- Author: Kim Knight
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The Red Light GirlsUnsolved Mysteries Series
Also by Kim Knight
1. Damsel In Distress
2. One Woman Down
3. The Hand of Fate
4. Dig Deep
5. Make The Link
6. Peeping Tom
7. The Bachelor
8. Puzzle Pieces
9. The Coroner’s Office
10. Needle in a Haystack
11. Last Sighting
13. A New Friend
16. Out of the Woodwork
17. Dead End
18. You’ve Got Mail
19. The Ancestral Realm
20. Date Night
21. Do the Math
22. Amsterdam Centraal
23. Stuck Between the Two
24. A Word of Warning
25. Sleepless Night
26. The Pieces Fall
27. Odd Places
28. Hot Seat
29. Bite Sized Pieces
30. Return to Sender…
31. Honey Trap
32. In the Clear?
33. Curiosity, Almost Killed the Cat
35. Forever Friends
36. The Red Light Girls
Sneak Peek of ’Til Death Do Us Part
1. The Confession
2. Unanswered Questions
3. Run Away Wife?
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Unsolved Mysteries Series
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Amsterdam’s a fun and exciting city set on edge.
When women linked to the Red Light District turn up dead in the Amsterdamse Bos woodland area or missing, not many take notice.
Madeline Sloane, a ballsy journalist for London’s tabloid papers, is bored with her job and surroundings. She finds herself in Amsterdam, working for De Telegraaf newspaper. Her new job becomes her obsession. A deep-seated determination drives her to close-in on the person responsible for the fates of the Red Light Girls. She reports on the city’s events, appeals for information, and forms a plan of action—one born of her intuition that guides her to a suspect.
One person stands in her way of finding Amsterdam’s serial killer, and not everything is as it seems in Madeline’s world.
The Red Light Girls is a novella-length, fast-moving story with a touch of mystery, Madeline Sloane is a head-strong female on a mission to cover areas the local police have failed, and the more she digs, the closer she comes to solving an unsolved mystery.
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THE RED LIGHT GIRLS
UNSOLVED MYSTERIES SERIES
Cover Design by Wren Taylor
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When I wrote this, I thought a lot about the families of people who are reported as missing persons and how hard it must be to come to terms with, and the why, when, where, and how. May your closure and peace of mind come.
Also, a shout out to all the ‘working girls’ around Amsterdam’s district. I love that city. For the record, you all looked fantastic in the windows as I walked by! Thanks for the inspiration, but may none of you meet the fate my characters do. —Kim Knight
Damsel In Distress
One Afternoon, in Ansterdam…
“Shit, I can't believe this.” Madeline pounded the steering wheel with her fist, then rolled her eyes.
Her car came to a standstill on a deserted road.
“Arggh, I really don't need this today,” she whined.
She narrowed her eyes to try to see through the heavy sheet of rain, pounding against the windows. Her view was blurred.
The open woodland and trees were all she could see. This was not good news. She closed her lids, then rested her head back on the headrest, to block out the nightmare she had just entered.
“Could this day get any worse,” she asked herself. “I should’ve stayed put in London. This move better be worth it.”
Come on, get it together.
Madeline leaned over to the passenger seat, reached into her bag, and fished out her mobile phone. With hesitation, she stepped out of the car and slammed the door. To shield herself from the rain, she pulled her thin jacket around her.
The bullets of rain drummed against her with a heavy thud.
“Argh,” she cried out. “Give me a break, will you? I’ve just had my hair done!”
With a shaky hand, she pushed away a few loose strands plastered to her face. As she rubbed her eyes to free them from the rain, her mascara smudged in the process. When she attempted to unlock her phone, she noticed the make-up stains had transferred to her fingers.
“Jesus. Great, just great,” she muttered.
The only sound she heard was the rain beating against the body of her car, and the wind as it rustled in and out of the trees. There was not a soul in sight.
After three months, life was no easier for her. And her decision to up and leave London was not an easy one but a necessity. Her job as a journalist in the UK’s capital no longer excited her. She had accepted a sabbatical placement with the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, as a last resort to revive her love for the profession.
Her employer back home, The Sun newspaper, offered a number of placements to exchange with international papers around the world. At the time, it sounded ideal to her. However which