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  • Utterly Gripping

    Lottie's son, Sean goes to a party at the home of Lucy McAllister to celebrate the end of their exams and school year. Hannah, Lucy's friend is also there. Later, DI Lottie Parker and her team are called in to investigate the murder of seventeen-year-old Lucy. Sean had left at midnight when Lucy went to pick him up, and Hannah can't seem to remember much about anything. Lucy's right-hand man and boyfriend DS Mark Boyd is away in Spain where he is getting to know Sergio, the son that his ex-wife, Jackie has just recently told him he has. Can Lottie crack the case? Dark, chilling and utterly gripping, the plotline in The Guilty Girl is a busy one. The super-talented Patricia Gibney handles everything with her usual expertise making this novel extremely difficult to leave even for five minutes. Will The Guilty Girl keep you guessing as it did me? Very highly recommended, I still really need to catch up on the instalments I've missed. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Bookouture via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Fast paced read

    The Guilty Girl is one of those books that just shouts one more chapter , just one more and before you know it, its almost dawn. The Guilty Girl hooks you from page one and the bodies begin to pile up. Lottie and her team are desperately trying to solve who killed the teenage girl at her own house after a party that it seemed everyone was at including Lottie's son. Things always go somewhat awry for Lottie but she gets the job done after some heart breaking murders. This is book 11 in the series but you could easily read it as a stand alone but I guarantee you will head back to book 1 . I cant wait to see what chaos Lottie and Boyd face next . I will be first in line

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  • Excellent suspense👍

    So many threads to untangle!😊 This Lottie Parker murder mystery kept me confused and off balance -- in a good way -- right through to the exciting climax. Though I had correct suspicions about the main villain of the piece, I never guessed at the true scope of the web of criminal activity and wickedness that Parker has to uncover. And she and her team succeed in a matter of just a few days which means the pace is fast and never lets up. I like that some of the complications of Lottie's home life are exposed but don't take the focus away from the investigation. This is a series and author that I will keep returning to. Thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for sharing a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest opinion.

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  • Another thriller!

    Loved it couldn't put it down until I was done! Already looking forward to the next Lottie Parker thriller.

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  • A very good addition to a very good series

    The latest instalment in Patricia Gibney's series featuring Irish detective Lottie Parker and her team investigating the death of Lucy, a wealthy teen-aged girl, after a party at her home. When a teenaged boy who was at the party is also found dead, soon followed by the death of his younger sister, the investigators recognize that there's a serious crime conspiracy in the area. The team discovers that several individuals known to Lucy and her family are involved in drug smuggling as well as the abuse of girls and young women. A well-crafted mystery.

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