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    This was a fantastc read, introduction of a new character was great. There was just something at the end that felt missing, as though it all wrapped up too fast, and we didnt see much of the killer's reasons or personality. Still, well written, couldn't put it down!,
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    Snarl - Once again a great read

    Snarl literally begins with a bang as a scientist steps into his car and starts it, triggering the bomb which has been attached to the underside. Kate returns to active duty after 6 months recuperation following her near fatal stabbing and is swiftly plunged into the investigation. She not only has to cope with getting herself back up to speed as far as active investigation work is concerned, she also has to smile and bear with a few other changes which have happened in her absence. To start with, her colleague and very good friend Mark Olbeck has been promoted to DI and is now, officially her boss. He now has his own small office and Kate now has his old desk. To make matters worse, her desk seems to be occupied by someone who really does not look as if he should be in there but rather in the cells. This turns out to be Stuart, an undercover officer who is to try and infiltrate the local animal rights movement to see if they are behind the bombing. The pace is, as always, fast, the plot believable and the characters become more rounded and developed with every book. I will not go into further details about the various developments as I would not wish to spoil another’s pleasure, suffice to say that it is once again, a very entertaining read.
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    Kate Redman does it again

    Yet another brilliantly written Kate Redman Mystery. I have not found one of these stories that has NOT engrossed me from the start. Each book is better than the last if that's possible. Love it!!
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    Snarl

    I love the book it is hilarious, fictional characters and you would not like to leave it halfway. Great
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    Loved it!

    Celina Graces has done it again, kept me up all hours, reading her fascinating tale of DS Kate Redman. I thoroughly enjoy these stories and am pleasantly surprised by how much I liked meeting Stuart. I wanted to be unhappy that a new character was being paid such attention, but I couldn’t because he is so real and believable. I can’t wait for my next Kate Redman Mystery!
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