BOOK REVIEW LITTLE BONES BY SAM BLAKE

Attending what seems to be a routine break In , troubled detective garda Cathy connolly makes a grisly discovery; an old wedding dress-and concealed in its hem ,a baby’s bones.

And then the dress’s original owner, Lavinia grant is found dead in a Dublin suburb.

Searching for answers, cathy is drawn deep into a complex web of secrets and lies spun by three generations of women.

Meanwhile, a fugitive killer has already two dead in execution style killings across the Atlantic and now he’s in Dublin with old scores to settle. Will the team track him down before he kills again?

Struggling with her own secrets ,Cathy doesn’t know how dangerous -and personal-this case is about to become…..


Firstly a big thank you to Emily for my copy to review.

I whizzed through this and am highly impressed that this is a debut!

Written with a fresh voice in the genre of crime fiction it will be hard to put down.

Even the title and blurb lure you in , quite gruesome to read about baby’s bones.

A great mix of characters and especially liked the detective who is going through some personal matters but still determined to be the best at her job. A highly strong careers driven independent woman.

Addictive and shocking and full of mystery.  , I cannot wait to read more from this author .

Published 23rd February

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