Stalking Widow by John Burke

A mysterious young woman is following Andrew Merrick.

Not only this, but she is also threatening to force her way into his dreams. And he’s becoming aware.

Questions surround this woman: how is she doing this? Why is she following him? More importantly, what brings her to his wedding to Judith?

Andrew is still trying to shake off the after-effects of crippling injuries which forced him to quit his career as a detective inspector, and shadows from his past are returning to plague him.

Two old acquaintances meet hideous deaths; and after his wedding and a poisonous attack on the bride, a third disappears.

Only gradually does their link with the young woman become clear — by which time Andrew himself could be in danger…
Just who is this woman, and what does she want?

Stalking Widow is a chilling thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

John Burke was born in Sussex in 1922. He served in the Royal Air Force, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, and the Royal Marines during the war. After working for the publishers Museum Press and the Books for Pleasure Group, he was a Public Relations and Publications Executive for Shell (1959–63) and Story Editor for Twentieth Century-Fox (1963–65) before becoming a full-time writer in 1966.

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