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  • Kelly Porter Series

    I love the Kelly Porter Series and I can't wait for the next instalment.

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  • Wonderful and gripping story

    Story is told from various perspectives, totally engrossing. Very realistic and yet moving.

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  • A Marvellous Instalment

    Little Doubt is a cracking addition to Rachel Lynch's series featuring DI Kelly Porter, set in the Lake District, on the notorious Beacon Estate. When Ella Watson is stabbed to death whilst out jogging in a Penrith park, DI Kelly Porter and her team are perplexed as there appears to be no motive. Later the same day, Keira Bradley is also stabbed, though this time the crime takes place on the Beacon Estate. Kelly is put in charge of both investigations. These cases are made more complicated by her boss, who is friendly with the Watsons and is at pains to protect his own reputation. The Beacon Estate is dominated by gangs who are naturally feared by the residents. There is also a long standing mistrust of the police. Kelly has the unenviable task of attempting to win over their trust in order to uncover the truth, a task that may well prove insurmountable. This is a series where the subplot concerning Kelly's personal life is equally as compelling as the ongoing investigations, and although it isn't essential to have read all of the previous books, it helps to get a better feel for the characters and their motivations. Rachel Lynch masterfully adds depth to the story by exploring a variety of themes that often heavily affect teenagers: the need to belong, drugs, alcohol, bullying, obsessions. Kelly is smart, capable and honest, with the same worries that plague many of us: fear of being thought incompetent, and losing her job. Kelly is a tireless and determined investigator who puts everything she has in her mission to get justice for the victims. Little Doubt is a gripping, page-turning story of the highest quality. The tension increases steadily and though many things are intentionally revealed throughout, the final chapters are still filled with plenty of excitement and danger. The familiar protagonists are present but there is greater involvement from the new and secondary characters that are integral to the current investigations. I am looking forward to reading book #8, Lost Cause: An addictive and gripping crime thriller as there are some indications of change in Little Doubt. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my request, from Canelo via NetGalley and this review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Little Doubt

    Another absorbing story in the Kelly Porter series, hooked from the start.

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  • Loved it

    I love Rachels books. Great storylines and even greater characters. Looking forward to next one.

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