Prey to All
How can you prove a convicted killer is innocent when everyone hates her?
In the third novel featuring London barrister Trish Maguire, Deb is serving a life sentence for the murder of her father. At first Trish is sure Deb didn't do it, but the more she learns about the family's secrets and the jealousies that boiled beneath the surface of their lives, the more troubled she becomes. Then another of Deb's supporters is murdered.
With pressure mounting, and with her own father at death's door in hospital, Trish finds her personal and professional lives crashing together with explosive force.
Convincing and hard-hitting, [Cooper's novels] explore how ordinary people get caught up in appalling events
Prey to All combines Cooper's own experience with ingenious imagination and makes an absorbing, gripping and eerie read
I'm delighted that Trish Maguire will be available to readers again, I'm a great fan. Natasha Cooper is a compelling crime-writer; her stories always start with an intriguing premise and lead us through to a satisfying conclusion. But she's more than an assured story-teller. Cooper is fascinated by the nature of evil and each story is a contemporary fable, exploring the roots and the consequences of violence.