Death Sentence sees D.I. Nick Dixon having to deal with not having Jane on the team at all anymore as she transferred along with trying to solve a case with no eyewitnesses can he do it?
Dead Level continues from Swansong where left off, Nick’s conduct in the previous case he placed on a cold case while disciplinary action is decided but due to the pressures that the department find themselves under with a high profile case will he be able to keep up with both cases?
Wicked Winters: A Limited Edition Holiday Collection was a pick up in the holiday season and I am only just getting around to reading it. If I am honest it was free and through the powers of Amazon I got an email about it because of the number of books I have read by Melanie Karsak unfortunately it is no longer available but here is what I thought about it just in case it comes back next holiday season.
Those Across the River by Christopher Buehlman sees Frank Nichols and his wife Eudora arrive in a sleepy Georgia town of Whitbrow to write a book about his ancestors but just like his relationship with his wife not all is as it seems in this town. Can he get his book written or will events unfold to stop him?
Swansong finds Nick going undercover as he is drafted onto a case that isn’t going anywhere because of his prior experience in the world of private education only to find out that he might have an even closer connection to the case than he thought.
Goodreads is the last social media I signed up to last year and while I’ve been moving away from social media for the most part even deleting some accounts Goodreads is here to stay.
Kickback by Damien Boyd sees Di Nick Dixon of Somerset and Avon Police force was thrown into another murder investigation before he has completely got over the last with an interesting twist the case this time. With a victim that could have multiple reasons why someone would want to kill him.
Head in the Sand by Damien Boyd is the second book in the Di Nick Dixon series and it continues from As the Crow Flies with Jane in Nick’s bed as he gets a call about a decapitated head in a bunker on a local golf course.
As The Crow Flies by Damien Boyd is the first book in the DI Nick Dixon series and it starts with Nick moving from the met police to a countryside detective for want of a better word. Where he is working on a case but hears that his old climbing partner has died while climbing and is asked to look into it by Jake’s parents.
The Pursuit of Aggression - The Rise, Terror and Fall of the Kray Twins by Christian Shakespeare is an in-depth view of the activities of the legendary Kray Twins.