Detective Jane Sparrow lay awake in her bed contemplating the meaning of life and death. The images of last night's crime scene still lingered in her memory. For all her years as a Detective she had never seen anything so brutal, a person that had been subjected to so much pain. And a young girl at that. To spend her last moments scared and full of fear as she could do nothing but look on into the eyes of the monster that tortured and murdered her. And all Jane could do was to hope that she catches him before he strikes again....
I'm a self published crime fiction author. My first book The Organisation features my lead Detective Jane Sparrow and continues on in a series of three books. The first one being The Organisation followed by The Escape and The Taken which will be coming soon.
I live in Essex and have always had a passion for writing. I have loved every minute of writing this series and hope that my readers love them every bit as much as i do. The series started with one idea and grew from there and i cant wait to start my next project that i hope my readers will enjoy just as much. I work full time as a beauty therapist and use my connections with people to inspire me to write what i believe to be realistic but gripping stories that carry you from start to finish.
Meet the Detective that leads you on a case of twist and turns. Can she catch the killer before another young girl perishes or will she be too late....
Detective Jane Sparrow lay awake in her bed contemplating the meaning of life and death. She had managed to smoke her way through a lifetime of cigarettes and drink enough whisky for 10 men but still the images of last night’s crime scene lingered in her memory. For all her years as a Detective she had never seen anything so brutal, a person that had been subjected to so much pain, it really was disgusting. With the stench of stale smoke lingering in her hair she heavy heartedly pulled herself from her slumber to take a hot bath. Wondering where her day would begin and what miseries lie ahead had kept her up most of the night.