✰ The Crossing (Detective Louise Blackwell #1) Epub ✶ Author Matt Brolly – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Crossing (Detective Louise Blackwell #1) In A Small Town Full Of Secrets, Everyone S A Suspect When A Body Is Discovered, Bled Dry On A Beach, The Sleepy Seaside Town Of Weston Super Mare Wakes Up To A Nightmare For Detective Inspector Louise Blackwell, Recently Transferred To The Town She Last Saw As A Child, It S Her First Case On The JobThe Victim Veronica Lloyd, An Elderly Volunteer At A Local Church Has Puncture Wounds To Her Hands When A Priest Is Found Killed In A Nearby Church In A Similarly Grisly Condition, It Becomes Clear That Blackwell Is Dealing With A Righteous And Bloody Murderer But The Victims Aren T Random The Killer Has A Vendetta And Is Hell Bent On Exacting Twisted Revenge For A Dark Secret Dating Back Years And There Are Murders PlannedAs The Body Count Rises, Blackwell Faces A Race Against Time To Solve The Mystery Of The Murderer S Identity And Put An End To The Carnage She Thought She Knew Weston, But The Town Holds Secrets Than She D Ever Have Imagined Who Can She Trust And Who Knows Than They Are Letting On She Must Discover The Crimes That Unite The Victims Before It S Too Late


10 thoughts on “The Crossing (Detective Louise Blackwell #1)

  1. says:

    THE CROSSING by Matt Brolly is a police procedural and the first book in the Detective Inspector DI Louise Blackwell series It is set most in and near Weston super Mare in England When the body of an older woman is found on a beach, DI Blackwell becomes the senior investigating officer As Louise and her team work to identify and capture t


  2. says:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Publishing UK for an advance copy of The Crossing, the first novel to feature DI Louise Blackwell, set in the English resort town of Weston super Mare.When the mutilated body of pensioner Veronica Lloyd is found on the beach Louise is keen to get stuck into her first real murder investigation in Weston When the


  3. says:

    2 starsNot as good as his Michael Lambert books There is too much angst about Louise s past and her demons She was written as weak and emotional certainly not a strong woman Not someone I d see as a SIO on an important murder case Not a bad book, just not my style I want to thank NetGalley and Publishing UK for forwarding to me a copy of this book for me to


  4. says:

    Just finished reading The Crossing and thought it was excellent I loved how the characters of DI Blackwell and the perpetrator are developed throughout the book against the backdrop of Weston super mare and cannot wait to read in this series.Keeps you gripped throughout, interweaving the case and DI Blackwell s own personal turmoils as she tries to solve the murders.


  5. says:

    Before reviewing this title, I first have to confess I m quite fond of British crime dramas The cover and description of The Crossing immediately evoked shows such as Broadchurch and Happy Valley, leading me to happily delve into its pages In the fallout of the last case she worked at Bristol s Major Investigation Team, DI Louise Blackwell was summarily transferred to the small


  6. says:

    This is a really well written book It is a little different than the Lambert series, less procedural, but for me that is a strength I loved the character development, and the dark atmosphere of the book.


  7. says:

    This is the first in a new series for Matt Brolly and I haven t read any of his work before, so I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book I liked the character of Louise broken from a past history with her last boss Finch, but was still a strong and determined character You can see the re emergence of her personality as the story progresses, finally get the strength to confront her history a


  8. says:

    Wow Completely in love with this book I am actually just discovering this author The story is developing brilliantly and really keep you hooked from start the finish I absolutely love everything about the story The plot is excellent and the ending is nicely done.


  9. says:

    4.5 StarsThis is the first book in the Detective Inspector Louise Blackwell series by Matt Brolly.I ll tell you one thing, Matt Brolly sure makes it easy to dislike one of his characters One of Louise s foils when this starts off is a colleague who made her look bad months earlier and then took the position she was a shoe in for Now, he is continually harassing her What a schmuck Since this is only book one, and I am


  10. says:

    A good start to a new series for Matt Brolly It s always a good sign when you are constantly looking for a few spare minutes so you can read a few pages.Definitely sets things up to be a good ongoing series so I ll certainly be looking out for the next.And if you haven t read any of his other books give them a go, you might just be glad you did


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