- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 958 KB
- Print Length: 400 pages
- Publisher: Quercus (31 Jan. 2013)
- Source: Purchased from Amazon uk
Crime reporter Rosie Gilmour has learned to be tough. The places she's been and the stories she's covered, she's had to be.
Her experience stands her in good stead for a grisly new investigation: the body of a refugee in a Glasgow canal, missing limbs and vital organs.
He's not the first person to go missing - are there vigilantes at work or is there something far more sinister going on? It's up to Rosie to find out - but will what she discovers leave her with murder on her hands?
Just how the Hell did I end up so far behind on this series of books. On the plus side though I now have all the others to read.
An easy 5* read for me.
For this story Rosie Gilmore #SuperJourno is investigating a missing refugee, after speaking with his friend Rosie thinks something isn't quite right and offers to see what she can find out. In typical Rosie style, every time she finds something out, she manages to get her self deeper into a story and deeper into trouble. It soon becomes clear to Rosie that there is a lot more going on and there is a reason these refugees are going missing.
Is there anything this woman wont do for a story? Rosie really does have a knack of getting herself into the thick of it and trouble just seems to follow her. She's certainly a woman on a mission, a bit like a dog with a bone. One sniff of a juicy story and she's all over it.
I have really enjoyed getting to know Rosie, and we see a little more of her home life/love life in this book. It's going to be interesting to see what happens to Rosie in future books, and I really cant wait to get stuck into the rest of them.
Anna Smith has certainly outdone herself in this book, A first class Page Turner.