Series: Norfolk Coast Investigation Story (book 1)
Genre: LGBT (f/f), Crime
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Cover: I love the light in it
Trigger warnings: none
Description: An unidentified woman is found murdered on the North Norfolk Coastal Path and newly promoted Detective Sergeant Kate Brannon and Kings Lynn’s CID have the task of figuring out whom, how, and why. A job that’s made more difficult when everyone of the forty residents in the village has something to hide and answers her questions with a string of lies.
Georgina Temple has her own secrets to keep, and her own reasons to keep them. But her growing attraction to Kate makes it increasingly difficult to keep them.
Kate’s investigation into the woman’s death brings delves into the heart of the tiny fishing village where nothing and no one is quite what they seem.
Review: This reads like your usual british crime fiction, which I enjoy very much. I enjoyed the building relationship between Kate and Gina, although at first I wasn’t very convinced by it. Your bff was just murdered and you’re oggling the ass of the one who is investigating it? But there is a lot of character development and I love how Gina’s daughter wasn’t just there on the sidelines, but played a big part in her life and in the story as well.
Sadly the crime development was… boring. It’s just obvious how it was done way before the police comes to the same conclusion.
Disclaimer: The publisher provided me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.
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