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    Excellent

    I thoroughly enjoyed Celina Grace’s newest book. Wow, she did it again! Her writing is wonderfully expressive and makes you feel like you’re there.
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    Interesting mystery

    While D.S. Chloe Wapping is on holiday in London with her boyfriend, a terrorist attack occurs nearby. Meanwhile the next day a body of a murdered Asian male is found in the grounds of a National Trust property, Bucklesbury House, near the West Country town of Abbeyford. So it's up to D.I. Kate Redman and her team to investigate, which means solving the anomaly of why he would be in the grounds of a National Trust building in the first place. Another enjoyable and well-written crime story with its array of likeable characters.
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    believable characters, well written

    Another page turner from Celina Grace. I really enjoy the Kate Redman novels - I particularly like the friendship she has with Chloe, all of which feels incredibly genuine and well observed - even down to the 'bird' (all we need now is for them to start calling each other 'lovely' and I'll be able to pinpoint their location!!) I was particularly pleased to find at the opening that Chloe was more visible than usual, and there was some good news. But - spoiler - not for long. Sobs from me. There's an emotional parallel story running here, which I felt triggered various feelings and emotions within Kate (I've read all the books, and Kate has had a 'challenging' childhood) in an entirely true to life reaction to the turmoil and disruption. As usual, I didn't guess the murderer, nor the reason for it. It's always a joy to read a book that strikes a genuine note and has that core of truth. That's always the case with a Kate Redman
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    Unpredictable mystery with current relevance

    Yet another exciting edition to the series. The atmosphere (everything from recent world events/political situations and in the smaller details like text messages being more common than phone calls), makes this story feel as though it could be really happening, and not just to someone out there but to someone like me. Throughout the series, I've particularly enjoyed the fact that the solution to the mystery isn't the obvious answer and is usually not something I'm able to solve before the characters do. I also appreciate the way that the story line delves beyond just the professional mystery and gives us insight both into the characters' interactions with each and of their background/life outside of work. Once again, a mystery well worth the read.
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