No Remorse

Kent Fisher Mystery #3

Old sins cast long shadows.

No Remorse

An old man dead. Dementia or murder? Threats won’t stop Kent Fisher from finding out.

At luxury retirement home, Nightingales, appearance matters more than the truth. But what is the truth? Was Anthony Trimble killed as he predicted? If so, who wanted him out of the way, and why?

Kent puzzles over the only clue Trimble left him. Do the numbers come from a takeaway menu or are they a mysterious code that could reveal his darkest secret?

As Kent digs deep, people start dying.

Will Kent win the race to discover the truth, or become the next victim?

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‘No Remorse echoes more modern crime novels, such as the alphabet mysteries of Sue Grafton and Peter Robinson’s Inspector Banks books.’
Will Hatchett, editor of Environmental Health News, 27th April 2018.

‘Dear BBC please make these into a top quality drama! The characterisation in No Remorse is perfect. No character is flat or boring, each has a role to play in the continuing drama. Kent himself is a brilliant creation, part time crime solver, full time council employee. He is the perfect blend of ordinary and at the same time gifted and intuitive.’
Booksaremycwtches, 7th May 2018.

‘One thing that I particularly enjoy about this series is the humour. If you’re looking for a light hearted and entertaining mystery with deaths and danger aplenty then check out this series.’
My Reading Corner, 9th may 2018.

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