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I struggle with the Erika Foster character. She seems to lack empathy and has a confidence in her own ability that borders on arrogance in some conversations. Vera Stanhope, however, she is not. As with his other protagonist in the Kate Marshall series there is more to her pre-book history than is in the stories.
The idea that a Chief Inspector has 2 Inspectors in her team seems like overkill but could be reality in the Met but neither of those is ever allowed to be seen showing a character that would have earned promotion to their respective ranks.
But a reasonable story except for a ridiculous meeting that had me thinking about that quote from CASABLANCA and a possible relationship that has no depth in the remaining story.
I have read all of the Erika Foster books as they were released and have enjoyed the series very much. However, I agree with some of the other reviews that this one isn’t the best. The thing that annoyed me the most was the terrible editing (this seems to be becoming an epidemic as the last book I read was also badly edited). One protagonist went to bed fully clothed because of the cold but was up in the middle of the night wearing pyjamas then a letter was found in a hall drawer and a few pages later was said to be found down the side of an armchair……what is going on! Editing mistakes like this annoy me so much they spoil the book. It is as if it was written over a very long period and the author forgot what he had written in the preceding pages, but surely that’s what editors are for!!
If you're looking for a great work of fiction then this is not for you, the book lacks style and is not very well constructed and the ending is quite frankly rather silly. Having said that, the case holds your interest and the (rather surprising) culprit only emerges in the final few pages........give it a go!
I have read and enjoyed all the Erika Foster books. Again this was a good story but I have marked it down because of a number of irritating continuity errors, e.g. new mattress taken upstairs on delivery and,suddenly, it's in the living room/ letter found in drawer in hall table but then described as found down side of armchair / terrible pain in Erika's legs and ,in next sentence, she can't feel her legs. Sloppy proof-reading.
Has it been too long since our last Erika fix? This is possibly the first instalment of the 7 that I wasn't gripped. I enjoyed it still but I just wasn't hooked. However i never guessed the murderer, so that was a good surprise.
I waited a long time for this book having really enjoyed the Erika foster series I was counting down the days and I was slightly disappointed. I enjoyed the book but I felt like it was thrown together to keep the series going. It wasn’t Up to the authors usual standard, Especially at the end I felt like the story was rushed to just to bring it to an end. I’d recommend if you’ve read all the other books in the series
I read this in a few sittings. It is fast paced and absorbing. Erika Foster literally stumbles on a body as she moves into a new neighbourhood. Erika investigates a love triangle involving the tenants of the flat and also true crime blogs researching historic cases of sexual assaults at a drama school. The story ends as a true whodunnit.