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    Snatched from home

    A good read I was expecting the husband as being in cohoots with kidnappers so it kept me in suspense
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    Couldn't put it down.

    Really enjoyed this book. Harry was a great character tuff and lovable.
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    Harry Evans is a modern day Gene Hunt

    If you need to imagine what sort of detective DI Harry Evans is, his colleague DI John Campbell sums it perfectly "That's no reason to go running round like you're Gene Hunt" I love Gene Hunt, rough, tough, likes a pint or two(!) and catches the criminals...though Harry does drive a slightly more up to date car than a Quattro! At one point I was feeling a lot of love for the rogue in his tenacity to police the streets of Cumbria but also showing a personal interest in those he's protecting. Having met the team in the Major Crimes Team: Volume 1 Lines of Enquiry, I got to meet them all again and in particular Lauren flaunting "her femininity as a weapon of mass distraction". She uses her womanly wiles and physique to distract and confuse those naughty men to get the answers the team need to get the investigations one step closer to being solved. All the characters are a little larger than you'd expect in life but it works. Campbell's straight-laced procedure-following ethics contrasts Evans' anything goes to get the job done attitude; Lauren over-egging her sexuality; even Chisholm's IT geekiness! The personalities fit and make the book an excellent read! The story has plenty of pace with the team investigating robberies and cons with the effects of the kidnapping rumbling along without their knowledge. Will the kidnappers be caught? Will the children make it out unharmed? Only time will tell! A big thank you to Noelle at CrimeBookJunkie for bullying...I mean encouraging me to read Snatched from Home. Can't wait to read Matching The Evidence!!
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