This was one of those can't-put-down books with a strong female main character who puts herself out on a limb for what she believes in, and to achieve justice. Loved it!
The plot held my interest; the female inspector reminded me of Angela Marson's Detective Inspector Kim Stone; the street language was off putting.
I thought that this book was interesting, but it's tough reading that the detective keeps getting her ass handed to her. Good story, but a little more toughness in the lead character would have been better. Great surprise ending!!
This is a poorly written and highly implausible book. The main character is a cardboard caricature -- tough, rude and takes-no-sh*t. Still, she gets attacked numerous times and barely survives... but always survives! Half-way through there is a cheesy "poem" written, as someone sincerely announces, by "Anon" -- as though it was Browning or Shakespeare. And I had to keep checking it was actually published in 2014 -- no one apparently has a cell phone/texts.
I suspect this was self-published. No one else would/should touch it.
THE FIRST BOOK IN The first book in the Detective Erika Foster crime series.
I could not put it down!
I really enjoyed this book and the main character. I hope he writes some more.
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