The DCI Ryan Mystery 5 Books Collection Set by LJ Ross High
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Delve into the thrilling world of detective DCI Ryan with this 5-book collection by LJ Ross. Join him on gripping murder investigations that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Dive into a world of suspense, secrets, and suspenseful mysteries.
Detective Chief Inspector Ryan’s worst nightmare has just become a reality. Notorious serial killer The Hacker has escaped prison and kidnapped one of his best detectives from her own home. His brutality is the stuff of legend – Ryan lost his sister and nearly his own life bringing the man to justice first time around. Can Ryan do it again to save his friend?
He'll make you his angel, but first you have to die... After a turbulent time, DCI Ryan's life is finally returning to normal and he's looking forward to spending an uneventful Easter bank holiday weekend with his fiance. Then, on Good Friday morning he is called out to a crime scene at one of the largest cemeteries in Newcastle.
The hunter becomes the hunted... When a man is found dead at the remote church of Heavenfield, DCI Ryan is the only other person for miles around. The police have no weapon, no motive and no other suspects.
The past never stays buried for long... Detective Chief Inspector Ryan believes he has put his turbulent history behind him. Then, in the early hours of the summer solstice, the skeleton of a young woman is found inside the Roman Wall at Sycamore Gap.
Evening Chronicle Detective Chief Inspector Ryan retreats to Holy Island seeking sanctuary when he is forced to take sabbatical leave from his duties as a homicide detective. A few days before Christmas, his peace is shattered and he is thrust back into the murky world of murder when a young woman is found dead amongst the ancient ruins of the nearby Priory. When former local girl Dr Anna Taylor arrives back on the island as a police consultant, old memories swim to the surface making her confront her difficult past.