Ryan’s most explosive case yet…
It’s been five months since a killer walked free and DCI Ryan is preparing to leave Newcastle to hunt him down – this time, for good.
But Ryan’s plans are scuppered when events take a dramatic turn and he is forced to stay and face his past one last time, or watch a friend suffer the consequences.
Amid the chaos, another killer is preparing to strike. When the Tyne Bridge explodes, Ryan’s team are faced with a frantic race to uncover a deadly foe who won’t stop until every bridge is burned, along with everybody on it…
Murder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast-paced crime whodunit set amidst the spectacular Northumbrian landscape.
This is going to be a hard review to write as I really don’t want to give any spoilers away.
Stories don’t get more shocking than the beginning of this book. When you’ve read it, you will know what I mean. I had very mixed emotions about the incident in question and I couldn’t get those pages turned quick enough to see how Ryan was going to resolve it.
Not only is Ryan faced with trying to help out a friend he is also working a very dangerous case to do with bomb threats. Due to the possible threat of innocents being killed, this really is a matter of urgency of which you can feel it throughout the story.
There really is a mixture of everything going off in this book. It is also one very much about different relationships which in part makes for some emotional reading.
Seven Bridges is an extremely tense, page turner of a read. With a story that hits the ground running, it really does make for an unputdownable read that is guaranteed to be a huge hit with fans of the series. The author certainly does not disappoint and leaves the readers desperate for more. Another brilliant read.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
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