Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Review: Dead Wrong (Sal Kilkenny #3) by Cath Staincliffe

3.5 stars for Dead Wrong (Sal Kilkenny book 3) by Cath Staincliffe.

Sometimes there is no compelling reason for wanting to read on about a certain character or its running series...

Sal Kilkenny is your run-of-the-mill private investigator. There is nothing spectacularly exciting about the work she does nor is her private life particularly interesting. But I enjoy reading about Sal and the cases she works on. Somehow, it makes me feel real; her lack of social life, her love for her job, her reason for wanting a flexible working schedule and the pangs of being a single parent.

Publisher: C & R Crime
Publication date: 5 Jul 2012


Sal Kilkenny has two very frightened clients on her hands.  Debbie Gosforth is the victim of a deranged stalker while teenager Luke Wallace is afraid he might be a murderer, he is alleged to have stabbed his best friend Ahktar Khan to death.  When the IRA bomb Manchester’s Arndale Centre, the city goes up in smoke and against a backdrop of Euro ’96 and the soundtrack of Oasis, a summer of terror begins.

*Blurb from author's website*

Add to:

Links to purchase:

No comments:

Post a Comment