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"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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Let me add that in response to a couple of reviewers who thought the book started slowly, this is a story based on the way a real life undercover operation is conducted, with painstaking attention to detail, in every way, as the lives of both cops are at stake every day. One mistake and they would very quickly end up in a cold, shallow grave, miles from anywhere. It is NOT a typical, ubiquitous US style 'up and at em' cops and robbers drama. This story puts the reader right there alongside Reagan and Red as they gradually worm their way into Bill's plans. We will later discover that neither Blue nor Red are all they at first appear to be, but, no spoilers from me.
Reagan soon finds himself on the horns of a dilemma however, as the prospect of going 'rogue' begins to encroach on his thoughts. Could he really put aside his principals and all he has worked for as an officer of the law in exchange for the lavish riches and lifestyle offered by Bill and his 'connections'. This dilemma is further reinforced when Red is sidelined by an accident and Reagan is left alone to deal with the drug cartel. He has good reasons for jumping either way and only by reading the book will you find out which side he chooses.
Mr. Bentley has created an ensemble of truly realistic characters, pulled together in a gritty, pulsating crime thriller that I can only describe as a good old-fashioned page turner. His writing style carries the reader along with him as the plot develops and we suddenly find ourselves careering towards a chillingly alarming and thrilling finish. This is real, thought-provoking British crime drama at its best. I actually found myself wondering just how much of the real Stephen Bentley was contained in the personality of Steve Reagan. I'm sure some of the essence of the author helped to make the character of Reagan so believable and easy to identify with. The ending came all too soon, leaving me wanting more, which is of course the mark of a good series, isn't it? Leave them waiting for the next thrilling instalment? Well, he has succeeded in doing just that.as I will now eagerly look forward to the next book in this thrilling and enthralling trilogy. In the meantime, I will content myself with awarding this first episode a well-deserved five stars!
The twists and turns of the plot kept me enthralled. Each chapter building on the next, keeping me guessing to the very end.