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    Five Stars of Greatness

    I just finished reading Nobody’s Child by Victoria Jenkins and was absolutely enthralled with it. This is the third in a series of Detectives King and Lane Book who are throughout referred to as Alex and Chloe. It wasn’t hard at all to read it as a standalone but I still think I will go back and read the two previous because I liked it so much. Both detectives are very likable with Alex being the senior detective which she only refers to once when they are not really talking. Happens to all of us. The subject matter is awful but not in the way that you will hate the book but because you are constantly surprised at all the atrocities people will commit to each other. I absolutely loved the ending and would never in a million years have expected it. I have nothing but praise for the author. I will definitely recommend this book to anyone and thanks to NetGalley for letting me read this book in exchange for my unbiased review. Five stars.
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    Awesome

    It's another book I'm sorry to have finished. Chapter turning is an understatement . Riverting from start to finish also not expecting the who and why Can't wait for book 4 to be published
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    Engrossed from the start to the end

    Is most certainly unputdownable. Just like the previous books I was not a person to be disturbed, I could not put it down.
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    Nobody's child

    Love these detectives and the mystery and twist in Victoria's series king and lane. All 3 books are great couldn't put down till the last page. Reallh looking forward to number 4.
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    What an incredible book!

    It is the month of October, and a body, burnt beyond recognition, is found in an abandoned hospital. A Muslim shop has been destroyed by fire. Are these two crimes related? DI Alex King works feverishly to determine whether or not this could be possible. I have gotten to know Alex, and her partner DC Chloe Lane quite well in the previous two books in this series. Knowing Alex's dedication to her work goes a long way, especially in this book, as she is going through some serious personal trials. Alex and Chloe, incredibly close since they began working together, are now in a strained relationship. But, being the professionals that they are, they work tirelessly hard to solve, not only the first two crimes, but other horrific crimes that occur in quick procession. Just as Alex realizes that there is indeed a link between the victims, someone from her past is intent on taking her life. At least, that is what she is fairly certain of. This story is told from several perspectives, and this is done remarkably well. Each and every person is completely understandable, and, in some cases, elicited compassion. This led to making it utterly impossible to coming close to guessing whoever was responsible for all of the crimes being committed. What a fast-paced story. Boy did I get the chills more than once. This book was incredible. Simply said. I could not put it down, except to take a brief break. I read the first 61% in less than a couple hours, and it took no time to finish the rest of the book. I cannot say enough how captivating this book was. From the brutal attacks, from the investigation, from what Alex was experiencing, from the characterization...well, it all worked amazingly well. I eagerly read all three books back-to-back and am incredibly impressed with the talented Victoria Jenkins. I am eagerly awaiting book 4 in this engaging series. Many thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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