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  • Body under the bridge

    Great mystery writer, never sure who the killer is until the end. Easy to read flowing style.

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  • Lots happening - an exciting read

    DCI Craig Gillard is disturbed during the funeral of a friend and police officer, so he knows that the reason must be important. He's told to head up a missing person enquiry, not usually a cause of panic, especially as it's an adult. Why? What happens becomes one of his worst nightmares. Not just his either, other officers suffer too. A good story, Lots happening, an exciting read. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher I read an advance review copy of the book. This review is voluntary, honest and my own opinion.

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  • Fast Paced Suspense

    Great, fast paced, action packed suspense book. A high priority missing person, a talented young musician whose father happens to be a high ranking German government minister, lands 0n Detective Craig Gillard's desk. All resources are being stretched to find her and her father has assured them he will spare no expense to get them what they need to bring his daughter back alive. But, during a flash flood, a car is found submerged in water with a woman who has been missing since the 80's, but strangely the body is still the age of the teenager she was when she disappeared. How can that be? Suddenly Craig's wife disappears, another officer's daughter is gone missing, and the police are being sent on one wild goose chase after another. The clock is ticking, but will any of the missing women be found in time. Loved this latest book in the series. These books can be read as stand alones. The characters are well developed, the story line will keep you turning the page and guessing until the very end. I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Crime Detective

    If you like the reassurance of a new read that is written within a well-tested framework but still manages to entertain and grip then Nick Louth’s ‘The Body under the Bridge’, the 5th DCI Gillard crime novel, is for you. For me this series is like a venture through the Agatha Christie novels – if asked I could tell you the probable framework but the differing details of each of these books provide the thrill of a well-written crime that I can’t wait to try and solve. However, I must add for new readers that Louth includes rather more gory details of the deaths than does Christie. As with the others in the series I really enjoyed this but not quite as much, so I am hovering between awarding it 4 and 5 stars. Thank you to Canelo Books and NetGalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Body Under The Bridge

    Fast paced edge of your seat thriller, keeps you glued from the first to last page. I have read all the books in the series and all have been well worth reading. Not giving anything away storywise as you really need to read this series.

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