Pools of human blood are appearing, but no matching bodies to go with them. Oddball and the team are tasked with finding out what’s going on. But before being sent out on their mission, they are told something about themselves that they find difficult to believe. Their investigation takes them to the Norfolk Broads where Oddball and Sandi discover that their feelings for each other are growing.
Meanwhile, back at home base, Harry Lewis – real name Harriet – enjoys Saxon’s company. Harry has the social skills of an angry porcupine and her personal space is normally defended with alarms, barbed wire and motion sensors, but she always drops her guard when she meets up with Saxon.
But Harry Lewis is as sharp as a winter’s morning when it comes to breaking through firewalls and uncovering secrets. Her computer skills lead her to suspect that a shadowy psychopathic killer known only as The Vicar is ultimately responsible for the disappearing bodies. Harry and The Vicar have met before and are destined to meet again before the killings stop.
In a story of mayhem and murder, typical of the Oddball Odyssey, the incredible becomes the norm as the characters are drawn into a hunt that can only end one way. Or is there an alternative ending that could never have been foreseen?
A Little Bit Odder is written for an mature audience. It contains a smattering of street language, depictions of violence, and sexual scenarios.
The Kindle version of this book is available from https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08RB6WN3Q/
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