Snow Kills: The DI Dylan Book Fans Can't Get Enough Of (D.I. Dylan 4) Kindle Edition
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The title is very apt for the story as it is set in winter when there's a heavy snow fall.
I love how the story starts off. The reader is introduced to hairdresser Kayleigh and we get a feel for the young girl, well at 19 technically a woman but as a mother, to me she is very much still a child. Having finished work and getting to her car she realises just how bad the snow is and this is where the story gets a whole lot more chilling, literally!
The tension of knowing that something was obviously going to happen to Kayleigh had me feeling a whole lot of emotions. I was totally gripped to see where the authors would take us, yet in a way I didn't want to know what horrible fate was in store for her.
A missing person is probably never on top of any priority list, especially when it's an adult. Jack and his team though do get stuck in as their first investigations turn up some unsavoury characters to say the least.
I love how even though there is plenty of the story dedicated to the case, part of it still manages to concentrate on Jack and Jens relationship and it was great to see Jen evolving as a stronger character than just a D I's wife.
Yet again the authors bring home to readers what it is like for the family of murder victims as well as what it is like for the officers involved. There is a particular bit in the story where it says that the families that are left behind have a longer life sentence that the actual murders themselves and I can believe that being very true.
Snow Kills is a brilliant crime book with plenty of insight into procedures of how the police narrow down on their suspect. If you haven't read any of this series yet, what are you waiting for?
Jen's old love interest showing up and the implied danger of Maude's departure to Dylan! Again, I'm racing to get to the
end to find out what happens, but sorry that there doesn't appear to be a next one to move onto!
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I have never written a bad review before but this book was so poorly written, I felt I had to.Read more