Rewind, recap: Weekly update w/e 11/02/18

Jen Med's Book Reviews (7)

Work, work, work. That’s the story of my life these days. Well, apart from Monday afternoon. I took that as annual leave. But the rest of the week was boring, uneventful and painfully long … This was all I had to show from a full day’s graft on Thursday. CAn you tell what it is? Me either.

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#BlogTour: Perfect Death by Helen Fields @Helen_Fields @AvonBooksUK

Today it is my great pleasure to be sharing my thoughts on Perfect Death, the latest Luc Callanach novel by Helen Fields. Thanks to Sabah Khan at Avon for inviting me to be a part of the blog tour. I’ve really enjoyed reading (or listening) to the first two books in the series, so I couldn’t wait to read this one, and I wasn’t disappointed. Before we get to that, here’s what the book is all about.

PDThe Official Book Blurb

There’s no easy way to die…

Unknown to DI Luc Callanach and the newly promoted DCI Ava Turner, a serial killer has Edinburgh firmly in his grip. The killer is taking his victims in the coldest, most calculating way possible – engineering slow and painful deaths by poison, with his victims entirely unaware of the drugs flooding their bloodstream until it’s too late.

But how do you catch a killer who hides in the shadows? A killer whose pleasure comes from watching pain from afar? Faced with their most difficult case yet, Callanach and Turner soon realise they face a seemingly impossible task…

‘A very sinister premise and an intriguing killer’s voice. Highly recommended.’ James Oswald

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