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The Girl in The Ice – Robert Bryndza (Erika Foster Book 1)

Her eyes are wide open. Her lips parted as if to speak. Her dead body frozen in the ice…She is not the only one.
When a young boy discovers the body of a woman beneath a thick sheet of ice in a South London park, Detective Erika Foster is called in to lead the murder investigation.

The victim, a beautiful young socialite, appeared to have the perfect life. Yet when Erika begins to dig deeper, she starts to connect the dots between the murder and the killings of three prostitutes, all found strangled, hands bound and dumped in water around London.

What dark secrets is the girl in the ice hiding?

As Erika inches closer to uncovering the truth, the killer is closing in on Erika.

The last investigation Erika led went badly wrong… resulting in the death of her husband. With her career hanging by a thread, Erika must now battle her own personal demons as well as a killer more deadly than any she’s faced before. But will she get to him before he strikes again?

My Review: This is the debut in a new police procedural series starring DCI Erika Foster. A thoroughly enjoyable thriller with a fast paced and gripping storyline. DCI Erika Foster is a fabulous character, a gutsy strong female with balls! Looking forward to reading the sequel The Night Stalker next thanks to Netgalley and the publishers

About The Author: Robert Bryndza is the author of the international #1 bestseller The Girl in the Ice. The Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller is the first book in the Detective Erika Foster series.   The Night Stalker, and Dark Water are the second and third books in the series, and the fourth book, Last Breath, has just been published.  Robert’s books have sold over 1.7 million copies, and have been translated into 26 languages.  In addition to writing crime fiction, Robert has published a bestselling series of romantic comedy novels. He is British and lives in Slovakia.

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