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Unsilent Grief

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Nobody owns life

A man is murdered in a pub carpark.
DS Watson and Monteith are finding it difficult to catch a killer.
Three more bodies are found.
The two detectives are on a roller-coaster ride to find out if they are all connected and why.
The Unsilent Grief of one man spirals into murder and mayhem.
Kindle Edition, 198 pages
Published May 25th 2018 by Britain's Next Bestseller
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Alyson Read
Sep 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
A great debut novel featuring DS Terry Watson and DS Keith Monteith of the Criminal Detective Agency, part of the West Ravenswood Police Force. The story starts with the murder of an ex-con recently released from prison after serving a long stretch. The pair of detectives are charged with investigating this crime and are struggling for suspects until bodies two and three are discovered killed in a similar fashion. Right from the start the reader knows who the murderer is and why he is taking out ...more
Livia Sbarbaro
Sep 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A Dark Bold Chilling Debut..Revenge...Secrets...and Murder

This story begins with a man's body found in a pub car park after closing time..He has been executed.Assigned to the case are DS Watson and Monteith of The Criminal Detective Agency.The killer in this case is a man tortured by events from years before..He has a book of names and now he is escalating..Watson and Monteith make a good of them though has a secret that is about to be brought out into the open..but the detective is
Joey Paul
Jan 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
I picked this up as an interesting twist on crime novels. The author was a new one to me, and I was pretty much pulled into the story from the first page. The idea itself, that one man in his grief could cause so much death and destruction appealed to me. However, the lack of research - UK officers having weapons for a start - pulled me out of the story. I very much enjoyed the book and the story told, and read it in one sitting. I look forward to seeing more from this author. A solid four star ...more
Berk Rourke
Aug 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
If you are a fan of British mystery stories this is one for you. I enjoyed this book a great deal but for one thing. With the exception of the Montieth and Matthews I didn't feel the characters were fleshed out very well. In the end that led me to think the plot was a bit too easy to discern as the main character of the book was not real enough for me. The book is well presented, there are no major distractions, and it is fast reading. It was enjoyable but I would like to have known the characte ...more
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