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Dublin’s infamous Canal Killer, Will Hurley, is ten years into his life senten…

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Dublin’s infamous Canal Killer, Will Hurley, is ten years into his life sentence when the physique of a younger lady is fished out of the Grand Canal. Although detectives suspect they’re coping with a copycat, they flip to Will for assist. He claims he has the knowledge the police want, however will solely give it to at least one particular person – the woman he was courting when he dedicated his horrific crimes. Alison Smith has spent the final decade overseas, placing her shattered life in Eire far behind her. However when she will get a request from Dublin imploring her to assist stop one other mindless homicide, she is pulled again to face the previous – and the person – she’s labored so exhausting to neglect.
I actually loved this one! The story was so good and actually compelling. I like books set in Eire- I can often visualise the locations the writer is describing. This one was set in Dublin Metropolis centre so it was straightforward sufficient to think about the streets they had been on. I actually appreciated the characters on this one. Their relationships and points had been really easy to get into and I used to be genuinely all for what occurred with them. Alison had been by way of quite a bit ten years earlier than however the guide exhibits her lastly coping with what occurred. It was fascinating to see how she lastly handled it after years of suppressing it. I discovered the story really easy to learn. I appreciated the ending and the way the entire story got here collectively. I wasn’t stunned on the ending, I had an inkling for some time the way it was going to end up. It was nonetheless thrilling although and I’d positively suggest it.

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