REVIEW OF NEW AND COMING SOON RELEASE MURDER OF A LOVER

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MURDER OF A LOVER
DI HILLARY GREENE 13
FAITH MARTIN
Mystery and Thriller
Joffe Books crime, thriller and mystery
18 Jun 2018

Oh, come on, has Hillary lost her mojo since doing that early retirement stint, what lazy kind of policing is this, now you have a stalker going at you and all you can do is get like a lame duck, shocks man, you killing me here. Although the storyline is a great one, taking two books to catch this stalker isn’t cutting it with me. Don’t get me wrong Hillary is still a strong character, just a bit lame right now, I guess she is still in limbo about her choices. Now as much as the characters are great, it seems like the stalker is in charge of this book. It feels like this book is missing a few more vibrant characters, to give it that old excitement that grips you, hey, don’t mind my ranting, I’m still a fan and look forward to the next and please no more cliffhangers argh, they just kill my appetite.

DETECTIVE HILLARY GREENE IS SOLVING THE COLD CASES NO ONE ELSE COULD CRACK.

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PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A REVISED EDITION OF A BOOK FIRST PUBLISHED AS “A NARROW MARGIN OF ERROR.” 

Ten years ago, Rowan Thompson was found stabbed to death with a pair of scissors in his student house. It turns out that Rowan was quite a lover, with many disgruntled partners left in his wake.
But did any of them have a strong enough motive to murder him?

Meanwhile. Hillary’s stalker is getting more aggressive with his messages and flowers. And it looks like he may be much, much worse than she thought.

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Has Hillary finally bitten off more than she can chew?

Hillary Greene has returned to Thames Valley Police HQ, acting as a consultant for the Crime Review Team, looking into murders which the police have never been able to solve.

She wasn’t sure she wanted to go back. But solving crimes is irresistible for Hillary Greene. And it doesn’t hurt that her new boss is devastatingly handsome.

This is a crime mystery full of well-observed characters, which will have you gripped from start to the absolutely thrilling conclusion.

MURDER OF A LOVER is the thirteenth a series of page-turning crime thrillers set in Oxfordshire.

THE LOCATION
Number 8 Kebler Road is a three-story house in a typical leafy road in Oxford, near South Park. Victorian terraces face each other across the narrow street, whose pavements are interspersed with strategically placed lime trees. Keble College, an unmistakable building of red and white brick is the dominant feature. Quiet, pleasant, it’s in one of the city’s many attractive areas, and dedicated mainly to student digs and private residential properties.

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THE DETECTIVE
DI Hillary Greene
An attractive, single woman nearing the landmark age of fifty, Hillary Greene was a police officer of many years’ experience (earning the rank of DI) and came up through the ranks. Consequently, she knew how the system worked, and was always fiercely loyal to the force without being blinkered to its faults. Forced to retire early through no fault of her own, she has now returned to the force as a civilian consultant on cold cases. She still enjoys a rather enigmatic relationship with the wily Commander Marcus Donleavy, but it is her new boss, the very attractive Steven Crayle, who is likely to cause her the most problems now!

 


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