Today it's the launch of Red Ribbons, the debut novel of the very lovely Louise Phillips.
As a fan of crime fiction, I read the synopsis, and realised I simply have to read this book. As a result, I will copy the information below so you can read it too:
THE SERIAL KILLER
A missing schoolgirl is found buried in the Dublin Mountains, hand clasped together in prayer, two red ribbons in her hair.
Twenty-four hours later, a second schoolgirl is found in a shallow grave – her body identically arranged. A hunt for the killer is on.
THE CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGIST
The police call in profiler Dr Kate Pearson to get inside the mind of the murderer before he strikes again. But the more Kate discovers about the killings, the more it all feels terrifyingly familiar.
THE ACCUSED WOMAN
As the pressure to find the killer intensifies, there’s one vital connection to be made – Ellie Brady, a woman institutionalised fifteen years earlier for the murder of her daughter Amy. She stopped talking when everyone stopped listening.
What connects the death of Amy Brady to the murdered schoolgirls? As Kate Pearson begins to unravel the truth, danger is closer than she know...
The bad man is everywhere. Can you see him?
The book trailer is here:
Find out more about Louise and her blog tour at her website here.
For Amazon links, please click here.