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Last Breath

by Sally Rigby

Series: Cavendish & Walker (5)

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Has the Lenchester Strangler returned? When a murderer leaves a familiar pink scarf as his calling card, Detective Chief Inspector Whitney Walker is forced to dig into a cold case, not sure if she's looking for a killer or a copycat. With a growing pile of bodies, and no clues, she turns to forensic psychologist, Dr Georgina Cavendish, despite their relationship being at an all-time low. Can they overcome the bad blood between them to solve the unsolvable?… (more)
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I have just finished Sally Rigby's Walker and Cavendish series which I loved and highly recommend. There is a new book out in July which I have pre-ordered and am looking forward to reading it. DCI Whitney Walker and Georgina (George) Cavendish, a forensic psychologist, are great characters , so different, but work together extremely well. Books 1-3 are still 99c in Australia and I imagine reduced in the UK so a good way to try them out ( )
  MaureenJ | Dec 23, 2020 |
Another thrilling read from Ms. Rigby! Cavendish & Walker are having a few issues which lead to some tension between them but they soldier on to solve the case. Someone is murdering older women and leaving them with pink scarves around their necks. It's the same as an earlier case years ago. Could it possibly be the same killer now? Or who could be copying them so well? On top of that, Walker's daughter wants to leave school and travel. She confides in Cavendish and then doesn't tell her mother causing more tension between the two colleagues. Can't wait to read the next one!!
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Has the Lenchester Strangler returned? When a murderer leaves a familiar pink scarf as his calling card, Detective Chief Inspector Whitney Walker is forced to dig into a cold case, not sure if she's looking for a killer or a copycat. With a growing pile of bodies, and no clues, she turns to forensic psychologist, Dr Georgina Cavendish, despite their relationship being at an all-time low. Can they overcome the bad blood between them to solve the unsolvable?

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