ABOUT THE BOOK
A deadly game. An unstoppable killer. The perfect alibi.
Lucy Anderson is late collecting her daughter from nursery. A mistake that could prove fatal.
Her daughter is gone and there is only one way Lucy can get her back. The ransom is simple, she has to kill someone…
And this is just the beginning. A deadly game with a domino effect has started as the real killer forces others to do his bidding.
Can detective inspector Hannah Robbins find the killer’s next puppet before they’re forced to strike or will this be the case where her opponent has found the perfect way to kill?
Pick up Kill For Me for impossible choices and moral dilemmas and see where you would fall.
For fans of Peter James and Angela Marsons
How far would you go for your child?
Lucy didn’t even need to think about it. As far as was needed… She moved closer to the window and stared out at her car. Yes, this was the way she could do it. She was going to kill someone with her car.
What started out as revenge on one person turns into a chess game where one victim is manipulated into killing the next and so on. The way the protagonist manipulates his victims is pure evil. Can DI Hannah and her crew save the next victim and stop the carnage before it’s too late?
This is Book 5 of the series but can be read on its own. Though it is my introduction to the series, I chose to read it because of the interesting plot. I enjoyed the suspense and the ticking clock scenario; however, I felt the odds of so many people in such a short amount of time being controlled to kill a perfect stranger was uncompelling.
DI Hannah is very likable especially when she helps her partner by clearing up a misunderstanding with her boss. Also, when I think I know who the culprit is early on, the author places doubts in my mind so I’m guessing until the end. The sign of a good mystery.
Thank you to Ms. Bradley for giving me the opportunity to review this book with no expectations of a positive review given.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rebecca Bradley is a retired police detective. She lives in the UK with her family and her two cockapoo’s Alfie and Lola, who keep her company while she writes. Rebecca needs to drink copious amounts of tea to function throughout the day and if she could, she would survive on a diet of tea and cake while committing murder on a regular basis, in her writing of course.
She writes the DI Hannah Robbins police procedural series and has also released a standalone novel, Dead Blind, about a cop who acquires prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness.
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