Made To Be Broken by Rebecca Bradley @RebeccaJBradley

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Book Description:

A rising death toll. A city in panic.

When a previously healthy woman is found dead in her home, Detective Inspector Hannah Robbins finds herself set against a father driven by his anger and whose grief knows no bounds. 

Six months after their last big case, Hannah is still haunted by the events of that night. As her team struggle, Hannah’s leadership skills are questioned. 

With the body count climbing and the city of Nottingham in social meltdown, the team finds themselves in a deadly race against a serial killer determined to prove a point.

And Hannah finds herself targeting an individual with whom she has more in common than she could possibly know.

My Thoughts:

Made To Be Broken is the second book in the Detective Inspector Hannah Robbins series. I highly recommend reading them in order to get full enjoyment from this novel as I feel readers will benefit from having read the previous book prior to this one.

What a case for Hannah and her team to find themselves working on. The pressure is very much on and at one point, I was thinking this may be one criminal who could potentially get away with murder!

The story flicks between the killer and Hannah and her team as they work their socks off to try and find some clues into solving the case. It definitely humanized the killer. I had a lot of empathy for him but no way could I condone what they were doing.

Made To Be Broken had me literally gripped from page one. Hats off to the author for coming up with an ingenious plot line as I really thought it was very clever and it really does make this book stand out. A very cleverly plotted crime novel that will have you racing through the pages. Can’t wait to read more in the series.

Made To be Broken is available to purchase from Amazon. (Please note that link used is an affiliate link).

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