The Death Season

The Death Season

Book - 2015
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A complex case . . .
When DI Wesley Peterson is summoned to investigate a killing, he assumes that the case is a routine matter. But soon dark secrets and deadly deceptions start to emerge from the victim's past, and Wesley begins to realise that a simple incident of cold-blooded murder is altogether more calculated and complicated that he could ever imagine.

Tracing back through time . . .
Meanwhile, archaeologist Neil Watson is pulled from the historic Paradise Court to a ruined village from the First World War. Even with the help of the attractive and enigmatic Lucy, Neil cannot shake the feeling that something is missing from his explorations: a cryptic clue that might have been lost when Sandrock tumbled into the sea many years ago. A clue that could help Wesley solve his most puzzling case to date.

DI Wesley Peterson is standing on the edge . . .
As more victims fall prey to a faceless killer, Wesley sees the investigation affecting him more personally than ever before. And when his precious family becomes a target, Wesley has no time to lose. Just like the fallen village of Sandrock, Wesley will have to stand tall if he is to withstand the coming storm . . .
Publisher: London : Piatkus, 2015.
Copyright Date: ♭2015
ISBN: 9780349403137
Characteristics: 376 pages.


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Mar 31, 2016

This was an interesting mystery. However, there were a number of different story lines which made it a little challenging to keep track of the various characters moving from the past to the present. Everything was tied together at the end. I will read another book by this author.

Nov 05, 2015

The past catches up to the future in a way that compels you to finish the book. I found the story very good but a bit too much jumping form the past to the present to give it a complete 4 stars. I will read another of her books soon.

ktkat1949 May 09, 2015

If you enjoy murder mysteries with engaging characters, complex plots and a dash of history thrown in that mirrors the crime at hand these series is for you. This is the 19th in
series and the best one yet.
Two murders occurred but how do they relate to a murder of a child in 1979 and a murder of a child in 1918. Evil has a long memory and its tentacles can reach not only from the past but from the grave. Highly recommended. (No graphic violence, sex or bad language)

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