To Make Them Pay by M.A. Comley @ComleyMel

Book Description:

A Lake District thriller.

A twisted mind can be deadly…

When Brian Coltman is murdered after a night out with a friend, DI Sam Cobbs and her team need to find the motive behind the gruesome crime.

Intrigue and false starts threaten the investigation until a second body is found.

With her husband on the missing list, does Sam have what it takes to find the killer before they choose another victim, with one intention… to make them pay.

From NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Justice and Sara Ramsey series comes the third gripping serial killer thriller in the DI Sam Cobbs series.

My Thoughts:

This is the third book in the DI Sam Cobbs series and another great read!

I thought the opening was great and had me fully intrigued as it had my mind racing as to why this man had been killed. All sorts of scenarios were running through my head and when another body is found, you just know it is going to be a hard case to crack.

There is quite a bit going on in Sam’s personal life with her husband Chris still being awol. It was good to get to see a bit more of her family network as well as how her partner Bob has got her back. I have to say I didn’t envy Bob in this story as he is put in a couple of very awkward situations of which I have no idea what I would do if I had been in his shoes!

To Make Them Pay grabs you from the first few pages. The pacing ensured that I was hooked throughout and I enjoyed the thrilling journey the author took me on. It’s one that will leave you with mixed emotions with regards to who is behind the killings as I did find myself having some empathy at times. I’m really enjoying this series and have grown very fond of Sam and Bob who don’t always see eye to eye but make a great team. A crime series with a heart!

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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