Friday, 26 June 2015

Time of Death by Mark Billingham

Time of Death (Tom Thorne,#13)Time of Death by Mark Billingham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars



This has a lot of subject matter in here that I like reading about.

Abduction, missing people/children, and when someone bounces along and interferes in the investigation, always a treat to read, things just not going to plan.

This book has quite a lot of love in it, the characters are very close and very connected, They care about each other.

There is intrigue and there are nosy characters.

It is a fast paced read, fast plot and will keep you on your toes too because there are lots of suspects that you will be thinking "yes, its him"
"oh no, it can't be"

I thoroughly enjoyed this read and would like to say a special thank you to the author and to Little, Brown Book Group UK via Net Galley.

This really did keep me guessing until the very end.


The astonishing thirteenth Tom Thorne novel is a story of kidnapping, the tabloid press, and a frightening case of mistaken identity.Tom Thorne is on holiday with his girlfriend DS Helen Weeks, when two girls are abducted in Helen’s home town. When a body is discovered and a man is arrested, Helen recognizes the suspect’s wife as an old school-friend and returns home for the first time in twenty-five years to lend her support. As his partner faces up to a past she has tried desperately to forget and a media storm engulfs the town, Thorne becomes convinced that, despite overwhelming evidence of his guilt, the police have got the wrong man. There is still an extremely clever and killer on the loose and a missing girl who Thorne believes might still be alive.





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