From NY Times bestselling author M A Comley, author of the Justice series, who has sold over three million copies worldwide.
Murder comes at a painful price…
A heartless attack ends with a pensioner dying in her own home. DI Sara Ramsey and her team are tasked with solving this puzzling crime.
Within a few hours, another murder drops onto Sara’s desk, but the MO is totally different. Could the crimes be inextricably linked?
If so, why has the killer changed his methods?
With a surprising amount of DNA evidence and clues to work on, it’s not long before Sara arrests a suspect. However, with the suspect behind bars, the murders continue.
Does this mean the murderer has an accomplice or is Sara dealing with an unthinkable scenario? Is there a copycat killer at large?
Before Sara has a chance to figure out more, the stakes are raised when a member of Sara’s team is lured into a dangerous trap.
I can’t believe we’re onto the 12th book in this series already! It doesn’t seem two minutes since we were introduced to Sara and her team. What a whirlwind of a ride it’s been since meeting them!
This is an author who writes crimes that will totally pull on the readers emotions. It’s hard not to get caught up in the atrocities as they unfold and I felt myself getting nearer the edge of my seat as I read on. Knowing what was coming and hoping that I was wrong. Obviously it wouldn’t make much of a crime book if crimes didn’t take place and the author has a knack of getting the brutality of the crimes across without going into graphic detail.
There is never a dull moment throughout the story. It’s pretty much hands on as the team are run ragged trying to solve the case before there are any more fatalities. The author kept things even more interesting by throwing a curve ball and the story takes a whole new direction that had me nearly jumping up and down in my eagerness to see what the outcome would be.
Indefensible is a truly gripping read that’s not for the faint hearted. My heart was racing in more than a few places at the crimes committed within the pages. It’s a compulsive, page turner of a read where I was desperate to see how it all ends but also wanted to try and slow it down so I could enjoy the book for as long as possible. Comley has done it again and can’t wait for my next fix in the series.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.