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The Other Woman

(After He's Gone)
(The first book in the DC Beth Chamberlain series)
A novel by

The grieving widow. The other woman. Which one is which?
When Cameron Swift is shot and killed outside his family home, DC Beth Chamberlain is appointed Family Liaison Officer. Her role is to support the family – and investigate them.

Monika, Cameron's partner and mother of two sons, had to be prised off his lifeless body after she discovered him. She has no idea why anyone would target Cameron.

Beth can understand Monika's confusion. To everyone in their affluent community, Monika and her family seemed just like any other. But then Beth gets a call.

Sara is on holiday with her daughters when she sees the news. She calls the police in the UK, outraged that no one has contacted her to let her know or offer support. After all, she and Cameron had been together for the last seven years.

Until Cameron died, Monika and Sara had no idea each other existed.

As the case unfolds, Beth discovers that nothing is quite as it appears and everyone, it seems, has secrets. Especially the dead...

Previously published as
After He's Gone, The Other Woman is the first book featuring DC Beth Chamberlain.
Praise for Jane Isaac:
'Gripping subjects, brilliantly drawn characters and a twisty turny journey from beginning to end. A tense, thrilling read and definitely 5 humongous stars from me'
Angela Marsons on Hush Little Baby.

'Jane Isaac knows how to tell a good yarn. Expertly plotted and true to life'
Mel Sherratt on For Better, For Worse.

'Isaac does a superb job of escalating the tension and dread'
Publishers Weekly.

'Move over La Plante...' Susan May,
Suspense Magazine.

'Tense, dark and gritty: perfect combination' Ian Patrick, author of

'Crime writing at its best' David Evans, CWA Debut Dagger-shortlisted author of

'Jane Isaac just gets better with every book. Deeply unsettling and unputdownable' Rebecca Bradley, bestselling author of the DI Hannah Robbins series.

'Jane Isaac writes unmissable quality crime fiction' Michael Wood, author of
For Reasons Unknown.

'Gripped from the very first page... and just when you think it's over, it's really only the beginning' June Taylor, author of
Losing Juliet.

'Brilliantly and intricately plotted, Jane Isaac has produced a terrific page-turner' Lizzie Sirett,
Mystery People.

Genre: Mystery

Praise for this book

"A refreshing female protagonist with guts and a heart...I was gripped." - Ruth Dugdall

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