I have been eagerly awaiting the third instalment in the Kate Redman series written by Celina Grace. Kate a policewoman with a difficult past is called to investigate the murder of a young prostitute found stabbed on wasteland outside a disused warehouse. Kate is determined to find the killer but with few clues left at the scene her and the team have to put in plenty of leg-work interviewing known associates.
Interestingly, the book is punctuated with excerpts from the killer’s diary which gives us a fighting chance of working out which of the characters is the killer. On the down-side there appears to be a few candidates.
Celina Grace plots have proved to be interesting and well thought out with all the loose ends neatly tucked up by the end of the story, and Imago is no exception. The book moves at a pace, and although this is a fairly short book I didn’t feel cheated as there had been plenty to keep me entertained along the way.
As in the previous episodes there is plenty of interaction between Kate and her colleagues although I can’t help but think she may just have stored up a whole load of problems with one of them….
Imago is published today 10 November 2013 link to Imago at UK Amazon
This is my fourth read in the COYER challenge
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