Top positive review
Thoroughly enjoyable read.
4 August 2019
Original review for paperback version is missing
Greatly entertaining read once again, with the introduction of our wonderfully colourful EDD man, McNab.
Having read all the books and going back to replace missing reviews, I know how important his character will be going forward.
This time the murders committed are hitting close to home and making Summerset look the guilty party.
Due to connections with Roarke and Summersets past, we have Roarke taking Eve home to Dublin.
Eve and Roarke are getting better at balancing their lives and Eve makes the statement to her boss that Roarke comes before the job.
We get a nice personally emotional moment between them too.
Summerset and Eve also end this book on a totally different playing field due to Eve being herself.
Was terribly sad about Marlena.
Without giving anything away, there is a totally unhinged religious nutcase whom I hope never sees daylight again.
My only complaint is; At the end when Summerset had been released on bail, my first thought was the killer would go after him at home. Neither Roark nor Eve thought of that, probably due to thinking the house is a fortress.
On to the next book.