Fans of Karin Slaughter will love Amanda Kyle Williams and her feisty heroine, private detective Keye Street.
Sheriff Ken Meltzer, from the small town of Whisper, finds the decomposing body of a girl deep in the Georgia forest. Next to her lies the skeletal remains of another girl. One victim has been there for sixty days, the other for ten years.
Drugs, theft and reckless speeders are the main worries in Meltzer's small rural county; homicide is not his speciality. So a friend in the Atlanta Police Department recommends a freelancer Meltzer has never heard of - former FBI profiler and private detective Keye Street...
About the Author
Amanda Kyle Williams has contributed to numerous short story collections, has written some small press novels and worked as a freelance writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. In order to research her books, she studied criminal profiling and took law enforcement courses in Atlanta. This is her third Keye Street novel.
Carve out some down time...you won't want to leave Keye Street hanging -- P J Tracy Short, ironic and compelling. This twenty-first century heroine is set to gather even more fans Daily Mail Exceptionally smart, funny and character driven -- Karin Slaughter This is one Street worth acquainting yourself with Sun Williams has created one of the most realistic protagonists in crime fiction that I've had the thrill to read -- Tess Gerritsen
Series: Keye Street
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 8th July 2014
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3 x 2.7
Weight (kg): 0.55