From NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Justice series, M A Comley, who has sold over three million books worldwide to date.
Murder is on the cards…
And someone with a sinister agenda emerges from the shadows.
Detective Inspector Sara Ramsey and her team have a tough case to solve when a farmer’s car explodes, killing his wife.
Was this a simple accident? Or is there something far more malevolent afoot? If so, who could possibly be responsible?
Recent threats against the farmer surface, which throws the investigation into a spin.
The community is in shock and fearing for their lives in this fast-paced thriller, where clues are minimal and the tension is high.
Detective Sara Ramsey and her team are back with another gripping new case.
This is a story that starts of with a bang, quite literally. As I have come to expect from this author, she sure knows how to grab her readers attention right from the off. The thrill and excitement does not stop there though as there are a few other shocks waiting in the pipeline.
Sara is someone who is willing to give people a chance and not jumping to any conclusions. While everyone seems to be losing their heads, she keeps her cool. I’m really enjoying Carla’s character as I was very much inline with her thinking. They work great together as a team with Carla being the slightly more hot headed one and and less forgiving than Sara.
The author yet again focuses on the case rather than the main characters personal lives which makes this book easy to read as a standalone. I loved the pacing and tension and I devoured it all in one afternoon.
Cold Mercy is a story that has tensions running high. It’s an addictive, unputdownable read that had me racing towards the ending. The ending made me quite melancholy at how low some people can go but it’s realistic as to what measures some killers will go to. Whilst my suspicions did turn out to be correct, it didn’t lessen the enjoyment and how the police work together in closing in on the killer. Overall an edge of your seat read that will have your heart racing.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.