Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Book Review No Right To Kill by M. A. Comley

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Title: No Right To Kill
Author: M. A. Comley
Format reviewed: Ebook
Source: Author supplied copy
Publisher: Jeamel Publishing Limited
Publication Date: 15th November 2018
Rating: 5 Stars

He stands in the shadows. Watching them. 

DI Sara Ramsey’s life is about to change forever. Recently moved to the area and in charge of a new team, she’s tasked with finding a serial killer terrorising a rural community. 

Crimes as heinous as this rarely happen in picturesque rural idylls. 

The community is living in fear, desperate for Sara to keep them safe. 

When the killer changes his MO and abducts a vulnerable resident, Sara realises she is in a race against time to prevent the killer from claiming yet another victim. 

Wow this new series from M. A. Comley is off to a cracking start with this first book.  My overwhelming thought after finishing this, is wanting to lock the author into a room and not let her out until the next book is written!!  I want to read more of D. I Sara Ramsey and her team, and I want to read it now! 

Unlike thrillers set in big cities this one is taking place in what was sleepy Herefordshire, in some rural villages, and certainly not the sort of location you would expect to see a murderer, let alone a serial killer.  

The police force, well I'm not entirely sure how it was structured there, but this doesn't appear to be a specialist homicide team, so Sara and her team have to hit the ground running,  The murders themselves are horrible, and given the chapters from the killer's point of view this one seems to not be your run of the mill killer. 

The killer's emotions and actions are sometimes very surprising which added a good dimension to the book, and made it harder for the police. 

What i love about a new thriller series is getting to know the detective and her team, and with Sara you have questions about her almost immediately, and I feel that although some of her past has been revealed that there may still be more to come.  

I found this a bit slower than other books I've read by the author but that may be because a lot of groundwork was being placed for future books, or may just be me as I have been hectic and no able to read n as longer chunks as I'd normally like.    

Such a fabulous start to a series from such a multi talented author. I can 't wait to delve into whatever she releases next.  

Thank you to the author for this copy which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily 

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