A Boneless Kiss
Drama, Psychological, Mystery, Fiction
December 11, 2020
A young woman is sexualy assault in a police social club. An event covered up by here police Inspector father.
An Oxford journalist discovers that a former lover of his, has gone missing. Helen Mably is a high-flying academic with a brilliant mind and a deeply disturbed past, sexually assaulted by three policemen in a Police Social Club. The whole incident was covered up by her Police Inspector father
Ex-Police Inspector David Mably gives Stuart the first thirty pages of a journal that Helen intends to publish. Helen mailed it to her father a few months before she disappeared. It hints at the assault and claims that she still expects to name those involved. The Police Inspector insists he covered the whole affair up to protect his then seventeen-year-old daughter from sharp barristers and intrusive newspapermen. It was her word against three policemen, he felt that she never had a chance. Stuart searches for Helen in a bid to find out if this was the case, or whether her claim that the Inspector’s motives were simply to uphold the good name of his beloved police force.
A dark, psychological tale of a disturbed woman. One that wants justice and revenge. Instead she finds nothing but betrayal and treachery.
Reviews Of The Book On BooksShelf
A Boneless Kiss is a good book with enough twists to keep you guessing. The plot itself is interesting and the characters are well developed.
A story about bad luck, wrong choices, betrayal, revenge, the fight for justice, and the hardships in life.
The main heroine is a woman with a difficult past searching for justice. She has to go against the police and her own father, a police inspector, in order to find peace.
The plot is very well developed. The characters are compelling.