Monday, June 13, 2016

Review: On Laughton Moor by Lisa Hatley

This is book one in the DS Catherine Bishop series but her DI had a pretty equal role.  I did like them together (and NOT romantically together) for a change.  

A local criminal is found dead with an odd, personal message for DS Bishop by his body that neither she, nor anyone else can figure out why.  Soon, another similar body turns up but they need to find the connections between the victims and her.

Overall, it was a quick read and I did like it.  It was a bit weak in points and left an entire thread open for another book (which I am never  a fan of).  However, I enjoyed the characters and the setting and will likely try a second in the series.


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