“Dead Blonde” by Beck Robertson

A serial killer is stalking and killing young blonde women in London, leaving a mysterious necklace behind at the scene of the crime, and Chief Inspector Deacon Gaine has been assigned to the case. But in order to catch a killer, he will discover that sometimes you need to look deep into the past in order to unravel the secrets of the present.

Gaine has no leads, little evidence, and zero suspects. He must open an unsolved murder case from 17 years ago, in order to decipher the truth, and uncover a secret that has been buried deep. If he can reveal it in time, it will lead straight to the identity of the killer. A killer, who is hell bent on completing his macabre collection. But can Gaine uncover the truth before it’s too late? And can he stop the killer in time?

Dead Blonde takes you behind the eyes of a psychopath, and into the mind of the detective who must stop him in it’s attempt to answer that age old question – are monsters born or are they made?

The author’s provided quick bio on http://beckrobertson.tk/ *“I’m a 34 yr old London based writer and qualified freelance journalist. Previously I’ve written for mirror.co.uk, Gardeners’ World magazine, and the Hammersmith and Fulham News, as well as for various other websites and publications. My first full length novel, Dead Blonde, is available on Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and the Apple store. I am currently in the process of writing my second novel, an erotic vampire tale called Bloodlust.

My two erotic novellas, Catherine and Culpepper, about the relationship between Queen Catherine Howard, wife of Henry VIII and Thomas Culpepper, one of Henry’s courtiers, and The Duke’s Courtesan, a Regency romance published by Xcite books are currently available now on Amazon Kindle.

I live with my partner in the Battersea area, have an avid interest in Tudor and medieval history, an addiction to horror movies and virtual reality computer games, and am a complete Game of Thrones fantasy geek.” *

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