Jane Cowan has changed her job, her home, her name - but she's still afraid that Simon, her ex-husband, will continue to attack her. He may be behind bars, but she still doesn't feel safe. Could he be responsible when things start going wrong on her first day as head of a Kentish village school?
About the Author
Judith Cutler, Birmingham’s Queen of Crime, began her working life as a college lecturer. She has written nearly forty novels, with protagonists ranging from the nineteenth-century vicar-detective Tobias Campion to Chief Superintendent Fran Harman. Now Jane Cowan joins their ranks. Judith is married to fellow writer Edward Marston, whom she partners in the speaking duo ‘Murder Ancient and Modern’.