Rutter's Reunion

Years have passed since Julie Rutter faced a modern-day Jack The Ripper, in 'Chained in Time'. Now she returns to Bow Road Police Station, as Chief Inspector Rutter, to find herself investigating three murders, all committed with the same weapon, but not by the same killer. Little is as it seems. Even her reasoning is in doubt, as a deeper and yet more sinister motive emerges. More

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About David Waine

David Waine was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, in 1949. He is the youngest of three brothers, all of whom went on to become teachers like their father. It was during his teaching career that he developed an interest in writing, initially plays, and his adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' was performed at the Cockpit Theatre (the forerunner of Shakespeare's Globe) as part of the Globe Theatre restoration in 1991. He took up novel writing after leaving the profession, and his first published work, 'The Planning Officers' appeared in 2011. He has followed this up with an epic fantasy trilogy, 'A King's Head', made up of the individual novels: 'Usurper', 'A Sovereign's Honour' and 'A New Queen Rises'. A sequel trilogy, 'A Queen's Heart' followed in 2012-14. This is made up of the individual novels, 'The Ancient Realm', 'The Shattered Realms' and 'The Power of Four Queens'. An appendix, 'Larussi's Heartsong' is in preparation. Together, the two trilogies and 'Heartsong' make up the 'Avalind Books'. There will be more of these in the future.

The first of his crime thrillers, 'Chained in Time', was published in October 2011. The second in the series, 'Rutter's Reunion', followed in January 2012. The third book, 'Relapse' was published in the spring of 2014. These are the 'Rutter Books'. There will be more of them as well.

When 'Heartsong' is published, David intends to complete a collection of short stories that he has also been working on.

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