- File Size: 736 KB
- Print Length: 214 pages
- Publisher: Ex-L-Ence Publishing (June 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ZVBMNXU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,504,355 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This series just gets better and better.
I loved the information about Carl Gustav Yung, a psychologist who believed we have links to animals who become our guides.
I've since read more about Yung's theories.
As in her previous novels, Thea's eye for detail and research comes through.
If you like psychological, murder thrillers this is definately for you.
Although this is part of a series it can be read as a stand-alone thriller.
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To a new reader, this will simply add to the credibility of the protagonist, but to her growing list of fans it will be almost, but not quite, like having a favourite soap opera as a sub plot - I say 'almost' because Resa's private life, as regaled in these novels, doesn't come close to some of the trite storylines of many soaps, and doesn't intrude on the main event… the mystery itself. A clever touch.
Once more, Ms Hartley manages through her meticulous researching of the details, to educate and inform the reader about things they may have previously been unaware of. At the same time, she entertains us with another well paced crime story with that 'real place' feel that can only come from someone who sets their novels in a location that they know well. She manages to do this without giving the impression that the place is awash with vicious murderers and has a murder rate to rival the New York of popular TV - what some refer to as the 'Midsomer syndrome'. As a crime writer myself, I know how difficult this is when you set your stories in a particular location, especially one as closely defined as Thea's Cardiff.
Keep 'em coming, Thea… I hope that there are many more to come, 'cos I can't wait.