Blog Tour

#You Too

Author – Candy Denham.

Candy Denman is a Crime and TV script writer of programmes such as The Bill, Heartbeat and Doctors. Author of the Dr Jocasta Hughes crime series set in Hastings.

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Candy Denham
Social Media Links –

Twitter: @CrimeCandy

Publisher – Crime Scene Books

Pages – 360

The Blurb –

A partner in a successful law firm in the seaside town of Hastings dies when his penchant for erotic auto-asphyxiation apparently goes too far. The head of the Crown Prosecution Service in E Sussex is photographed drunk and undressed at a well-known dogging location. A corporate lawyer in a city finance company is found drugged and drowned in his employer s swimming pool. What is the connection between these bizarre incidents and have they been deliberately set up?

Dr Jo Hughes is convinced that there is a connection, even if the police do not agree. As she searches for the reason behind the deaths and attacks, she begins to realise that there will be more, and that Detective Inspector Steve Miller may well be the next victim.

Today is my stop on the #You Too blog tour.  Many thanks to Anne Cater for the chance to read and review.

My thoughts – This is the third book in the author’s Jocasta Hughes series.  Jocasta Hughes works as a GP in a thriving practice but she splits her time working as a forensic officer assisting the police with their cases.

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This book concentrates on high profile legal professionals that are found dead or drunk in comprising situations.  Jo Hughes believes there is a link but the police aren’t so sure.

The theme of the book revolves around the recent #MeToo movement of the last few years.  A good and well researched book, the highlights the concerns of the campaign.

Purchase Links –

Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1912563142

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