About The Book
When the seventh Earl of Lowesdale is found hanging from the rafters at Wasdale Hall, everyone assumes the aging, hard-partying aristocrat had finally had enough of chasing the glory of his youth. But when the coroner finds signs of foul play, DI Kelly Porter is swept into a luxurious world where secrets and lies dominate.
At the same time, two young hikers go missing and it’s up to Kelly to lead the search. But digging deeper reveals ties to two other unsolved disappearances and Kelly and her team find themselves in a race against time.
Now, as all roads of both investigations and Kelly’s own family secrets lead to Wasdale Hall it becomes more important than ever for Kelly to discover the devious truths hidden behind the walls of the Lake District’s most exclusive estate…
Deep End will make you enter to a web of family lies, secrets and murder that will keep you guessing till the last page, a quite interesting read if you ask me!
DI Kelly Porter will become involved in two cases that without noticing it they will be colliding into one, but what could have in common the disappearance of two girls and a supposed suicide of an aristocrat? Of course, you’ll have to read the book to discover more about it.
This had been an atmospheric story based on the Lake District, thanks to the author you would feel transported there and being surrounded by police and possible killers. The police will have to discover the truth before more people appear dead.
The story is not only based on the mystery, but police procedure and the personal life of DI Kelly Porter, a brave police, good friend and family lover; but in this book she will have to face multiple fronts on her personal life and it will not be easy…
This is the third book of the DI Kelly Porter series, and sadly this is the first book I’ve read of them, but let me say that I liked so much that I’ll start the series from the beginning!
Be prepared for a fast-paced story, full of twists and mystery but with a human touch that makes the book real and addictive. Ready to enter the Dead End?
About The Author
She studied History at the University of Lancaster and gained her Post graduate Certificate of Education at the Institute of Education, London.
She then worked as a History Teacher in London before marrying an Army Officer in 2001. ‘The Dependants’ was her first novel. Rachel spent twelve years as an Officer’s wife and moved her family ten times in that period. ‘The Dependants’ charts three fictional Army wives and how they cope when their husbands deploy to Afghanistan for seven months.
She is now represented by Peter Buckman, the Ampersand Agency and published by Canelo. Dark Game is the first book in her DI Kelly Porter series.
She lives near London with her husband and two children. Her husband left the Army in 2013 and they are now concentrating on being civilians. Canelo signed the first three books in the DI Kelly Porter series and Rachel is currently writing the fourth.