The Silent Girl (Review)

This instalment in the series felt a little too mystical for me, right from the outset. Maybe it’s just me, but when I read crime novels, I want to read realistic – if slightly overwrought – police fiction. If I wanted to read fantasy, I’d pick up a fantasy book.

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Last to Die (Review)

I feel like this book renewed my faith in this series. I was starting to feel like I didn’t connect with the characters as much, that things were getting a bit far-fetched, but Last to Die was more of a straightforward mystery, a crime to be solved, and with all my favourite characters working together on the case, I just had to keep turning the page.

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