Crying Out Loud by Cath Staincliffe
(Sal Kilkenny Mysteries)

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A Sal Kilkenny Mystery - An abandoned infant on her doorstep is the last thing Manchester private eye Sal Kilkenny needs. Sal's client Libby Hill is trying to put her life back together after the brutal killing of her lover and the conviction of petty criminal Damien Beswick, who confessed to the murder. But now Beswick has retracted his confession - exactly what game is he playing? As Sal investigates, things get up close and personal, and there are further bombshells to come, which threaten everything Sal holds dear.

About Cath Staincliffe

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Raised in Bradford, Cath Staincliffe graduated with a degree in Drama and Theatre Arts from Birmingham University. She moved to Manchester where she lives today, which provides a background for her stories. Her debut novel, "Looking For Trouble," was short-listed for the Crime Writers' Association's John Creasey Award for best first crime novel and her work has also been serialised on Woman's Hour. She lives with her partner and their three children.
Published June 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 176 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Manchester private eye Sal Kilkenny, a single mother living with her young daughter and Ray, a roommate-turned-lover, and his young son, isn’t at all sure she wants to take on the job of proving that Damien, who confessed to murdering Charles Carter, is really innocent.

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