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    Murder Mystery - Police Procedural

    Final Betrayal by Patricia Gibney D.I. Lottie Parker #6 Lottie has moved out of her mother’s home into a new abode. She seems happier now that the past has literally been burned up and tangible memories of her past with a spouse now deceased five years all ashes. She has a relationship with a colleague that provides a bit of fun outside work and being a mother and grandmother and she seems to be moving forward with her life. And yet...she still seems a bit at loose ends and unable to commit to much outside the her job on the police force and being a so-so mother. This story has: * a relative from the USA that is still hanging * a new case to be solved * one suspect that is perhaps a patsy * past case threads that might be woven through * bad guys to catch * a murderer or two * and more I have to say this book did not hold my interest quite as much as the previous two in the series I have read and I am not sure exactly why. Here are a few things I wrote down as I read: * too many characters and threads * too busy * unbelievable that a person in maximum security would be let out on a day pass * is it likely that Lottie’s family can be at risk in every story she is in? * is there really only one viable suspect? * why is Lottie unable to express her feelings? * some of the “feelings” and reactions seemed a bit over the top * would the boss truly act as Lottie’s did? I am not sure if there will be more in the series but will say I might try one more book if there is. I feel that Lottie has potential and like the addition made to the team. I feel there is potential if the next book is one that does not involve her family as potential victims and if she makes progress on a personal level. Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    A very good police procedural

    Patricia Gibney's latest police procedural featuring Irish inspector Lottie Parker is a great addition to the series. Young women have been found murdered, and Lottie and her team are on the trail of the killer. Plus Lottie's investigation into an assault and robbery over ten years earlier led to a young man's incarceration; he's just been released after ten years imprisonment, and Lottie begins to suspect he may have been convicted in error. As the book comes to a conclusion, Lottie's relationship with Mark Boyd, a member of her team, is changing, and I look forward to this relationship being featured in the next book in the series. A very good read!
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    Final Betrayal

    As with her other books this one was gripping. Looking forward to more of Lottie Parker!!!!!
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    Frustratingly Entertaining

    Lottie is one of the most frustrating characters I have ever encountered; she makes bad choices and never seems to learn from the mistakes of past secrecy. This is tempered by her dedication and commitment to her job and her family. It is a bit implausible that she has such a great solve rate but always has superiors trying to take her down. The books are really good but would likely be better if they did not rely so much on the almost cartoonishly incompetent boss plot line and focused more on Lottie’s development as a strong, respected leader with a talented team helping her solve all the murders in Ireland. This writer is talented and getting better with each book.
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    Another great read!

    I just love all the twists and turns. They keep the reader always wondering how it will all pan out. The ending was a total surprise but answered all the questions. Can’t wait for the next one.
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