Friday, September 2, 2016

Review: Towers of Silence (Sal Kilkenny #5) by Cath Staincliffe

4 stars for Towers of Silence (Sal Kilkenny book 5) by Cath Staincliffe.

From a professional point of view, each mystery solved is a job well done. And Sal, as a private investigator, has succeeded in getting to the root of the towers of silence. However, the outcome has been devastating rather than satisfying. So, it comes to pass that sometimes "ignorance is bliss".

On a separate note..
I find myself keeping a lookout for the next book in line the moment I hit the halfway mark in this book 5. Sadly, I sense the series turning into a cul-de-sac as neither book 6 nor 7 can be found in the library I often frequent.

Not for lack of trying but I will have to put aside the detective in me for the time being. Because it is so not my style to miss two running books in the series and skip to the whichever one available next. So much for now.

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


It’s the countdown to Christmas and Sal Kilkenny is exhausted even thinking about the festive season – after all with one small but demanding daughter, the life of a single mum is pretty hectic at the best of times. So when she is asked to investigate a suicide that a grieving family cannot come to terms with, Sal turns the case down.

Eventually, against her better judgement, she is persuaded to look into the woman’s last hours and is ashamed to realise how little the authorities investigated. Why would a woman so petrified of heights choose to jump from the top of Manchester’s Arndale Centre car park?

*Blurb from author's website*

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