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New Year's Day is a time for new beginnings, but Minneapolis homicide detectives Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska are focused on endings: specifically, the tragic.
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Posted in Black Widow , book review , Chris Brookmyre , crime fiction , fiction , Inverness , Jack Parlabane , little brown book group uk , mystery , psychological thriller on January 19, Diana Jager is clever, strong and successful, a skilled surgeon and fierce campaigner via her blog about sexism. Yet it takes only hours for her life to crumble when her personal details are released on the internet as revenge for her writing. Then she meets Peter.


Within six months, they are married. Within six more, Peter is dead in a road accident, a nightmare end to their fairytale romance. Once the det ai l s of her blog are hacked, her identity is made public on the internet as payback and her life falls apart. Within s i x months of a whirlwind romance the re are wedding bells for the pa ir , six mo re see t he tolling of funeral bells for Peter. Enter Jack Parlabane, a disgraced investigative journalist licking his wounds after the Leveson inquiry and on the brink of divorce.

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Armed with the list of contacts and vital infor mation from Lucy , Parla bane heads out seeking answers. N arrat ed b y Diana and Parla bane, we weave between past and present cleverly. But the more I read on the more I continued to change my mind about her. And what a conclu sion it was!! Although this was a con ti nu ation of the Jack Parlabane series of books, this c an eas ily be read as a stand alone book. Indeed I read and enjoyed this withou t having read others for quite some t ime.

This was a fantastic read, Brookmyre shows g ood s kill , the narrative was fast paced and the excellent plotting made this a treat to read. Content from this blog cannot be published on any other websites or media without our permission. We are not responsible for the republishing of the content found on this blog on other websites or media without our permission. This privacy policy is subject to change without notice. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.

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Welcome to my little corner. Grab a cup of tea or hot drink of preference , find your happy place and join me to talk all things books The Quiet Knitter Just a quiet knitter with an addiction to books. Feeds: Posts Comments. Copy supplied by Kate at Authoright in return for an honest review as part of the blog tour. A stalker. A pact. And a deadly secret. How far must Kal go to face the truth and find her missing mother?

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A new, dangerous, psychological suspense thriller. An expert in psychology and skilled in reading other people and their behaviours, she first learnt her craft from her deceased father.

He was a man with dark secrets. When her journalist mother goes missing, Kal investigates. As a freelance journalist working in dangerous and hostile environments, it takes a lot to raise the suspicions of Kal Medi. Knowing that something is not right, Kal heads home to investigate.

And more importantly, what could this signify? Kal turns detective, determined to find out what has happened to Alesha, but with no idea where to start she visits her grandmother Nannie to break the news and to find out what she knows about the letters. Travelling to India leads Kal to the most earth shattering discoveries.

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When she realises the depths of the corruption and perversion involved, she knows she must do all she can to stop those involved. Experienced in martial arts, expert in psychology and a skilled people watcher, Kal Medi is an interesting character. The crafting of this character has been so cleverly done — a strong and independent woman because of her childhood.

Nannie is a wonderful character, her good days are a delight to read, the advice she gives to Kal reminds me of my own grandmother, insightful and just the right amount of verbal kick up the rear end. Girdharry demonstrates superb writing in this book, her attention to detail is second to none.

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The reader can feel the intensity of the situations Kal finds herself in, envision the sights of India and the children, and experience the frustration Kal feels searching for Alesha. Due to the disturbing nature of some aspects of this book, I would urge caution to some readers, especially younger ones. This can be an uncomfortable read, reference to child trafficking and abuse are not subjects that everyone is comfortable reading about. That said, this is gripping read, fraught with tension, intrigue and danger. I read this in one sitting, it had me hooked. About The Author:. Today she lives in Montpellier, France with her husband and two children.

Ann has previously published a series of short stories called Tales of the Unexpected For more information about Ann Girdharry, go to www. Author: Annabel Kantaria. Published: 21 April Reviewed: 4 August Author: Mark Tilbury. Published: 15 April Reviewed: 29 July I received a copy of this book from Booklover Catlady Publicity in return for a fair and honest review.

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The second in The Ben Whittle Investigation series of psychological thrillers with occasional flashes of dark humour. Best enjoyed after reading The Revelation Room. This is the second book in the Ben Whittle series, and I would thoroughly recommend checking out the first book The Revelation Room. Author: A. Published: 4 April Copy supplied by Carina UK in return for an honest review.

Author: Arlene Hunt. Published: 24 June Reviewed: 27 July Copy supplied by Bookouture in return for an honest review. He watches. He waits.

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    The female protagonist Jessie Conway, is a special needs teacher at the school in question and following this horrific event, her life is turned upside down. Author: S E L ynes. Published: 1 July Reviewed: 1 4 June When Glasgow journalist Shona McGilvery moves with her partner Mikey and their baby to an idyllic cottage in rural Scotland, they believe that all that lies ahead of them is happiness. But with Mikey working offshore, the frightening isolation of the Aberdeenshire countryside begins to drive her insane… That is, until she is rescued by a new friendship with the enchanting Valentina.

    When I first heard about this book I was intrigued, it sounded fascinating so I jumped at the chance of a review copy from Blackbird Digital Books. Set in Aberdeenshire, Shona is a new mum settling into a rural setting with her little girl, and trying to adjust to a new way of life while her partner works offshore. She finds she is missing her old life and friends, she craves human interaction beyond the niceties of the woman on the till in the supermarket so when she meets Valentina on the steps of the nursery a much needed friendship soon blossoms.

    Initially narrated through Shona, we learn about her life up to meeting her perfect match Mikey, how they first met, the way their relationship developed and how she came to live in her idyllic cottage in Aberdeenshire. As Shona reflects back on life before her child we see that she was a strong character, standing up to bullies and taking no nonsense. So the dramatic change to her character is startling but understandable. As a new mother she is exhausted, but with this comes the ability for her to be easily manipulated.

    At times this character does come across as naive, too trusting and you really want to nudge her, shake her, anything to make her stop, notice and see sense.

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    The overall style of writing is good, impressively descriptive, well paced and the plot was well thought out. Character development in this book is very well done, interesting and well formed characters become even more intriguing, they mould into new shapes and the transformation of Shona in particular was fascinating to read. Even after a few days I found myself wondering what I would have done in that situation?