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  • Good read

    Good mystery with twists at every page to keep you guessing. Nice set of characters that you feel you know at the end of the book.

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  • The murder house

    Always love Mathilda , best book ever . I am so looking forward to next book.

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  • Gripping, engrossing read

    DCI Matilde Darke is back in this the 5th book in the series, and they just keep getting better and better. Hooking you from the start to the finish. Michael Wood certainly knows how to keep his readers engaged. Set in and around Sheffield. Leah and Oliver Ridgeway have just had their wedding day, leaving Leah’s parents home to go on their honeymoon. Unfortunately it’s the last time Leah will see her parents alive. One of the wedding guests arrives at the house to collect some personal bits and finds Serena, Clive and son Jeremy Mercer brutally murdered, but one girl is tied to the chair. The Homicide and Major Enquiry team find the scene to be one of the most horrific they have ever seen. With mutilated features, near decapitation even the most seasoned detectives struggle. Darke has to keep the team focused The crime scene looks frenzied and personal but on investigation the police are finding it difficult to find anyone who didn’t like the family! So why? And who would want this family dead? This is a highly engrossing read, gripping the reader from start to finish as you are trying to work out who could have done this. There are red herring’s aplenty cleverly placed throwing you off the scent brilliantly. Loved the character’s, loved the banter, roll on the next book. I would like to than #netgalley and #OneMoreChapter for an eARC of this in exchange for an honest, fair and unbiased review.

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  • THE MURDER HOUSE-EXCELLENT

    This is a very good book an excellent story line with very good characters, a real page turner well worth the 5 stars, the ending is totally brilliant. a really fast paced book.

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  • The Murder House

    The story was OK but the style is plodding. The main character isn't very believable or sympathetic.

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