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    Good read

    Very gripping read hard to put down with a bit of everything in the story.
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    The Angel

    This is my third read of Katrina Diamonds series and she just gets better and better. Her books are such a pleasure to read keep them coming
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    Great book

    Just as good as her other two! Couldn't put it down. Definetly recommended.
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    Literally

    What a book for a debut author, can't wait to read the 2nd one. Loads of twists and turns
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    Good Series

    The Angel by Katerina Diamond is the 3rd book in the Imogen Grey series. Series Background:    (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) DS Imogen Grey has put her past behind her and settled into her new precinct. She has even learned to trust her partner DS Adrian Miles.  Although they don’t always play by the rules, they are both top-notch detectives, and have become friends. Imogen has recently discovered the identity of her father. Miles has recently discovered that his ex-wife’s husband should be behind bars. My Synopsis: 19-year old Gabriel Webb ends up in jail for starting a fire in an abandoned train signal station. The burnt body of a man found in the building makes it manslaughter. Gabriel is not prepared for prison, and a man named Asher is about to make it a really unpleasant experience. An elderly couple are savagely beaten and killed, their murder plastered over the web for all to see. There seems to be no motive for the crime. Imogen and Adrian enlist the help of Gary Tunney, the police forensic computer technician, to look into the couple’s financial situation, and that of their son, the sole beneficiary. What he finds is perplexing. Gary has also been secretly looking into Dominic’s business activity for Adrian. Dominic is the sleaze married to Adrian’s ex. That information is somewhat perplexing as well. Their new boss, DCI Mira Kapoor is still an unknown entity. Neither Imogen nor Adrian know whether they can trust her. They’ve both been burned by their superiors before. Meanwhile. Imogen knows her relationship with Dean, an ex-con, would be frowned upon by the force, and probably affect her chance of promotion, but she’s not sure she cares right now. She is aware, however, that she will have to make a decision soon. She worries about his propensity towards violence and hopes that is in the past. Adrian, too, has found someone. It’s been a long time since he has felt like this. My Opinions: First, it is important you read the first two books before jumping into this one. I love the relationship that is building between Imogen and Adrian. They are really starting to rely on each other. It feels like a true friendship. I like how part of the story is told from Gabriel’s perspective, as a first-time offender in a prison environment. I think the author showed his fears and reactions to his situation quite well. Everything felt very real. This book really ties up some loose ends from previous books, but still left the reader with the question “but what happens next?” There are a lot of characters in this, but due to the smooth writing, everything is clear. Katrina Diamond writes exceptional prose, with deep characters, wonderful plots, and enough twists that you have to pay attention. I highly recommend this series!
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