The Murder Wall: It's where you look death in the face.
Months after discovering a double homicide in a sleepy village, detective Kate Daniels is still haunted by her failure to solve the crime. When a new murder gives Daniels her first case as officer in charge, she jumps at another chance to get it right.
But even more shocking than the brutal killing is the fact that Daniels recognizes the corpse. Eager to prove herself, she decides to keep her connection to the dead man a secret from her team, putting her career in jeopardy as her personal and professional lives threaten to collide.
As the killer continues to claim his victims, Daniels unearths baffling clues in her search for connections among the murders . . . and while she draws closer to finding the culprit, he is watching her.
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The Murder Wall
I like this book. It was believable. However, and maybe because I'm American, there were certain pieces that weren't clear to me. Hence, the 4 rather than 5 stars. I will read Mari's next book, though, to be sure!
The Murder Wall
I found this hard to read because of so many initials used as well as, British slang words. The plot was good but hard to follow.
Inane and boring
Just a predictable rambling book. Hard to see where things connected throughout as the author rambles on about traffic more than concentrating on allowing the reader to build suspense around the crimes. Seriously. No fewer than 6 or 8 paragraphs throughout the book detailing English traffic. Not to spoil it, but the love interest twist was lame. Stay away.