Kerry Hood

Kerry Hood has worked in publishing for many years and lived in London for just as many, but suspects her heart is in the country.


Books reviewed by Kerry Hood

The Moon Tunnel

A body is found in one of the escape tunnels dug by POWs held in a World War Two camp in Cambridgeshire’s fenlands. Journalist Philip Dryden is drawn inescapably to the case when it is revealed that the man discovered in the collapsed tunnel is on the way into, not out of, the compound.

Reviewed on 25 September 2021 by Kerry Hood

Right To Kill

DS Joe Romano is back in Leeds after an unsuccessful sojurn in France for Interpol. Now working in Missing Persons, and feeling dulled by life, he is given a case that will test his humanity as well as his detective powers – and his heart.

Reviewed on 21 August 2021 by Kerry Hood

The Trawlerman

DS Alex Cupidi is on gardening leave, suffering from PTSD and panic attacks, an unwilling attendee at therapy sessions. When a couple are killed in a seemingly random and meaningless attack, the tangled case might just be a step too far for all those involved. 

Reviewed on 24 July 2021 by Kerry Hood

Cages

A single mother on the run, escaping her traumatic past with her son, has found a place as a guard in one of Britain’s northern prisons, where she seems settled at last. But all this is turned on its head by a highly intelligent villain with escape on his mind.

Reviewed on 25 June 2021 by Kerry Hood