My review -
David Booker returns from working abroad to help his uncle pack a big order from his bookshop. His uncle and aunt aren't at home when he gets there. The story starts with a great sense of wrongness and unease and gets worse. Booker meets Detective Jo Cash and the two follow clues. This looks like being a great partnership.
Oliver Tidy has created some memorable characters here, and an immense feeling of mounting tension. Because of one young man’s rashness there were potentially several deaths. It was brilliantly done. I enjoyed this very much and there's a promise here of a great series.