From NY Times and USA Today Bestselling author of the incredibly successful Justice series, M A Comley who has sold over four million copies to date worldwide.
Evil thoughts often lead to tragic consequences…
DI Katy Foster is called to a crime scene that has the local pathologist baffled and concerned. The victim, a female student, with everything to live for, appears to have inconceivably ended her life by leaping from a campus building. Katy has to decide whether Paula Lowe committed suicide or if something far more sinister is on the cards.
Within hours, Katy returns to the university, to assess yet another puzzling tragic loss of life.
An inexplicable and frustrating case unfolds, in which Katy struggles to determine why several talented, hard-working students appear to be taking their own lives or are they?
Katy and Charlie are back with a complex case. What looks like an apparent suicide, turns out to be more sinister. If anything it made me glad how thorough the pathologist is in their job as Paula’s death could easily have been put down to her taking her own life. With the pathologist’s keen eye for detail and Paula’s family adamant that she would never take her own life, Katy and Charlie soon realise this is not going to be a straight forward case.
There is something always heart wrenching when it comes to losing a child and whilst the victims in this story may not be classed as children, they are still young with lots of their lives ahead of them to look forward to which makes you more than sympathetic to the poor parents. I didn’t even want to try and imagine what it must feel like to have a complete stranger stand in front of you with news that will tear your whole world apart. It made me feel quite melancholy.
See No Evil will put your heart through the wringer, not only due to emotions running high but also having it racing due to the mounting tension and suspense as to who the killer could be and to why they were killing people. The story takes an even more frightening turn which had me holding my breath as to how high the death count could end up being. It really makes for some heart pounding reading.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.