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Erika Foster is a remarkable detective. She exists on one sandwich per book and inhaling the occasional coffee whilst performing super human feats of saving people from gassing themselves. Mere mortals would have to go to hospital but not our Erika! She's super human. On the subject of medical matters, every single medical mention in this book is utterly wrong which I find exceptionally galling. Errors in the text too which should have been spotted by proof readers. The plots which were initially really good have become more and more unbelievable with each new book. This one was just seriously too much to believe. I'm not sure we needed so many pages devoted to Moss being assaulted and having her breasts kneaded either. Too many rookie errors made by very senior police officers and as for the ending... Sadly I think this may be the last I read of these unless Erika is actually allowed to eat, drink and sleep
Having read all of Robert Bryndza’s crime novels, this is by far the least liked book. I could not believe how drawn out and slow to get to the solving the crime. All this personal stuff always in the way. I do not know why he had to add a new crime, however, it looked much more promising than the original murder. Without giving away the end, I do not think it plausible that the person who did commit the crime. It was like, really? It could have had a more plausible ending.
I rated this mystery a 2. The real mystery is how other reviewers rated it an average 4.8, which is an amazing high rating. The mystery is uninteresting, the characters are hard to like or dislike and poorly developed, the dialogue is inane and those are the high points. Do not buy, if bought do not read 😡
Enjoyed all the previous books in the series but it felt as though this was written by a different author. It just didn't have the depth of character or plot lines and felt rushed. Also if using real place names in a book please check the map, Slaithwaite is not in the Yorkshire Dales. Looking forward to a return to previous form next time.
I enjoy the Erika Foster books on a superficial level however I get annoyed by proofreading errors. The books are obviously intended for both British & American readers but they have inconsistencies in vocabulary sometimes in the same paragraph e.g. overalls & coveralls, & general spelling errors.