When Julia Seagrove is found dead, a name carved into her body, old memories are stirred up for DI Hal Luchewski. The name is that of a murdered sex offender and the man who killed him, convicted in Hal's first ever murder case, has just been released from prison. As he digs deeper, Hal discovers multiple links between Dr Seagrove, the recently released killer Nino Gaudiano, and Nino's long-missing daughter Louisa. Hal must tread a fine line as he digs into the secrets of several people involved in both cases and time is running out. Meanwhile, Hal's convoluted personal life is strained, as his relationship with boyfriend Stevie is on the rocks and he has to deal with revelations about his world-famous father....
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Ticked all my crime novel boxes & some
I want More!
All the main, and even a few of the hardly mentioned peripheral characters, from the the first book in the series. They all have a background and are what they are. I really do care about pretty much all of them, which is unusual for me, as I am mostly far more scathing than emphatic where a writers characters are concerned, as they are often too stereotypical, or simply just annoying.
He is the best. Could listen to him reading a bus timetable.
Message for Mark Lock: Now what do I get? Will probably download the new Lisa Gardener, but would prefer a Brit author read by Thornley. Will get more business work done, but no longer the ironing or the dishwasher as wont be so caught up that I do all sorts of inane stuff, to have the excuse as to why I have my earphones in..husband & children may be a bit happier but I wont......Much more Hal, et al please and soon, to satisfy this persons voracious appetite for good Brit crime novels, that aren't basically Mills & Boon (at worst '50 Shades' etc - rubbish) with the odd murder thrown in to expand the "audience". Please also keep Thornley, as he is fab.