OUT NOW: Buried in the Past by Bill Kitson

Buried in the Past by Bill KitsonBill Kitson, a retired finance executive, was born in West Yorkshire. He is an avid fan of cricket and cryptic crosswords and is also the former chairman of the Scarborough Writers’ Circle. Buried in the Past is the seventh instalment in the Mike Nash series, following Kitson’s gripping thrillers Depth of Despair, Chosen, Minds That Hate, Altered Egos, Back-Slash and Identity Crisis.

Buried in the Past by Bill Kitson

When a consignment of illicit diamonds en route to London vanishes, together with the couriers, it isn’t long before East End gangster Max Perry is found dead, having suffered horrific torture. Accused of killing a rival, Max’s nephew, Ray, is sentenced to life in prison.

He is released twenty-five years later and heading for Helmsdale when Ray is the victim of a hit and run, and D.I. Mike Nash is convinced it was no accident. Following the murder of a garage mechanic, Nash discovers a link to an unidentified skeleton found years ago in Helmsdale woodland.

How do crimes committed long ago in London connect to the current wave of violence in Helmsdale? As the body count rises, the detectives struggle to keep pace with those who would prefer the truth to remain dead and buried.

Praise for the Mike Nash series

‘Intelligent and complex enough to satisfy the most ardent of whodunit fan’ – milorambles.com

‘It’s all here, taking place in Yorkshire, and will please crime aficionados’ – Gazette & Herald

‘Mike Nash is a great creation’ – Shotsmag, Ron Ellis

‘An author who has expertly carved himself a niche in the crime thriller marketplace…he knows how to twist the corkscrew’ – Scarborough Evening News

Buried in the Past by Bill Kitson is available to buy now with a limited time only discount of 30%

Buried in the Past by Bill Kitson

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