THE BRAND NEW NOVEL. No one knows crime like Kray.
By Roberta Kray
She's been betrayed. She wants revenge.
The new gripping gangland crime novel: DECEIVED.
No one knows crime like Kray.
THE NEW GRITTY CRIME THRILLER: NO ONE KNOWS CRIME LIKE KRAY
'A cracking good read' Jessie Keane
'Well into Martina Cole territory' Independent
'Great writing, gripping story, loved it!' Mandasue Heller
SHE'S BEEN BETRAYED. SHE WANTS REVENGE.
Judith Jonson has been a widow for five years. At first she dreamt Dan would return, but with the war over she's had to accept her beloved husband is never coming home.
Then one day she sees a picture in the paper - the aftermath of a dramatic robbery in London's West End - and Judith can't believe her eyes. It's Dan, she'd stake her life on it. Or his life rather, the back-stabber.
Judith begins a hunt for the man she thought she married, and in amongst the lowlifes of the East End's gangland underworld she finds more than she bargained for. But Judith had better be careful; the rule of law doesn't apply in Kellston. She's been deceived, but she doesn't want to end up dead...
Praise for Roberta Kray:
'Action, intrigue and a character-driven plot . . . sure to please any crime fiction fans'
Through her marriage to Reggie Kray, Roberta Kray has a unique and authentic insight into London's East End. Roberta met Reggie in early 1996 and they married the following year; they were together until Reggie's death in 2000. Roberta is the author of many previous bestsellers including No Mercy, Dangerous Promises, Exposed and Survivor.
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08 Nov 2018
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A cracking good read — Jessie Keane
Well into Martina Cole territory — Independent
Great writing, gripping story, loved it! — Mandasue Heller
Action, intrigue and a character-driven plot . . . sure to please any crime fiction fans — Woman
Gripping — Daily Express
A compelling mystery — Heather Burnside
A gripping page-turner — Kerry Barnes
Roberta is an excellent writer, and this tale of a widow hunting for her errant husband in the post-war East End underworld fairly rattles along. — Choice