Can you follow the clues?

London_Post-Mortem_atlanticPost Mortem is a new Police Procedural by Kate London, an eight-year veteran of the London Metropolitan Police Service. The publishers are releasing tasters from the novel to those who can follow the clues and pick up the trail of breadcrumbs – here is the blurb:

A long-serving beat cop in the Met and a teenage girl fall to their deaths from a tower block in London’s East End. Left alive on the roof are a five-year-old boy and rookie police officer Lizzie Griffiths, who disappears within hours. DSI officer Sarah Collins sets out to uncover the truth around the grisly deaths.

You can read an extract from the book by clicking here.

Want more? Solve this clue to find out where the next extract of Post Mortem is hiding:

This crime-focused blog features an early glimpse of all of the thriller and police dramas on UK TV, as well as reviews of everything from The Killing to NYPD Blue.

Reckon you know where it is? Follow the trail of breadcrumbs to read all 3 exclusive extracts of Post Mortem.

A full review of the book is to follow shortly.


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9 Responses to Can you follow the clues?

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Really interesting way to link review blogs, Sergio! Clever! And the novel sounds interesting, too; I’ll be keen to find out what you think of it.

  2. tracybham says:

    I always like to try Police Procedurals. What an interesting way to publicize a novel. It is good when authors get support like that.

  3. Colin says:

    Agree with the others that this is an interesting piece of marketing/publicity – nice to see a bit of creativity and originality used.

  4. I think I’d prefer if the publishers gave it to me straight! The blurb looks promising.

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