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    Well written

    A well-written book with an interesting story and a very human detective who tries hard to fit in while working ridiculous hours and fighting exhaustion.
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    Great Read

    Enjoyed this first read of Sarah Bailey. Kept me guessing until the end. At times I got annoyed with Gemma as I tbink she is selfish and over thinks situations but I guess thats what makes a good writer when you relate to the characters. Gre read.
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    Good

    The book is interesting and keeps your attention and makes following the characters enjoyable.
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    Into The Night

    Great reading as well as a very well written thriller
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    Troubled

    All of the characters in this story are troubled. Keeping secrets from others, not only to conceal crimes, but to conceal parts of themselves has become the norm for the people in this book. Three seemingly disconnected crimes all have connections to DS Gemma Woodstock. The story is slow moving, with a healthy dose of following police procedures. The theories about what has happened are freely discussed and some red herrings are thrown in. As a crime thriller it was a bit slow for me, but the interactions between the characters were genuine and added to the depth of story.
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