A woman's body lies in the road. At first it looks like a tragic accident. But when Helen Grace arrives on the scene it's clear she's looking at a coldblooded killing. But why would anyone target a much loved wife and mother?
She Loves Me Not
Across town, a shopkeeper is killed while his customers are left unharmed. But what lies behind the killer's choices?
She Loves Me
Who lives? Who dies? Who's next? The clock is ticking.
She Loves Me Not
If Helen can't solve this deadly puzzle then more blood will be shed. But any mistake and it might be her own ...
Here we are back with the superb Helen Grace. Book 7, I recently had a big catch up with this series, and I have to say it’s one of the best book series I’ve read. I have enjoyed each and every single book, and just when you think they can’t get any better, out pops another Jaw dropper.
If you have not caught up with this series yet, and have not read the last book yet, then please don’t continue with reading this review as it could spoil things for you.
We kick off with action and this action continues the whole way through this books, I certainly enjoyed reading it.
The start of the book sees Sonia, a probation office on her way to work, where she is flagged down by someone who looks to have been involved in an accident. Only to end up being killed.
Helen Grace is also on her way to work, riding her new bike, a Kawasaki Ninja, which she has bought after receiving a hefty compensation pay out for wrongly being arrested and then sent to prison last year. She gave the rest of her compensation money to a local children’s charity – this just made me like Helen even more.
So as I was saying on her way to work Helen notices someone lying in the road and pulls to a stop to help the lady, it’s clear as soon as Helen see’s her, this hasn’t been just a road accident, the lady has been shot, but there is no sign of a car. The only one Helen saw is the one that nearly knocked her off her bike earlier up the road.
Shortly after this, it appears there is an incident at a pharmacists, could this be linked, is the death toll about to rise?
Can Helen and her team connect the dots and figure out who the killer or killers are and what their motive for killing is before it’s to late?
This book takes place over a 24 hour period. OH WHAT A DAY!
What a story. This for me has got to be one of M.J. Arlidge best books yet.
It’s gripping, fast, frenzied, breath taking, thrilling it’s one hell of a read with a good few OMG moments, I was hooked from the beginning right up to the last page.
It’s exciting and scary at the same time, my god I need a week’s holiday after reading that.