Turn to Dust

Turn to Dust

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When the body of a naked man is found in the middle of a barren field, Detective Kay Hunter realises the investigation will test her skills to the limit.

With only one clue to the victim’s identity, her inquiries lead her to local charities for war veterans and the homeless – both of which are underfunded and overwhelmed.

Discovering that someone is offering money in return for information about the dead man and anyone connected to him, Kay realises that there is a disturbing and dark side to the victim’s past.

When a key witness disappears from a local temporary shelter, she fears the worst.

Can Kay and her team of detectives find out who is behind the man’s murder before another vulnerable person is targeted?

Title:Turn to Dust
Edition Language:English
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    Turn to Dust Reviews

  • Phrynne

    This is such an enjoyable series and I am really glad I still have a few more left to read before I catch up with the latest offering.Turn to Dust opens with a very mysterious death - a naked man, lyi...

  • Brenda

    When Detective Kay Hunter was directed to a muddy field outside Kent, she didn’t expect the case that followed to be so deeply consuming, so frustratingly sad. The body of the naked man with horrifi...

  • Kathy

    I came in at book 9 of the series and am not inclined to read more of these. This one starts with a farmer discovering the naked body of a man in one of his fields and it is a rather sizable team unde...

  • Mandy White (mandylovestoread)

    I do love Kay Hunter! Whenever there is a new Rachel Amphlett book out I am always desperate to read it. I listened to this one on audible and devoured it in 2 days driving to to and from work. The Ka...

  • Yvonne (Fiction Books)

    “The ‘murder’ of crows should have alerted him.”OK! So first off, I need to get the apologies to author Rachel Amphlett, consigned to paper and off my conscience. I have been an avid follower ...

  • Joann

    I normally love mystery books and this was one of my favorites. I think I might be done with mysteries for awhile as I'm just not enjoying them as much as I used to. While this was an interesting plot...

  • Sarah

    Having only read the first couple of books in the Detective Kay Hunter series, having now read this one, the 9th book, I am quite annoyed with myself for not having read the others. This was a huge re...

  • Grace J Reviewerlady

    This is a fantastic series which I've enjoyed so much and I can hardly believe that this is book nine - and yet, I feel as if I know Kay Hunter and her team so well!When the body of a man is discovere...

  • Yvonne (It's All About Books)

    Finished reading: June 6th 2020 "Life went on, and so did the need for justice." *** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! ***(view spoiler...

  • Diane

    Human slavery is just plain evil to begin with! Great story line, well written, and captivating (at least to me). #9 in the series, I do so hope there is a #10.4.5 stars and 2 thumbs up!From the blurb...