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    Plenty of thrills, danger and suspense😳

    Kept me wondering and rapt right to the end😲 4.5🌟stars This is my second reading adventure with Irish garda DI Lottie Parker and her crew. It was thrilling and tragic, right from the initial discovery of a body (or part of one!) by two innocent schoolboys exploring with a drone. The good to great points: - Well-written; - Inclusion of some children and teens as key characters. These children are not just cute props, they have a serious role to play; - Inclusion of an old unsolved mystery that impacts directly on the current case; - Plenty of potential suspects and twists. I really had no clue of the real villains behind the scenes until just before the high octane action climax; - A good balance of criminal casework versus Lottie's domestic life. The murder and mayhem are central and occupy the bulk of the action, but glimpses of her complex home life are peppered in to give her character more depth; - I love an adversarial relationship at work and both Lynch and Lottie's new superintendent provide that. There were a large number of characters to follow and that made it quite confusing to follow initially. But I suppose that also made for an investigation that kept me guessing longer. I do love when a writer provides twists and red herrings that keep the tension and the chase going right through to the end😊. Thanks to publisher Bookouture and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review and the opinions expressed are my own.
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    Gripping !!

    If only there were more than 5 stars !!! I love this series with Lottie Parker who is a detective I would want on my side, she gives the case everything she has. From the moment Faye discovers a child's skull behind the wall in her home to the last page I was hooked. Can't wait for book 9, first in line !!! No pressure!! Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for allowing me to follow Lottie on another convoluted case!!!!
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    Stunningly Good!

    This has become one of my favourite detective series' and DI Lottie Parker is one of my much loved detectives, despite her somewhat tetchy and snarky personality and that her children always take second place in her very busy life when work takes priority. In this eighth enthralling instalment, Lottie must investigate after a child's skull is found by Faye Baker behind the plasterboarded walls of the old house she has just begun to renovate. Then a frozen torso is found on the railway by eleven-year-old Gavin and Lottie suddenly has a lot on her plate trying to piece together a demanding and formidable puzzle that dates back twenty years or more. When Faye’s body is found stuffed in the back of her car and Gavin disappears, Lottie knows she needs to find the answers very swiftly, before another life is extinguished. Harboured secrets, humongous lies and dysfunctional families all feature in this outstanding and intoxicating police procedural. Lottie and her team have a stressful time trying to identify the victims let alone the murderer(s). With a key staff member, fiancé DS Mark Boyd on extended leave for medical reasons, Lottie's resources are stretched to the limit causing resentment within the ranks and the wrath of her new boss, Superintendent Deborah Farrell, who is a stickler for procedure. With it's expertly executed plot this complex, dark tale had me desperately flicking the pages on my kindle to reach the eye-popping, neatly tied-up denouement. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Bookouture via NetGalley and this review is my unbiased opinion.
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    Kept Me Glued!!!

    Bubbles of cold sweat trickled down Faye’s spine. The hole wasn’t empty. Before she could turn and run, she caught the two sightless eyes staring up at her. Only then did she scream. When Faye Baker discovers a fragile child’s skull behind the walls of her new home, Detective Lottie Parker is called to investigate. The house has been owned for years by the family of Faye’s boyfriend Jeff, so when Jeff starts acting suspiciously, Lottie wonders what he might be hiding… Lottie doesn’t have long to dig deeper before a child’s bones are found by eleven-year-old Gavin on nearby railway tracks. The bones don’t match the small skull behind the walls, but Lottie can’t ignore the coincidence. Someone out there must be missing their loved ones and it’s up to her to put right a terrible wrong. Unable to shake a feeling of foreboding, Lottie goes to speak to Faye, and discovers that she hasn’t turned up for work. When Faye’s body is found stuffed in the back of her car, Lottie needs to find out who wanted her to keep quiet. As Lottie hunts for Faye’s killer, the case takes a darker turn when Gavin goes missing. Faye and Gavin are connected only by the grisly body parts they discovered. But who are these little victims and why has their killer come back? Can Lottie find the answers before another precious life is taken? This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believeable. Great suspense and found myself second guessing every thought I had continuousluy. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading. I was provided an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher. This is my own honest voluntary review.
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    Buried Angels

    The best yet in this series,can't wait for the next one.
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