrets and Lies’ and ‘Killing Sunday’ and is currently working on the third in the Detective Jill Brennan series, ‘Asylum.’ Gina enjoys reading crime as well as writing it. Her favourite authors are Ian Rankin, Peter Robinson, Tess Gerritsen and Reginald Hill.