The Devil Takes A Bow (Book #2 D.I. Marsh series)

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D.I. Angela Marsh is asked to help a colleague to save his family from a religious cult; at the same time that bodies are discovered that have had their organs removed, whilst they were still alive!
Are these connected?
D.I. Marsh uncovers far more than she could possibly dream of. More

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About Samantha Franklin

Books have always been a large part of my life from an early age. All my family were and still are passionate readers, therefore to progress onto becoming an author seemed natural.
Most writers need to search for material or experiences to base their work on, this is were I differ from most writers; to say I have led a colourful, eventful life is possibly an understatement.
Through a number of reasons I have experienced a variety of things such as, being an athletic champion, escaping an abusive marriage, working with young offenders, being a top field designer, a part time actress and model, and also being the victim of a murder attempt.
Many people have suggested that I should one day write my life story, to which I answer "no one will ever believe it is a true story" therefore instead I use my experiences as a base for my novels. It is up to the reader to determine just which part I actually lived.

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Reviews

Review by: Susan Larsen on Feb. 26, 2013 :
Worth the read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: tara franklin on Jan. 31, 2013 :
As I'm a big fan of crime novels, and a woman this caught my eye straight away. Wow, all I can say is I could not put this down. It does mention there are others in the series so I just hope they are soon available as I will definitely be checking them out.
Highly recommended!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mark Franklin on Jan. 31, 2013 :
Wow.
This book is so good. I'm not a great reader of fiction but the plot has so many twists and turns you never know where its going next.
I found it hard to put my kindle down and can't wait for more of the D.I.Marsh series to be published.

I would recommend this book to anybody.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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