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A man is found dead in his bed, suffocated, covered in confetti and with his ring finger missing. Detective Rachel King informs his daughter and takes her to identify the body. But she's never seen the man before in her life. 

What if you don't even know who the killer really wanted to murder? 

Then a second murder. This time a woman, Alison, also suffocated and with her finger severed and confetti strewn over her body. 

The team desperately search for a link before anyone else dies. 

Meanwhile, someone has been running a property scam, selling dream houses that will never be built. 

And the love of Rachel's life has disappeared. Is he really the mastermind of a people-trafficking gang? Or does Rachel have enemies on her own team? 

A mystery full of stunning twists and with no one Rachel can trust. 

©2019 Helen Durrant (P)2020 Audible, Ltd

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  • Trish R.
  • 16-02-2020

Okay story and narration..

Good murder mystery, with several murders and 2 separate cases. Rachel was a good cop, even though she jumped to too many conclusions or refused to listen to Jed McAteer when he tried to explain something important to her. And, to tell you the truth, I thought Mark Kenton was going to be her love interest. I was also surprised at who the bad cop was. Over all, a good book.

No swearing and no sex.

As to the narration: Lucy Price-Lewis was just okay for me. Her male voices could have been better.

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  • denise hughes
  • 06-08-2020

Wrong victim

Omg it can't end here! Wow you have to write more of Rachel King and gang, I wanna know how Johnny elwyn a d lazy Amy get on, as well as the lady herself!
There's bound to be more juicy crime and personal stories that can be thought up
Pleeeeeeeeasssssse?

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  • Stewart Webb
  • 26-06-2020

Good Procedial

This is part of series. I would start with book one. Enjoyed them both thoughally. well read and the stories whilst being a bit far fetched (DNA results in minutes for instance!) I still enjoyed it. Easy to follow, must be because I'm useless at following plots. Also almost no gore or icky bits which I hate. The lead character is likeable as are most of the force in this book. I would reccomend. But start with book one...

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  • deb
  • 12-02-2020

disjointed, boring

To be fair,I'm sorry to say I couldn't get further than a few chapters. So this is not a review of the whole book. I found myself having to re-read passages , not due to a complex tale, just because no interest and confusion of characters & frankly boring conversations. It lacked any intrigue or intelligent plot .
Just a matter of preference.

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  • Esther
  • 17-02-2021

I want more!

The 3rd book is superb and leaves you wanting more. Rachel is a great detective and I hope this is not the last of her work and life.

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