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After reading 'The Hostage' my expectations were high for this book. Although it was a great read, with some good twists, I felt a little let down by the ending and somehow didn't find it very plausible. That being said, it's still a good read and would recommend.
I enjoyed this dark mystery thriller which starts off on New Year's Eve where there is a house full of party guests which is hosted by Rhys Lloyd but by midnight he is found dead in the lake. There are numerous suspects and it is a case of who done it? There are some residents who are have secrets to hide including Ffion. Rhys Lloyd's singing career has dwindled hence he dives into building the new lodges for the very wealthy.
DC Ffion is in charge of the Welsh side of the border where Rhys Lloyd's new holiday lodges have been erected and along with Detective Leo Brady who works on the English border for Cheshire major crime unit who is verbally bullied by his boss Detective Inspecor Simon Crouch on a daily basis but Leo does not retaliate until one day the straw that broke the camel's back scenario arises.
All is revealed at the end of the book but the ending is only the beginning of Clare's next installment of her sequel to The Last Party called DC Ffion Morgan book 2. I did prefer Clare's psychological thrillers better than this dark mystery thriller.
This is an enjoyable read, well written and plotted, with engaging characters and fascinating Welsh locale. However there’s ten pounds of melodrama in a five lb. sack: nearly every character is carrying major secrets and trauma, and the #MeToo theme gets much overuse. Wish the author had dropped the soap opera and kept the whodunnit!