DI Thomasine Albrights career choice was made early in her life, when her sister went missing and turned her world upside down in 1973.
At the beginning of the book especially, as the storylines develop you do need to concentrate - you have all the threads in your hand, but it slowly, slowly comes together in how they are bound together, personally I enjoy this type of read.
A book where you can curl up, loose yourself and try to work out the plot with the characters.
The characters are relevant, read on, you need to find out for yourself why…
When settled in, you will soon discover that the past and present are colliding and C.M. Stephenson’s debut is creatively written, with some throw back 70’s references placed. I thoroughly enjoyed Thomasine as a character the author pitched her personality perfectly - she is vulnerable, and professional, easy to know.
The twists and tension heats up as you get closer to the end game, what stood out for me was the authors style of writing, I thought it was purely wonderful and look forward to reading more by them.