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    Taut & Clever

    This is the third book in Olivia Kiernan's 'Frankie Sheehan' series and although I haven't read the first instalment, Too Close to Breathe, I did manage to get a copy of book two, The Killer in Me. In If Looks Could Kill, the story kicks off with an occurrence in a Dublin park in February. Later, DCS Frankie Sheehan and DS Baz Harwood of the Bureau for Serious Crime are called to Wicklow, near Ballyalann to assist in the investigation of missing person, Debbie Nugent. She was last seen by one of her daughters, three days prior, but her house shows evidence that a crime may have taken place. As the team begins their questioning, it transpires that something rather odd is happening in the Nugent household... This well written story flows beautifully and as the mystery deepens, a plethora of perplexing contradictions surface. Fast paced and compelling, there are many twists and there was never a dull moment. Protagonist Frankie is tenacious and loves her job, stopping at nothing to get to the truth. The stylish plot is really intriguing with plenty of twists as taxing contradictions emerge that intensify the mystery. The author's splashes of humour add some lightness to the dark tone and the eventual conclusion in this police procedural/ thriller is neatly done and rather satisfying. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Quercus Books/ Riverrun via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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