Jane Wilson is a psychiatrist working in Leeds, Yorkshire. Jane is a keen supporter of Yorkshire cricket and visits Headingley on her day off, which is Saturday. A client by the name of Mr. Morris has told Jane that he is suffering with terrible dreams, which he is scared to talk about. He writes them down for Jane to read. Four women have gone missing in Yorkshire, and police are looking for a serial killer. Jack Western has just retired from the police force. He is also a keen supporter of Yorkshire cricket and sits with Jane at Headingley. Jane arranged for a signed cricket bat to be presented by the Yorkshire captain to Jack after his retirement, and a photograph is taken by the Yorkshire Post. A copy of this photograph now hangs on the wall in Janes office. After seeing the photograph, Mr. Morris ends his appointments with Jane, telling her that his bad dreams had now ended. Janes becomes the fifth woman to go missing. A year later, Jack Western gets a visit from Janes sister and leaves with him a collection of old photographs of the Yorkshire side. Jack spots a former police colleague on one of the photographs. At the side, Jane had wrote the name Mr. Morris. Jack could not believe it. Could the Yorkshire serial killer really be a CID policeman who had killed his friend Jane?
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About the Author
Tony Coleman lives in Yorkshire with his wife Jean. Tony has a keen interest in sport especially cricket, football and rugby. Both himself and his wife love to travel and both love gardening.