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    Double Trouble!

    This is - gulp - book 15 in the Justice series and, whilst I would heartily recommend starting from book one and reading in order, I recognise that, for some, that would be impractical. The main story within this book is self-contained but it does include quite a few spoilers from previous books - more so than in some of the rest of the series, so if you are thinking of reading the series, I would definitely recommend playing catch-up before reading this one. Believe me it will be worth the wait. This book also stars a Detective from one of this author's other series and I feel it's important to also note here that it mentions events that have occurred previously in that series too, most notably those from book 3 so, again, if you really want to read this in the right time/place, you need to read them too! Ok, boring bit over. This book combines two of my favourite Detectives from this author. DI Lorne Warner and DI Hero Nelson. Both are excellent characters in their own rights but when put together, boy do they combine well to kick the proverbial, and then some. And I'm not limiting that comment to just getting the baddies here, their individual wraths are rained down on colleagues and a whole host of others too as they endeavour to cut through the noise and red-tape to get to what they need to get the job done. And the job that needs doing in this book is the apprehension of a rather nasty individual. Someone is slitting throats in cinemas. But who and why? Initially targeting Lorne's patch, she and her team are floundering a bit to get any evidence worth anything and are still very much in the dark. That is however until they hear of a similar murder up in Manchester. Lorne, accompanied by husband Tony travel up-north to join forces with Nelson. It's up to them to pool their instinct, skill, experience and gut instincts to catch the killer before the body count rises further. Once again, this author has exceeded all my expectations. Just when I think she can't do any better than her last, amazing read, she ups the ante a notch and delivers something special once again. This time giving me double trouble in the form of two most excellent detectives along with their own teams. Two sidekicks, two pathologists, you get the gist. And it's a combination that works really well. We also have the usual supporting cast assisting too, most notably Charlie and Carol; Charlie delivering some exciting news of her own at the start of the book. Also mentioned is a long gone but still very dear friend, I love that the author keeps his memory alive. It goes without saying that the banter is also front and centre in this book and of the usual high quality. I just love the way that Lorne and Tony bicker and wind each other up. The inclusion of all this stuff really does help me as a reader with books that contain quite heavy crimes, such as those that this author is famous for, as it gives me a little light relief from all the evil flying around, making for a well balanced book overall. Honestly, I could go on for ages about what is good in this book, as I know I have done with others by this author but, you know what? Stop reading this review and download the book already! Or start playing catch-up with either series. Honestly, you won't regret it.
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    Best in series for 2 series!

    Dynamic pairing of DI Lorne Warner with DI Hero Nelson in an action-packed tracking of a serial killer. Tony plays the hero again to recapture your loyalty. You will want to read this book. I call it an addictive read that just may be the best in both series.

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