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Where the Innocent Die: 4 Paperback – 23 July 2020
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- Publisher : Canelo (23 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1788638026
- ISBN-13 : 978-1788638029
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 2.3 x 19.8 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 387,891 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This time, the plot centres around the suspicious death of a young woman at the Wilmslow Immigrant Removal Centre. At first, the death looks like suicide, but Ridpath isn’t so sure. What follows is a rich and compelling mystery that highlights the precarious plight of so many people locked up in immigration centres across the UK – their powerlessness is a sharp contrast to the power wielded by the people running these grim places.
Loved the references to Ridpath’s backstory, and the insights into his personal life. Like everything else in the novel, this is finally balanced so the reader is always wanting just a little bit more.
A fantastic read from a hugely talented author. Highly recommended.
Tom Ridpath draws the short straw, yet again purely because, I believe the coroner is becoming more and more convinced that no one gets though the nitty gritty and to the truth quite like Ridpath does, which is her own personal aim, even when certain people are out to poison his maverick actions and thinking!
I love this series and currently reading them one after another to catch up with the authors releases. They are a mixture of police procedural, science and pathology, personal lives a great deal of common sense, intuition and deduction.
There's some grave goings on around immigration and money which is highly toxic, cruelty is common place which makes it extremely difficult to get to the truth,but Ridpath is like a dog with a bone, nothing will halt his quest to dig out the truth and point the finger at those who are guilty and those hiding in the shadows!
Great writing as always with this author's work, recommended reading for crime fiction lovers!
I totally recommend these books and have got a new author in my 'favourites' list.