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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The police begin their investigation, and all seems like its headed in the same direction as most in this genre, then all of a sudden it does a 180. Whoah, that threw me, having the POV shift right out of the story, to be told by the first time author. And that's when I realised I wasn't reading a run of the mill crime novel. The plot twists are original the story weaves and entwined with shifting point of views, all culminating in one helluva climax. Mr Robbins has certainly created something unique here. And I for one thought it was brilliant.
I won't say what the twist is, don't believe in spoilers. I did find it a little confusing until I got used to the way the story was written. I stuck with it and was glad I did.
Alfie Robins creates characters that seem real. Ordinary people who come in and out of our lives. Everyone is down to earth and believable. The hard pressed copper, the put upon villain. I almost felt sorry for the baddie. Almost. And I certainly felt sorry for the copper who had more than the usual problems to content with!
This book might seem strange to people who do not come from England just as a story from Miami Vice seems unreal to Brits. But give the story a chance.
Well done, Alfie, look forward to the next.
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