Valerie Riggs lets the coin rule her life. Every decision is based upon a game of chance, even the decision to kill. She trusts the coin to keep her safe … it’s never let her down.
DS Khenan Malice is called to attend a clear case of suicide. But all is not what it seems. Then his world is turned upside down by a casual remark. The worst thing is … the remark comes from his seven-year-old daughter.
DC Kelly Pietersen is close to breaking point. The ghosts of recent events won’t leave her alone. She’s about to snap and someone is going to get hurt.
Valerie is always one step ahead … the coin knows best.
This is a great book but for full enjoyment I would recommend reading the previous book in the series before starting this one. Even though the author does go over previous events, I think readers would benefit more from reading them for themselves in Twinkle Twinkle Little Lies.
Rob Ashman is an author who grabs you by the throat and does not let you go until you are suddenly cast aside at the end. He also leaves you desperate for more, so just be warned! I don’t know what it is but nothing beats a serial killer more than a female one. I suppose it’s because it’s usually dominated by men so it’s quite refreshing for a female to play that role and the author is one who can create the most twisted of characters.
I loved that Valerie makes her decisions on the toss of a coin. I felt slightly guilt for being disappointed if the coin didn’t fall a certain way which saved a victims life. It’s fiction though and where would the fun be without a murder or two? We also get to see more of Malice and Pieterson and things are not going great for either of them. Pieterson for one is struggling with her mental health and dealing with her actions whilst Malice is having to deal with someone new being in his ex’s and daughters life.
Heads Or Tails is another fast paced, compulsive read of which after how it ends, I am desperate for the next book in the series. I need it now! It’s yet another dark, twisted and in part gruesome read which did not fail to shock and surprise me. I blooming well loved it! This is a must read series for readers who love their crime thrillers on the very dark side. Highly recommended!
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.