I have been reading a really great series of books by Joy Ellis. I have only recently found her books by browsing through Amazon and I am so glad that I did, they are a great read.
I have been lucky enough to read her last two on Net Galley in exchange for a review; actually I am reading her current one Killer on The Fens right now and I’m really enjoying it. This book is currently 95 Cents on the Kindle store so it is well worth spending a Dollar to give this author a go.
The series is getting better as the books go on the characters are developing and forging relationships and as you get to know them the more you like them. The storylines are interesting and keep me engaged right through to the end of the book.
If you enjoy a mystery thriller I can recommend this author, all 4 have been a great read.
After yesterday’s post re me whinging that I didn’t know what to read I had a trawl through the Kindle store and discovered Michael Fowler. Michael, where have you been all my life? I started reading Heart of the Demon and I am LOVING it! There are three more in the series, Cold Death, Secrets of the Dead and Coming, Ready or Not. I have downloaded those as well. I also got the first book in a new series called Scream, You Die. I have plenty of good reading material now.
It feels really refreshing to have found a new favourite author, I think I was getting bored hence my struggle to choose a book.
Here is a synopsis of Heart of the Demon: –
Detective Sergeant Hunter Kerr and his partner DC Grace Marshall are called to the scene of a brutal slaying; the victim is a 14 year-old girl. The killer has been disturbed but he has left behind a puzzle. What is the significance of the marks gouged into the girl’s torso and why has a playing card been left with the body?
As Barnwell Major Investigation Team struggle to resolve the mystery they are confronted with another gruesome discovery; the mummified remains of a teenage girl are unearthed from the slurry of a former colliery site. This corpse bears all the hallmarks of the first slaying and yet this body has been buried for well over a decade.
They soon realise that a savage killer is stalking Yorkshire, preying on young girls, and with the discovery of the bodies comes a series of revelations about the past.
For Detective Sergeant Hunter Kerr and his team, the race against time to prevent further murders is complicated by the fact that several of his men have been involved on the periphery of earlier crimes, without even knowing it. And as the death toll mounts as more bodies are unearthed and new victims succumb to the murderer’s sick appetites, he finds that this case comes very close to home.
Very close indeed…