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I am an avid detective novel reader especially British Isles. After reading this book I have followed every book in the series
without ever being bored. I just love the twists and turns and various charcters Faith Martin presents. I just can't see how anyone can write such
interesting books time after time.
I cannot say enough about much I enjoyed this first novel in a series about D.I. Greene and the very interesting cast of characters that are the heart of this "ripped from the headlines," excellently plotted murder mystery. Anyone who enjoys the Police Procedural type of mystery novel will appreciate this book. Be prepared to negotiate the advertised twists, including an internal corruption investigation, a major drug trade investigation, office politics, and the wants and needs of the main characters. For me these twists and turns added to the book.
I look forward to reading more from the series.
DI Hilary Greens is a typical modern woman: conflicted, weight issues, etc. I did not see the final twist coming, it's nice to see that even villains have a heart when it comes to family.
I enjoyed the book, and will give the rest of the series a try.