Book review: Dead and Buried by Anne Cassidy
Dead and Buried is the fourth and final instalment of Anne Cassidy’s The Murder Notebooks series Killing Rachel.
It’s been five years since Rose’s mother Kathy went missing and, after recent events, all Rose wants to do is to get on with her life. Which means taking a break from her complicated stepbrother Joshua.
Then police officer Henry Thompson comes calling with bad news, a body has been found buried in the garden of Rose’s old house. A body that has lain undiscovered for five years, the body of a teenage girl.
With Kathy and Brendan implicated in her death, Rose and Joshua have one last chance to clear their parents’ name. But if they fail, the consequences will be deadly.
Dead and Buried by Anne Cassidy, £6.99, published on March 6th by www.bloomsbury.com