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  • Amzing writing

    Another great read more please....withDani. Waiting not patiently

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  • AN AGREEABLE READ

    DI Dani Stephens still suffers the after-effects of traumatic brain injury that her twin brother caused when he tried to kill her. Now her boyfriend is also still in the hospital, slowly recovering from the attack by another serial killer (the cellmate of her brother Ben). She’s still convinced that it’s Ben who’s behind the whole thing. The trial against the serial killer isn’t going too well and she’s preoccupied with this. Her partner DS Easton has a lot on his plate himself. Since his sister and her 2 children moved in with him 6 months ago, he’s become more and more the convenient babysitter while she goes off partying most nights. As a convinced bachelor, he misses his peace and quiet. They’re called out to a suspicious death that’s made to look like a suicide; a glass of vodka and a cabinet full of (expired) anti-depressants and valium while she drowned in the bath. The friend who found her is adamant that someone was leaving through the back door when she came in but no traces of an intruder are to be found at first. Then they discover that the victim was living under a false name as well as investigating the disappearance of her brother 5 years earlier. Dani finds a possible link to a Romanian gangster working for the Romanian mafia. It’s a small, tight-knit community where no one wants or dares to talk to the police. I strongly advise reading the previous 2 volumes in this series before starting this one. It can be read on its own, but I had the feeling that I missed out on a lot. The relationship between Dani and her twin brother play a major role in her behaviour and way of thinking and although we get a short version of the previous events, it will make things a lot more understandable. It’s also clear that this thread will continue in the next books as well. The story is told mainly from Dani’s POV, but there are important chapters about Ana, a young Romanian woman who’s in dire straits. That gives the reader a better overview than the police has. The story is rather straight forward with a few surprises about the chronology and the chain of events. It’s suspenseful and well written by an established author who’s written 2 other series as well. He knows his job, that’s the least I can say. It’s a very agreeable read. If I can moan about 1 thing than it is about the ‘grand finale’ when Dani and … go off on their own, following a hunch she has, just after the rest of the police stopped their combined searches. She could have asked for back-up as soon as she heard that she was on the right track. Only a fool would go there in the middle of the night, unarmed, and unprotected. That’s just asking for trouble. I don’t think that real police(wo)men would act in this way. But it makes a good and thrilling copy. I thank Canelo Hera and Netgalley for the free ARC they provided me with; this is my honest and unbiased opinion of it.

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  • A brilliant addition to the series

    Rob has done it again and delivered another fantastic addition to this series. I am always amazed when an author is able to take a series and make each book as fresh as the last, as well as making it one that you actually want to keep reading without it becoming a chore. This is definitely that series and in my opinion, it is one of the best out there! As always Rob pulled me into the story through its tightly woven plot, that had me caught up in its clutches right from the get go. It is full of suspense, is dark, twisted and just demands your attention! It was so easy to be caught up in the drama of it all and with each chapter ending with you wanting more, it is was hard to put it down which made for such an enjoyable reading experience. Dani is such a force to be reckoned with and she really is such a fascinating character to me. Her strength of resolve is second to none and how she still is able to put one foot in front of the other after all that Rob puts her through is nothing short of amazing. She really does make for a strong leading female protagonist and carries the series on her shoulders so well. I also have to admit that the character of Ben really intrigues me on a psychological level and how himself and Dani as twins, can be so different from each other. I would love to get inside his head and as weird as it sounds, I am just waiting for a time that could see him released from jail, which would definitely kick things up a notch! Whist Echoes of Guilt can be read as a stand-alone, I really don’t recommend you reading this until you have read The Essence of Evil and The Rules of Murder first. The two main reasons for this is number one the back story of Dani and Ben and number two, you would be missing out on two amazing reads! Echoes of Guilt is a first class action packed read and I can’t wait to see what Rob is going to come up with in the next instalment. I do know one thing and that is I will be waiting very impatiently for it! It was a pleasure to read and review Echoes of Guilt which I highly recommend. Thank you to NetGalley, Canelo and Rob Sinclair for allowing me to read an advanced copy of Echoes of Guilt which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

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  • Great detective story.

    Kept one on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happened next.

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  • Echoes of guilt

    Great book. Not unusual as this series have all been great.

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