To Die For by M.A. Comley @ComleyMel 

Book Description:

Some secrets are worth dying for…

When a farmer is found murdered in his home, DI Sam Cobbs assumes she’s dealing with a routine burglary gone wrong.

But as more bodies surface in the idyllic rural community, Sam is forced to enter a deadly game of cat and mouse.

Someone is digging up the past. Can Sam drag them into the light in time, or will she be buried with the deadly secret?

From NY Times bestselling author who brought you the Justice Series, M.A. Comley now brings you To Die For, the first book in this brand-new police procedural series, a tour-de-force not to be missed.

My Thoughts:

This is the fist book in a brand new series by the author that features DI Sam Cobbs. What a great start to a new series as well!

Our first case with Sam and her partner Bob seems like a straight forward burglary. How it starts off was both harrowing, upsetting and emotional. It had me invested straight away and I was desperate for the culprit to be brought to justice and fast. As the story goes along, I was so far off track as to who was behind these heinous crimes so it made for some surprising reading.

Sam and Bob make a great partnership. One thing with this author in her crime thrillers, she writes the best team characters who readers quickly take to and want to know as much about their personal lives as well as their working ones. Sam’s personal life makes for some very interesting reading indeed and I am eager to see where things will go for her.

To Die For is a fab read for the first book in a series. It usually can take me until book two in a series to fully enjoy it as sometimes the story centres more on getting to know the characters rather than on the storyline itself. This wasn’t the case though and it drew me straight in and kept hold of me until the very end. Loved and it and can’t wait for book two!

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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