Are You Still A Murderer If Someone Else Does The Killing?
A dangerous Internet game is sweeping the schools and when the body of a young girl is found at a nearby beauty spot the evidence points to her being the fifth teenager to take part. The only difference is...the others survived.
Grace Dalton is swiftly assigned to the case. As the location of the murder triggers painful memories of her own ordeal and the press pick up on the similarity, she is determined not to let her past cloud her judgement. Plunging herself deep into the teenagers' lives she soon unearths a tangled web bound together with resentment, injustice, greed and an unstoppable thirst for revenge. Now, it's down to Grace and her partner, DS Ryan Nash, to race against the clock to save the next victim before the killer strikes again.
See What You Made Me Do is the second book in the DI Grace Dalton series by Natalie Hames. Each book can be read as a standalone British detective crime thriller however all the stories follow Grace's journey to solving her own kidnapping and subsequent imprisonment in the prequel, The Death Of Me.
Reader's Praise For Natalie's Books
"My interest was held throughout and when the perpetrator was finally revealed it wasn`t who I thought it would be.
Always a sign of a good crime thriller." ~ Marion Butler
"(As a retired police officer I do still like a good crime!) what a lovely surprise this was. I couldn't put it down, loved the characters from the beginning and a great story which stayed interesting throughout." ~ Amazon Customer
"Another twisty, turny book when reading this everything else around you just disappears as you get so engrossed in it. Di Grace Dalton and her partner Ryan Nash total opposites so gripping." ~ Sharon Hurst
"... the best police thriller I have read in a long time. I cant praise the authors writing highly enough. I just love her work..." ~ MCR
" I will be waiting for book two. Full of action interesting caricatures . So get writing Natalie." ~ Kindle Customer
The storyline is interesting.
However, there are some significant flaws:
1. The characters are made of out very thin cardboard.
2. The author needs to either learn English or use a proofreader; she makes a lot of grammatical errors and often uses incorrect words.
3. One of the characters alternates between being an MP and a Councillor.