Detective Inspector Mark Olbeck and his partner have their day rudely interrupted when they witness a group of men attacking another in the street. Arrests are made but DI Kate Redman and the other officers of the Abbeyford police force are intrigued by their motive.
The dark side of vigilantism is revealed when a body is found, and the laptop of the victim reveals some true horror. But is this a simple case of a paedophile hunter's quest gone wrong? Or is there something more to this murder?
Who is the real victim here? Kate, already struggling with a life-changing decision, has to draw on all her experience, wisdom and courage as she and her colleagues hunt a ruthless killer…
Well, Ms Grace has done it again. This time even better as she has cleverly incorporated much of the private lives of her team as well as continuing her own life story. Still easy, smooth, page turning reading. Though it was a while in the making, it was well worth the wait. The crime story is an unusual one but interesting and is not addressed often enough. It depicts what is going on in today's world but not brought to light for all to see. Very well done and please, keep 'em coming. KATO II.
#14 Kate. Redman
Kate is now an inspector, pushing herself to do yoga and making changes.
A day off with time to spend together and to go to the park. Upon returning home seeing a fight arrests made, that was only the beginning.
Vigilante and the dark side and murder is revealed . It will take courage and wisdom of Kate with a good story of how Kate deals with this. A good series with plots that catch your attention from the beginning. Well done and readers will enjoy. Given Arc For my voluntary review and my honest opinion