Many thanks to Rachel and Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on this Blog Tour.
Ross Greenwood proved his mettle in writing police procedurals by giving another solid story. The author had a deft hand at giving me the creepiest of villains. This one had no soul.
A child misled by the mother, a few deaths and dual POV made this a chilling read. Another evil antagonist the cops DI Barton and his team had to battle against who continued to baffle them initially. This one had an added twist which neither the cops nor I saw it coming.
The chapters nearly alternated between the Soul Killer and DI Barton which gave me the complete view of the crimes from all angles. The story was quite slow and long winding which did reveal the killer mid way, and all that remained was a cat and mouse chase between the two.
A well plotted book which showed the family life of the cop and killer, the stroy kept me entertained over a lazy evening.
I received a free ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.
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‘Repent in this life, rejoice in the next…’
When a suicide devastates a happy family, they can’t accept their loved one would take his own life, so they ask the brilliant DI Barton to investigate. But with no obvious suspicious circumstances, the case is soon closed.
Shortly afterwards however, the family is rocked by another blow – this time a shocking accident. And when the remains of a man are found, and the victim has an odd connection to the same family, everything points to one suspect.
Barton and his team move quickly, and once the killer is behind bars, they can all breathe a sigh of relief. But death still lurks in the shadows, on the hunt for more souls.
How do you stop a killer that believes life is a rehearsal for eternity, and their future is worth more than yours…?
Publication Date: May 2020