“What would you do if your most intimate secrets got into the wrong hands?”Set in modern day Cumbria, I Know Your Secret is a police thriller in which a priest is found crucified to the stone floor of his church. Fearing more attacks on the clergy, DI John Campbell and his team of misfits race to find the killer before he strikes again.
Meanwhile, DI Harry Evans, spends his days attending the trial of his wife’s rapist and his nights interfering in the investigation.
Can they catch the killer before he strikes again?
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I would like to thank Graham and Caffeine Nights Publishing for an ARC of this book.
I'd also like to thank Noelle over at CrimebookJunkie for offering me the chance to be part of this tour. Noelle has played a big part in the organisation of this blog tour, so i'd like to say Cheers for introducing me to Graham's books. Another series of books I've gotten into and love.
Well we are back in Cumbria with Harry and crew. Harry has a lot on his mind at the moment, he has a big court case to attend, which is very personal to him. And he's nearing the end of his police career, which is something he doesn't want to happen.
Taking over from Harry will be DI John Campbell. I like John and I think I could get used to him, but he's not Harry. lol. And for some reason that's what I keep thinking when I'm reading about him.
This story is started with a dead priest, and by that I mean a dead murdered priest, not for the faint hearted this book, but it starts with a punch and ends with punch. It had me gripped from the start and I not only wanted to keep going, I needed to keep going.
There are many twist in this story, as you think the book is going off in one direction, I found it slowly winding it's way into the last part of the story to, before you know it, everything is fitting into place and all the dot's become joined. I loved the way it was all put together and made one hell of an interesting story.
Personally I would recommend you read the first book, as I feel it gives you more of an idea of what is going on, and the history of characters. You would probably get away with reading just this one, but as I say you would have a better understanding. And if you are going to read book one, Snatched From Home: then you may as well read The Major Crimes Team - Vol 1: Lines of Enquiry and Matching the Evidence: The Major Crimes Team - Vol 2 Both being short reads they help you get to know more of the characters individually rather than just as the team. And a also great reads so its win win.