Crossing The Line by M.A. Comley @ComleyMel

Book Description:

From NY Times and bestselling author of the Justice series who has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

One terrifying ordeal too many…


A spate of burglaries cripples the city, putting the community and the police on high alert.

Despite dealing with a personal tragedy, DI Sara Ramsey is determined to end the perpetrator’s terrorising agenda, but it’s going to prove an impossible task as the criminal is far worse than any she’s ever encountered before.

Can she prevent the loss of yet more lives, and if so, at what cost to her personal life and her career?

My Thoughts:

The start of this story has one hell of a twist! It totally took me by surprise as I sure hadn’t seen that coming. It set the book off on a high and the author kept me the memento throughout with plenty of chilling scenes.

Along with the case, we get to see more of Sara’s home life and how her and her family are coping with their recent loss. It made it a somewhat sombre read and my heart went out to Sara who is juggling work and her emotions. What I particularly love about this series is how Sara has a supportive husband who doesn’t hold it against her for all the long hours she works. I got great comfort from their home life and how they do things together as a team.

Crossing the Line deals with a heinous crime against vulnerable members of the community of a certain age. It made my blood boil at how they are targeted and I was routing for Sara and the team to catch the killer and see justice served, although any punishment in my eyes is too good for this sort of crime and I felt no empathy for the killer at all in this book. With a great start and a chilling storyline, this was a gripping crime thriller that was unputdownable!

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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