Roberta Kray's first novel was published to universal acclaim: 'You might expect a crime novel written by the widow of Reggie Kray would be tough...it is. Recommend this to fans of Ian Rankin and Ken Bruen' ("Booklist").In this third novel, there's more from the dangerous and unpredictable underworld she knows so well.Private eye Harry Lind doesn't believe in ghosts. Little Grace Harper went missing over twenty years ago, and missing girls can't just reappear - or can they? It takes a brutal murder to make him think again.Reporter Jess Vaughan is convinced that Grace is still alive but she's going to need some help to prove it. As she and Harry begin to unravel an age-old web of deceit and betrayal their discoveries soon put them on a collision course with one of London's most notorious gangsters. The search for the truth is about to lead them into a world where people will kill to preserve their secrets.
Roberta Kray was born in Southport in 1959. She worked in publishing and media research in London for fifteen years. In early 1996 she met Reg Kray and they married the following year. Her previous two novels, The Debt and The Pact have achieved terrific success. Roberta currently lives in Norfolk.