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- Print Length: 272 pages
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- Publisher: Bloodhound Books (December 10, 2018)
- Publication Date: December 10, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07L2ZNSXT
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Murder Undeniable: a gripping murder mystery Kindle Edition
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You bet they can.
Without getting into spoilers, here’s the plot in a nutshell: A group of teenagers sitting around smoking reefer and sipping beer overhear what is a murder about to unfold. Sheltered by a stone wall, the teens can’t see any faces on the other side but they recognize at least one of the angry voices. There’s a painful scream and a single gunshot in the dark, followed by a splash in the river Wye.
Fearful of what might happen to them if discovered, the teens vow to keep the occurrence secret. No arrest is made in the case and more than a decade passes as the youth get on with their lives. All seems well until members of their group begin dying, the first in an automobile crash and others by gunfire.
Although police are keen on solving the cold case and the fresh crimes, the task soon falls to Kat and Mouse, who become an entertaining duo readers will absolutely devour.
Kat is church Rev. Katerina Rowe, and Mouse a college student who works for an escort service to pay her bills. They get involved in the case after Mouse’s date for the night is shot dead in an alleyway and she’s critically wounded. The neophyte sleuths receive some valuable assistance in their investigation from Mouse’s spunky grandma, Doris. Let’s just say these three women have a lot of personality.
Best-selling author Anita Waller has long been adept at developing interesting characters as she proved repeatedly in her earlier novels, but in Murder Undeniable she has taken that skill to a higher art form.
Kat, Mouse and Doris are a force to be reckoned with, and readers will quickly get to know them through snappy dialogue and their respective idiosyncrasies.
The old stage mantra about leaving your audience in a place where they’ll want more surely wasn’t wasted on Waller. Murder Undeniable left me wanting more, and that’s the sign of professional storytelling.
Like many readers, I’m eagerly looking forward to what’s next from Kat and Mouse (and Doris). And word is already out that Waller is planning a trilogy. The next title, slated for release in February from Bloodhound Books: Murder Unexpected.
David Liscio is the author of the serial-killer thriller Deadly Fare and the mafia thriller Blood Sons. He was given an advance reader copy of Murder Undeniable in exchange for an honest review.
I loved the pace in this book, it was spot on for me and kept me fully engaged from the start right to the end and I love that cover!
The characters were great and I loved Kat and Mouse and thought that they worked really well together and it was lovely to put them together as they have quite different personalities but they match really well.
I thought that the setting for the book was great too and the author did a great job of bringing it to life in the story.
Five stars from me, I loved meeting Kat and Mouse and can’t wait for the next in the series and to see what the author releases next!!
Nothing much happens in the historic little village of Eyam and nobody knows that better than Kat, the Deacon. But all that is about to change when Kat discovers a man's body and a badly beaten woman. Feeling some sort of connection with the young woman, Kat stays by her side as she recovers and is determined to uncover just who did this to her. Alongside with Doris, they will embark on a detective mystery all on their own but it isn't long before they realise that nobody wants them poking around and will do whatever it takes to keep them silent ...
The setting, drama, and mystery in this book are all excellent but it is the characters that really steal the show. Kat, Beth, and Doris are a force to be reckoned with and I loved every moment with them as they picked apart the crime to find the truth.
MURDER UNDENIABLE by Anita Waller is the kind of book that you will pick up with the intention of reading a few chapters but then suddenly find yourself completely absorbed and an hour will pass in an instant. This is a detective story with a difference and I look forward to more from this talented author.
*I voluntarily reviewed this book from the Publisher
I wasn’t sure about Murder Undeniable, I knew that it was the first book in a series and if I’m honest I do prefer standalone books, well that’s until I’m into a series and then I love getting to revisit the characters, but I feel like agreeing to read book one of a series might be committing myself to read every book in the series to come.
As always Waller creates great characters that are interesting, different and believable. I really liked all the characters in Murder Undeniable, and the story hooked me in and kept me reading. I’ve been struggling to get into books recently and this book changed that, it is easy to read and easy to follow and that is what I needed.
My one gripe would be that it was all a bit predictable, although that didn’t impact on my enjoyment of the book, I do like to be kept guessing.
But once again Waller has written a great book and the questions that I’m sure that you are all wondering is whether I would read more of the series? Well, there isn’t any doubt in my mind that I will.