Fiction

G D Sanders

Agent: Jo Bell

G D Sanders worked as a lab assistant in the research laboratory of a paper manufacturer. After gaining a BSc in Botany and Zoology, a second BSc in Psychology, a PhD, and conducting post-doctoral research on octopuses in Naples, he became a Professor of Psychology. Geoff is now retired and enjoys writing contemporary crime fiction, as it allows much more creativity than writing scientific research articles.

The Taken Girls is G D Sanders’ debut novel, published by Avon in ebook 13th December 2018, and in paperback February 2019. G D Saunders’ second novel The Victim published in ebook on 13th June 2019 and in paperback on the 22nd August continues DI Edina Ogborne’s investigations in the city of Canterbury.

When a young woman is found dead in her own bedroom, the Canterbury police are baffled. There’s no sign of a break in, and no evidence. It’s as though the killer has vanished overnight. DI Edina Ogborne is determined to uncover the truth, and when a brutal new case comes to light, she’s convinced the two incidents are connected. But the new victim, Gina, has her own ideas of how to bring her attacker to justice.

Reviews for The Victim:

‘Fast-paced, twisty, original and hugely entertaining.’ J. P. Carter, author of In Safe Hands.

‘Another gripping read from a strong new voice in police procedurals.’ Claire Allan, author of Her Name Was Rose.

‘Bloody Brilliant!… a simply superb addition to the series. It’s tense, dark and highly twisty! Its everything I look for in a good thriller… a complex, twisted yet intriguing plot.’ Reader review

‘Kept me racing through the pages… the surprises kept coming as the investigation intensifies… looking forward to another in this series and want to go back and read THE TAKEN GIRLS as well.’ Reader review

‘I loved it! Well written, good pace, strong characters, I felt tense and scared like I was in the story!’ Reader review

‘Perfect psychological thriller! It moved at a fast pace with twists and turns throughout! I couldn’t put it down! ‘ Reader review