Found Drowned: another test of her limits for May Keaps

Found Drowned published by Bloodhound Books February 2018.

The Last Post

In 1918 May Keaps was driving an ambulance on the WWI Front.

Foul Trade

In 1920 May held her own investigating unnatural deaths and unlawful killings for the Poplar Coroner.

Found Drowned

Now respected in her role as Coroner’s Officer, May is tasked with resolving the death of a boy found in the Thames. It leads her into places she would rather not go.


As well as the May Keaps series, you may also be interested in the Rhythms in Crime Dance Quartet or Walls of Silence


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