The Climate Change Murders

Skyla Merrick is always in some kind of trouble …
 In disgrace and suspended, the Cornish-born detective witnesses the first of the bizarre deaths while visiting Arthurs Bay, a coastal fishing village with bigger ideas.
When Skyla and local police officer Hugh Fitzpatrick bring their work together, she sees the solution.

But can she catch the killer? More

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Words: 88,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311709622
About David Kilner

David Kilner was born in London and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia, where he lives with his wife, Pauline, and two Maltese Shih-Tzu crosses. With the help of the dogs, they raised two daughters. Now retired, he spent most of his career in the social welfare sector where he became expert at writing social welfare policy and was awarded a Doctorate for his work on social housing. These days he enjoys volunteering with community organisations and writing local history studies. Many of his non-fiction works have been published, both in social welfare and in history.
He began writing crime fiction several years ago and has previously published two short stories with Detective Senior Sergeant Skyla Merrick in the lead. He is currently working on a second full-length novel featuring Skyla Merrick and her colleagues Hugh Fitzpatrick and Tom Ludlow. Once again Skyla will find herself in unexpectedly hot water.

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