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New Release set in Canary Islands – Sing Like a Canary

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I’m thrilled to announce the release of Sing Like a Canary (Canary Islands Mysteries Book 5)

This book is very special as it is loosely based on experiences my mum had during her time in a police crime squad that nailed a notorious London gang in the 1970s.

Here’s the blurb:

Retired police officer Marjorie Pierce is on her way to Lanzarote to track down her old informer, Billy McKenzie. Billy ended Marjorie’s career, and she needs an explanation; an apology.

Present and past soon collide when gangsters Eric and Mick Maloney turn up on the island with revenge in their veins, and Marjorie has to race against the clock to get to Billy before the brothers.

But who is complicit and who can be trusted… and who really betrayed Marjorie all those years ago?

A multi-layered mystery packed with suspense, Sing Like A Canary is the fifth book in Isobel Blackthorn’s Canary Islands Mysteries Series, and can be enjoyed as a standalone even if you haven’t read other books in the series.

Here’s a taste:

You can find details of the other books in this award-winning series here https://isobelblackthorn.com/canary-islands-novels/

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