Tuesday 13 June 2017

The Shame of Innocence by Nikki Copleston

The Shame of Innocence

has been AWARDED


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award


PB Special Award

Stage-struck teenager Emma Sherman is found dead on a Wiltshire golf course – no witnesses, no suspects. Detective Inspector Jeff Lincoln gets little help from Emma’s neurotic mother, but he’s sure she knows something. When explicit photos of Emma are found hidden in an abandoned summer house, Lincoln’s sure they hold clues to her murder. But who was the photographer, and why doesn’t Lincoln’s boss want him to find out?

Days later another teenage girl is brutally murdered and her body is dumped in a country lane. The disappearance of a third teenage girl makes Lincoln realise he’s facing a more dangerous enemy than he first imagined.

The Shame of Innocence was read and evaluated by Chill's readers against a five point criteria

1.       Were the characters strong and engaging?
2.       Was the book well written?
3.       Did the plot have you turning the page to find out what happened next?
4.       Was the ending satisfying?
5.       Would you tell your friends?

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