- File Size: 6099 KB
- Print Length: 338 pages
- Publisher: Crater of the North Publishing (July 20, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0125QNCCY
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I really enjoyed this book. Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend is not your ordinary police officer. She is in the United States to assist the FBI with the investigation into the death of a British diplomat. It turns out that his death is part of other deaths related to a serial killer. Alicia sends to England for her supervisor, D.I. Donald Murphy (although she is clearly the leader of the two). The dialog and humor between these two characters makes you aware that they are good friends as well as colleagues. D.S. Friend insists that even though others will at first find her irritating (part of what she says is the 5 steps to others realizing that they like her and want to be around her - lol), she is extremely good at what she does. Although the book can be read as a standalone title, I think I should have enjoyed it even more had I read “His First His Second,” the first book in the series. I think the first book would have explained various parts of the story that I had to guess at. And with that said, I plan to purchase the first book to see what I missed. (by paytonpuppy)
I went back and forth on rating this one. I enjoyed the story, the characters, and the author's writing style. But I was mentally exhausted with all the twists and reveals. After awhile, I simple wanted the book to be over-- luckily, I was already at the 90 percent point, so in truth, the end wasn't dragged out as much as it could have been. Most of the time, I found Alicia's internal dialogue annoying, which I believe was the author's intent. Alicia's need to translate items from UK English to American felt as if the author was dummying-down to his/her suspected reading audience- many readers could have figured out most of the slang, especially in context. Unfortunately, the author's intent doesn't make Alicia any easier for me to read, especially as I enjoy dialogue-driven stories. There were also some things I found irrelevant to the plot, but as this is a series, maybe the writer has plans to expand on some loose threads. A good read and worth the reader's time, but be prepared to grit your teeth through some of Alicia's craziness... it will be worth it to get to the meat of an excellent plot.