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    brilliant

    This case is becoming personal to Boyd, when his sister Grace makes a new friend, Mollie, on the train to Dublin and this new friend disappears. Grace is not giving up and is trying to find out what happened to Molli. Then Grace disappears too and an old unsolved disappearance may be the only lead to all missing girls. DI Lotti Parker is not a very likable or easy person. Always on the verge to a break down, drinking to much and her children often have to fend for themselves. So, why is it I like these books about her so much+ maybe it’s because Lotti Parker has flaws some a real person. She’s not some superhero, saving the day, raising her kids and always smiling. The only thing I really hope for, is that she will find a way to see how good Boyd is for her and stop fighting him. I highly recommend the DI Lotti Parker series! I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture!
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    Excellent

    This is the fourth book I have read about Lottie and Boyd. I could not put it down until finished. Patricia Gibney stories are well written and keeps you guessing right to the end who is the guilty person.
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    No safe place

    Like the previous three books this was absolutely wonderful and kept me enthralled from start to finish, so there for I am eagerly awaiting book number five. Thank you for being a wonderful author. Regards Carol Rice
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    Murder Mystery

    No Safe Place by Patricia Gibney D.I. Lottie Parker #4 Polished police procedural set in small town Ireland stars D.I. Lottie Parker in her fourth case. Coming into this series on this book was okay but I did find mentions of events and people that must have been important in previous books. If given the chance I believe reading previous books would be beneficial though not essential. Lottie: a widow with three teenage children – one an unwed mother is a detective inspector that is perhaps not the best loved member of her team but does seem to get the job done. She is somewhat acerbic, pithy and has a temper. I picked up that she may have issues with alcohol and prescription drugs and is still mourning the loss of her husband while not on good terms with many of her family members…including her mother. This story started out with a woman running for her life and the story didn’t slow down till the end. Young women abducted and treated badly but why? Why were some killed? What about the case that occurred similarly ten years before? And the travelers…how did they fit in? The gravedigger and the priest and the people on the train and…well…so many threads to follow but follow them I did. And then, why were some women being beaten up and even killed in a side story that proved related? This was a complex story with many characters, subplots, red herrings, work and family related issues and…well…all I can say is “well done!”. I may not LOVE Lottie but I do admire her. I think the interim boss she has to deal with is a pain in the derriere and hope he won’t be there long. There is a hook at the end of the book that infers Lottie may have a relative from the USA coming to visit – wonder what that will be about and also wonder if she and Boyd will find themselves in a relationship eventually. Did I like this book? Yes Would I like to read more books by this author/in this series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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    No Safe Place

    This thriller gripped me from the beginning! Totally unexpected twist that fooled me, brilliant read.
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