Genre: Police Procedural


Book Review: The Stolen Girls by Patricia Gibney

Book Review: The Stolen Girls by Patricia Gibney

May 29, 2019 Book review 4 ★★★★½

The Stolen Girls by Patricia Gibney is book 2 of the brilliant Lottie Parker series. One thing you have to know is that I’m in LOVE with this series. I’ve been reading them back to back in audiobook format, and I’m quite possible obsessed. One night I even found myself… Read more »

Book Review: No Way Out by Cara Hunter

Book Review: No Way Out by Cara Hunter

April 26, 2019 Book review 2 ★★★★½

No Way Out by Cara Hunter makes it 3 in a row for this author. A hat trick of puzzling mysteries with red herrings and curve balls. I know I’m mixing up all my metaphors here but I’m just trying to impress on you how much I love this series…. Read more »

Book Review: The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey

Book Review: The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey

November 16, 2017 Book review 11 ★★★★½

Heads up to all fans of police procedural thrillers, Sarah Bailey is the new author in town, and she is one to watch!  I saw The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey by Instagram a few times, and it caught my eye with its intruguing tagline “A town of secrets waiting to… Read more »

Book Review: One Bad Turn by Sinead Crowley

Book Review: One Bad Turn by Sinead Crowley

June 2, 2017 Book review 6 ★★★★

One Bad Turn by Sinead Crowley is a deceptively twisty book, which I raced though eager to puzzle it all out.  And of course I was racing against the mind of Claire Boyle, the detective sergeant whose mind was also racing and her sleuthing skills quickly outpaced me.  I loved… Read more »

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

Book Review: The Trespasser by Tana French

October 20, 2016 Book review 13 ★★★★★

In a gritlit genre full of police procedural novels, Tana French’s books shine bright like diamonds.  They are not cheap imitations like so many others out there instead her talented writing showcases her novels as the real deal.  If you want clever, insightful crime fiction, then Tana is your author. First Line of The… Read more »