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    I love a convincing female lead

    And when she is smart yet normal and local it's even better. I have friends that call each other "bird" just like Kate and Choe do (I'm more of a sweetie!) which is an endearment unique to the Somerset/Gloucestershire area; it's this kind of attention to detail that makes all the difference. If you have only read the first in the series, you are in for a treat as the Kate Redman novels are improving with everyone that Celina Grace writes. Sadly I have completed them all now !
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    What an entertaining read!

    Kate Redman is again confronted with a sordid murder that leads her through a solid tangle of possible leads, which all seem to dissolve into nothing. Kate feels pressured to solve this case, since she is about to embark on a long-planned trip across the world. This stress is amplified by the need to come to a decision regarding her long-distance relationship, which could involve breaking all ties to her current life and career, and the tension created by the concurrent re-awakening attraction to her boss. While unraveling the mystery of a squalid, sadomasochistic murder, Kate needs to disentangle herself from her own webs and strive for clarity on both fronts. ‘Siren’ shines a spotlight on human relationships – the murder, raw and sordid sex: seemingly a sadomasochistic act gone too far; Kate’s love-life, her search for closeness and love: a silent battle between wanting to belong and needing independence; Mark’s aspiration to fatherhood: a brief snapshot of the complex emotional, social, and practical issues surrounding homosexual parenthood. Celina Grace is a superb storyteller. With ‘Siren’, she delivered another ingeniously suspenseful plot, plausibly inhabited by well-developed characters, and told in impeccable language. I received this book as an ARC and really struggled to put it down once started – which accounted for a very dozy next day…
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    Siren - Number nine in a truly compelling series.

    This is the ninth book in the series about Kate Redman and it can only be said that they just keep getting better! The way in which Celina Grace is able to interweave the main characters personal lives with solving the murder is nothing short of brilliant. As always, things go along at a breakneck pace and kept me eagerly turning the pages to find out what had really happened and discover the killers identity. I'm not going to spoil things by revealing any details, you'll just have to read it yourself! This is an honest review of an ARC of this novel. I would highly recommend the whole series to all lovers of the British police genre.
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    Siren

    Another Celina Grace novel that won’t let you down. It’s a wonderful book with a great combination of police work and a bit of romance. I would highly recommend this book!
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    Deeply Human, Complexly Plotted

    After reading most of this series, I can highly recommend it. Grace creates stories that are compelling and intriguing, with characters who are flawed but admirable and utterly human. Best to start the series at the beginning and work your way through the books in order to get the full impact of the characters’ growth.
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