Working dogs have always fascinated me. I think its amazing how they train and then are able to do such a fantastic Job. So I was looking forward to reading this book as not only does it have the Detective we also have his faithful K9 friend along side him.
This is the first book I have read from this author, and I really did enjoy it.
Corruption in the police force. Drug dealers, kidnappers, bombers. This book has it all. And its down to Mike Winters and his trusted friend Falcon the dog, to catch these criminals.
There seem to be very few people who Mike trusts in his job, and as the story progresses you can see why. He's probably right to only have a handful of people he can trust. But luckily for him those he can trust are right there with him when needed.
I really did enjoy this book, and once I started it I really couldn't put it down. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
I received a review copy of this book, and away from the story it took me a while to get my head around a few things, there seemed to be no space between some of the paragraphs and a lot of the words had no spaces between them, so it took me a little longer to read as I had to keep getting me head around what was being said. That apart, the story was great. And i'm sure this has been put right for the Kindle edition.
In the second book of the action-packed K9 Blue series, Dog Squad Officer Mike Winters and his best mate Falcon are off the leash and ready for their wildest chase yet.
Crime-fighting police hero and part-time hell-raiser Mike Winters loves a good challenge. He and his loyal dog Falcon are an unstoppable duo when it comes to tracking down criminals and bringing them to justice, sometimes in very creative ways. But now there's one crook on their radar who keeps managing to stay a step ahead. When kidnappings and drug busts escalate to an international scale, it's clear this is no ordinary enemy.
Meanwhile as an ever expanding web of corruption clings to every corridor of the police department, Mike must think quick and act quicker to make sure he's not caught up in the mayhem.
Also by this author.
Remember me this way
I was eager to give this book a try, i had heard a few friends and fellow bloggers talking about it. And thought it sounded quite good.
The book shifts between the past which seems to relate to the husband Zach telling his story, and the present, which is where Lizzie grieves the husband she lost a year ago in a car accident.
Lizzie was about to split up from Husband Zach before his accident which leads to his death and is grateful he never got to read the letter that she wrote and posted to him before he died.
It seems that Zach was somewhat a controlling, husband. and now a year on from the fatal accident she is only just coming to terms with things, that has allowed her to visit the spot on where the accident happened. And his Cornish home which is where she had sent him the letter.
But as Lizzie is grieving and trying to come to terms with things, she also now suspects that he may still be alive. Could Zach actually have faked his own death, or is grief playing a very difficult game with Lizzie's mind.
Can Lizzie overcome grief and move on or is there something else that is going to stop her getting over the death.
This books keeps you thinking and guessing all the way through. And there are a number of twists and turns throughout the book. It does make you think to how you would manage in certain situations, what you would do if you found yourself in the same position as Lizzie.
It's a very well written book, and will look forward to reading more from this author.
Remember Me This Way
by Sabine Durrant
The new, brilliantly tense psychological thriller by Sabine Durrant, author of the hugely praised UNDER YOUR SKIN.
Everyone keeps telling me I have to move on. And so here I am, walking down the road where he died, trying to remember him the right way.
A year after her husband Zach's death, Lizzie goes to lay flowers where his fatal accident took place.
As she makes her way along the motorway, she thinks about their life together. She wonders whether she has changed since Zach died. She wonders if she will ever feel whole again.
At last she reaches the spot. And there, tied to a tree, is a bunch of lilies. The flowers are addressed to her husband. Someone has been there before her.
Lizzie loved Zach. She really did.
But she's starting to realise she didn't really know him.
Or what he was capable of . .
Sabine Durrant is the author of Having It and Eating It and The Great Indoors, and two books for teenage girls, Cross Your Heart, Connie Pickles and Ooh La La! Connie Pickles. Her first psychological thriller Under Your Skin was published in 2013. She is a former features editor of the Guardian and a former literary editor at the Sunday Times, and her writing has appeared in many national newspapers and magazines. She lives in south London with her partner and their three children.
This is the first book i have read by this Author. Frédérique Molay.
This is the first book in the Paris Homicide series and has been translated into English.
We meet Nico Sirsky head of Chief of police fresh from a Dr's appointment for a suspected ulcer and instructions to rest.
Obviously in his line of work rest isn't an option for him and as he is called to the scene of a murder rest is not something he's going to get.
Marie Helene Jory - 36 assistant professor of history at the Sorbonne has been killed, murdered in her own home.
A particularly shocking scene awaits the officers.
It's soon clear after body number 2 shows up that the first killing was not a one off and we have a serial killer on the loose.
A message left at one for the scenes States 7 Days 7 Women. Can the team figure out who is behind the killing and why before any more bodies turn up.
It soon becomes clear that the killer is leaving personal messages for Nico, but why and can he figure out why before it becomes to personal.
Overall the book was an enjoyable read and I would probably read more in this series to see where things head.
Musings of a 20-something mom and the perils of being a mommy blogger.
The beginning of this book, i just found it brilliantly funny. I normally read mainly crime fiction but fancied a bit of a change, and it certainly was different.
No nonsense and told as it is. a blogging mummy - well it just seems the norm nowadays if you have something to say then blog about it.
from the start I loved the straight forward "say it as it is" talk in this book, The humor was right up my street. I found myself stopping to re read pars of this to anyone who was a bout and would listen. I laughed out load and on more than one occasion thought oh i like that saying, i'll remember that one - then i'd find another lol.
As the book went on I found it a little repetitive in parts, but for something different to read it was an enjoyable easy read.
One of the largest trends among Moms today is to jump on the internet and immediately regurgitate all the magical, wonderful things their child has done in the past two hours to the first unsuspecting victim. Moms are everywhere; they've even taken over Blogging. Hundreds of blogs about how Fluffy got his first tooth, or Muffy said a new word. It's enough to make people want to vomit sugar.
I've been told that i'm not your typical mom, and my blog is not your typical blog; I've even been called the "Eminem of Mommy Blogging”, honest, blunt, and usually vulgar. This book is my experiences and stories as I ventured through the Mommy Blogging world, trying to make light of some disgusting situations, and it wasn't always pretty. I had to learn the hard way that blatant honesty may not always be the best policy... not if you want to keep your kids.
"Musings of a 20-something Mom" is a lesson on how NOT to blog, unless you want to piss off your friends, family, and get a pack of crazies chasing after you; and a reminder that when it comes to parenting, there's always going to be someone out there saying "you're doing it wrong!
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We have in this book a professor who has been having a relationship with a student. Something I guess that could never truly go right. Especially as the professor is married.
The student who doesn’t want out of the relationship when the professor does, She ends up at his house, shouting to him and his wife. One thing leads to another and she ends up getting hit and killed by a car.
This book then goes on to show how lives are and can be changed when tragedy strikes.
This really wasn’t my kind of book. Although very well written which is why I gave 3 stars and not 2. The book itself just wasn’t for me at all.
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