Josie is getting back to her job as a Detective after a major trauma. She is hoping that the reintroduction will be slow and steady rather than
being thrust in. On a personal visit to the cemetery she did not expect to find a woman sitting by a gravestone seemingly just sitting there but
in reality murdered and brought there.
The victim has been someone who faced tragedy along with a few other parents. Five children died in a school bus crash in the little town where Josie
lives and life has never been the same for any of them. Marriages have crumbled, lives destroyed and the parents just exist day to day. The search
for justice has to go on and when more victims pile up Josie and her team realise that though the common factor is the bus crash, there is much
more beneath the simmering anger and resentment and there are many victims here and many suspects.
Typical to this author the book is a suspense laden, page turning read. The deductions and procedures followed meticulous and the investigations
Sent by Bookouture for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.
I love this series. I just finished the sixth one and can't wait to read the next. :)ReplyDelete
I haven't read this series, but it sounds good, and I might look for the first one.ReplyDelete