Rogue Killer

A DI Geraldine Steel Thriller Book: The new case in the million copy selling series

A man is killed in apparently random attack, and suspicion falls on a gang of muggers. But Detective Sergeant Geraldine Steel thinks this is the work of a more deliberate murderer.

Two more victims are discovered, after further seemingly indiscriminate attacks. The muggers are tracked down, with tragic consequences. Could the killer still be at large? When Geraldine finally manages to track down a witness, she finds her own life is in danger...


»This is a fast-paced police procedural with a killer who leads the police on a merry chase.«
Cheryl M-M’s Book Blog

»This is a thriller book, unputdownable and dark that I am sure that you will love«

»Gritty thriller.«
A Crime Reader's Blog

»A fast-paced thriller that proves that the British crime fiction is alive and well, up to the minute and thoroughly exciting.«
New Books Magazine

»A wonderfully crafted police procedural. It is full of everything I love about the genre: twisted suspects, red herrings and a great sense of danger.«
Portable Magic

»Full of tension, misdirection and blend of drama and humour, it will play with your emotions too… it’s just a bloody good story.«
Jen Med's Book Reviews

Original Language

English, No Exit

Available Material

English pdf


on behalf of No Exit Press
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Leigh Russell

Leigh Russell is the author of internationally bestselling Geraldine Steel series: CUT SHORT, ROAD CLOSED, DEAD END, DEATH BED, STOP DEAD, FATAL ACT, KILLER PLAN, MURDER RING, DEADLY ALIBI and CLASS MURDER. The series has sold over a million copies worldwide. CUT SHORT was shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association (CWA) John Creasey New Blood Dagger Award, and Leigh has been longlisted for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award. Her books have been #1 on Amazon Kindle and iTunes with STOP DEAD and MURDER RING selected as finalists for The People's Book Prize. Leigh is chair of the CWA's Debut Dagger Award judging panel and a Royal Literary Fellow. Leigh studied at the University of Kent, gaining a Master's degree in English and American Literature. She is married with two daughters and a granddaughter, and lives in London.