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Book Review – Rules of Murder by Rob Sinclair @RSinclairAuthor @canelo_co @HeraBooks #BookReview #BookBlogger #policeprocedural

DI Dani Stephens was back, bigger and bolder from before. The author Rob Sinclair put her in all kinds of twists, and she came up fighting. She never gave up even when her twin brother, the serial killer, tried to get closer to her from the prison.

A murder and a kidnapping got Dani and her partner right into the fray. Soon another murder occurred outside her jurisdiction. Connection between the two got Dani thinking and getting to the perp.

My second book by this talented author, I loved the frisson of fear that this story seemed with. There seemed a wall of danger surrounding Dani at all times. It was amazing to see this dynamic cop traverse through them fearlessly. Rob really made her brain tick furiously, especially in the end when she tried to connect all the dots together.

In this book, I got to read the dark thoughts of the killer, and that gave a dark chilling aura to the book. Dani was my beacon then, whereby I followed her, loving her determination in each step. Short snappy chapters made this book a fast read, the killer made it a dark one, and Dani made it an exciting one.

And yes, I am a Dani fan…

I received a free ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

The case was closed. Now everyone connected is getting killed. Let the games begin…

Henry and Caroline Redfearne’s annual ball is the hottest social event of the year.

But the fun is cut short by the discovery of their son’s body, apparently the victim of a frenzied assault. He was last seen heading off with 17-year-old Sophie Blackwood, and a blood trail seems to show that Sophie has been kidnapped.

DI Dani Stephens, still struggling after an attack by her serial killer brother, is thrown into a desperate search for a murderer who kills and keeps on killing. With Sophie still missing, and no clues in sight, she has nowhere to turn. Nowhere, that is, except her brother…

Publication Date: January 2020

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