Today I am delighted to be sharing my review of Perfect Prey, the second book in the DI Luc Callanach series by Helen Fields. Once again, this was an audio book for me, finished off in ebook format when I got home from my whirlwind trip up to … Edinburgh. Well. Seemed appropriate really. I’ll be sharing my thoughts in just a moment, but first, here is what the book is about.
The Official Book Blurb
Welcome to Edinburgh. Murder capital of Europe.
In the middle of a rock festival, a charity worker is sliced across the stomach. He dies minutes later. In a crowd of thousands, no one saw his attacker.
The following week, the body of a primary school teacher is found in a dumpster in an Edinburgh alley, strangled with her own woollen scarf.
D.I. Ava Turner and D.I. Luc Callanach have no leads and no motive – until around the city, graffitied on buildings, words appear describing each victim.
It’s only when they realise the words are being written before rather than after the murders, that they understand the killer is announcing his next victim…and the more innocent the better.