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Deadly Alibi

Geraldine is after an alibi that might make sense of the murder, but it is hard enough to make sense of her own past and family life. The ninth puzzle of the Geraldine Steel series.

Two victims and a suspect whose alibi appears open to doubt... Geraldine Steel is thrown into a double murder investigation which threatens not only her career, but her life. When her previously unknown twin Helena turns up, her problems threaten to make Geraldine's life turn toxic in more ways than one.


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'As the suspense builds, Russell offers a wickedly tantalizing clue about the identity of the killer. Readers will find this a nice addition to this solid procedural series.'

'It is an intricate, cleverly plotted police procedural with a well-drawn cast of characters. A very enjoyable read.'

'Of all the Steel books so far, this will be one that stays with me for a long time.'

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Leigh Russell

Leigh Russell is the author of internationally bestselling Geraldine Steel series: CUT SHORT, ROAD CLOSED, DEAD END, DEATH BED, STOP DEAD, FATAL ACT, KILLER PLAN, MURDER RING, DEADLY ALIBI and CLASS MURDER. The series has sold over a million copies worldwide. CUT SHORT was shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association (CWA) John Creasey New Blood Dagger Award, and Leigh has been longlisted for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award. Her books have been #1 on Amazon Kindle and iTunes with STOP DEAD and MURDER RING selected as finalists for The People's Book Prize. Leigh is chair of the CWA's Debut Dagger Award judging panel and a Royal Literary Fellow. Leigh studied at the University of Kent, gaining a Master's degree in English and American Literature. She is married with two daughters and a granddaughter, and lives in London. 


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'A gritty and down to earth read. Leigh's characters are not holier than thou, but humans with all the flaws and failings we all carry through life.'

'Curves I never saw coming.'

'Crime procedural at its best… One of those kinds of books that you don't want to finish (5 stars).'

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