Lacey Flint by SJ Bolton
D.C. Lacey Flint is the protagonist in a series of gothic crime thriller novels by British author S.J. Bolton. Lacey is a young detective constable based out of London, England.

S.J. Bolton began her Lacey Flint series in 2011 with the novel Now You See Me. The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of S.J. Bolton’s Lacey Flint books in order of when they were originally released (as well as in chronological order):

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Publication Order of Lacey Flint Books

Now You See Me(2011)Description / Buy at
Dead Scared(2012)Description / Buy at
Like This, For Ever / Lost(2013)Description / Buy at
A Dark and Twisted Tide(2014)Description / Buy at
If Snow Hadn't Fallen(2014)Description / Buy at
Here Be Dragons(2016)Description / Buy at
The Dark(2022)Description / Buy at

Note: Like This, For Ever is also known as Lost.

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Lacey Flint Synopsis: Now You See Me is the first novel in S.J. Bolton’s series starring D.C. Lacey Flint, a young woman sleuth character working as a detective constable in London. After a late night interviewing a witness, Lacey Flint comes upon a woman’s body who had been murdered just moments earlier. Then, she soon receives a letter that connects the dot between this murder and Jack the Ripper’s first kill, and the letter refers to Lacey by name. If this is real, there is only five days before the killer will strike again. But as more details of the case come out, aspects of it start to remind Lacey about her own personal history – which she’d prefer to keep secret. This means that she may have to catch the killer herself.

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2 Responses to “Order of Lacey Flint Books”

  1. M: 11 years ago

    I’d say that the short story If snow hadn’t fallen is rather after book 1 & the Jack the Ripper events than has anything to do with Dead Scared.


    • M: 11 years ago

      Or even less anything connected to Like this, Forever (Lost)


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