Friday, 5 February 2016

Risk Assessment: Murder by Karen D Parnell

Release Date: 31st July 2016
Publisher: Austin MacAuley

When new employee Dominic fails to show up at a Health and Safety induction session, training officer Regan proceeds without him. A scream from the warehouse brings everyone running, and she discovers that her missing trainee has been found impaled by a forklift truck, and the driver is nowhere to be seen. Then the same day she comes across a box containing illicit drugs, leading her to suspect a connection to the mysterious death.

In an unusual twist, Regan plots with her friend Noggin and Dominic's pregnant widow to secure their futures by stealing the drugs from under the criminal gang's noses and sell to a rival organisation.
This questionable morality is highlighted even more by the petty dishonesty and moral standards portrayed in the story, giving us a moral dilemma that leads us constantly to ask: who's right and who's wrong? This gripping story keeps you wondering right to the end.
About The Author
Karen Parnell trained in health and safety and wanted to make the much maligned subject as interesting as in this book. This certainly isn't a health and safety manual! Karen has a love of cats (she has three) and theatre as well as an interest in politics and local government. She lives in Stratford-Upon-Avon.    

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