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Most people who get promoted at work are pleased but for Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel it comes with the knowledge she is replacing her mentor who was stabbed in a bar fight.

She barely has time to start doubting her abilities though before a body is found in a locked house with seemingly no way in or out.

DS Daniel not only has to prepare for a court date against the scourge of the force, barrister Peter Hunt, she also has to hold off a journalist who seems to know more than she does about her case.

With a car that even junior officers joke about, an investigation with no leads and a best mate whose love life is finally settling down, the detective thinks she has enough on her plate and that's before a second body turns up in identical circumstances to the first.

How can a murderer get to victims in seemingly impossible situations and what, if anything, links the bodies?

This is Book One in the Jessica Daniel series of detective novels.

Locked In (thriller)
Kerry Wilkinson (Author)
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Reviews from Amazon:

I had such fun reading this book, and I loved the main character. Only niggle for me was that the other policemen were DI.. and DCI... or whatever, and I got confused with who was who, but that is probably my own fault, I'm just not good with last names. Also I guessed who it was quite early on, and would have preferred it if there was a few other people that were suspects. And the how he did it was also pretty obvious from early on, and I was surprised that the police hadn't considered that from the outset. I didn't notice any grammar errors, but then I tend to read quick as I get into the story, rather than picking on the language. Have already bought the second one!
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