Paying the Ferryman
by Jane A. Adams

The murder of a family forces former policewoman Naomi Blake to face her past

Victor Griffin seemed to be one of the good guys, but that didn’t stop someone coming to his home and killing him and his wife. The last act of Vic’s life was to try and save his children: fifteen-month-old Jack, and his beloved stepdaughter, Sarah.
But why were Vic and his wife shot dead? Why is there no record of them before they came to live in Ferrymouth three years ago? The one clue to their past is a business card, wedged between the pages of an almost empty address book. A card with Naomi’s name on it.

Naomi and Alec find themselves drawn back to face events that happened when Naomi was still a serving police officer – just before the accident that blinded her – and which have now led to murder.


Paying the Ferryman by Jane A. Adams is available in the following formats

Paperback978184751532227th February 2015140 X 216mm224£12.99
Hardback978072788424429th August 2014141 X 222mm224£20.99
Ebook97817801057651st December 2014N/A224$6.99
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Jane A. Adams

Jane A. Adams is a British writer of psychological thrillers. Her first book, The Greenway, was nominated for a CWA John Creasey Award in 1995 and an Author’s Club Best First Novel Award. Adams has a degree in Sociology, was once lead vocalist in a folk rock band, and is married with two children. She lives in Leicester. Her writings are comparable to the work of Lisa Appignanesi, Frances Fyfield and P D James.

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