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When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented young musician, Elodie had been keeping some strange company and was hiding her own dark secrets. As the list of suspects begin to grow, so do the questions. What is the significance of the painting Elodie modelled for? Who is the man who was seen with her on the night of her death? Is there any connection with another student’s death at the exclusive musical college that Elodie attended? As Kate and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck attempt to unravel the mystery, the dark undercurrents of the case threaten those whom Kate holds most dear… Requiem (A Kate Redman mystery) is the new novel from crime writer Celina Grace, author of Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery), Lost Girls and The House on Fever Street. Praise for The Kate Redman Mysteries from Amazon and Goodreads reviewers: “One of the best I have read this year. I read about a fourth of the book early in the day, then at bedtime, I thought I would read a bit more before sleep. I finished the book at 5:20 AM. Just could not put it down.” “At last, a mystery that delivers…I found this novel superb because I got all I needed to know and none of what I didn’t.” “…a gripping detective story but the main character engages you, and as well as wanting to know how the mystery turns out you want to learn more about her too.” “…amazing book, read it front to back in one visit, couldn`t help myself…” “…the most enjoyable Kindle book I have so far read since the 'low cost electronic revolution' which has been sweeping my reading habits for the last couple of years! Thoroughly recommended.” “This was my introduction to the author, and I'm so glad I discovered the book. Well-written and a real page turner.”


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When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented young musician, Elodie had been keeping some strange company and was hiding her own dark secrets. As the list of suspects begin to grow, so do the questions. What is the significance of the painting Elodie modelled for? Who is the man who was seen with her on the night of her death? Is there any connection with another student’s death at the exclusive musical college that Elodie attended? As Kate and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck attempt to unravel the mystery, the dark undercurrents of the case threaten those whom Kate holds most dear… Requiem (A Kate Redman mystery) is the new novel from crime writer Celina Grace, author of Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery), Lost Girls and The House on Fever Street. Praise for The Kate Redman Mysteries from Amazon and Goodreads reviewers: “One of the best I have read this year. I read about a fourth of the book early in the day, then at bedtime, I thought I would read a bit more before sleep. I finished the book at 5:20 AM. Just could not put it down.” “At last, a mystery that delivers…I found this novel superb because I got all I needed to know and none of what I didn’t.” “…a gripping detective story but the main character engages you, and as well as wanting to know how the mystery turns out you want to learn more about her too.” “…amazing book, read it front to back in one visit, couldn`t help myself…” “…the most enjoyable Kindle book I have so far read since the 'low cost electronic revolution' which has been sweeping my reading habits for the last couple of years! Thoroughly recommended.” “This was my introduction to the author, and I'm so glad I discovered the book. Well-written and a real page turner.”

30 review for Requiem

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marina Sofia

    Nice pace and endearing characters, but it feels a little short and predictable. I would have like something longer, more complex, more nuanced. Still, I am sure this author is going to improve as the series goes on.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ❤Marie Gentilcore

    This was a quick read and my second in this series. I really like the main character and I like that we get to know her better in this book. The mystery kept me wondering and the reveal was not what I was expecting. I look forward to reading the other books in this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Enjoyed the story but found it a little short and the ending just a little bit too convenient! Would recommend to others though.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    "Requiem" is book two in the Kate Redman Mysteries series by Celina Grace. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck received a call to attend a crime scene of a dead girl founded in the river. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman was shocked at first when she realises she knows the victim through her brother Jay. When the death of Elodie Duncan becomes a murder investigation her brother Jay Redman becomes the prime suspected. The readers of Requiem will follow the "Requiem" is book two in the Kate Redman Mysteries series by Celina Grace. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck received a call to attend a crime scene of a dead girl founded in the river. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman was shocked at first when she realises she knows the victim through her brother Jay. When the death of Elodie Duncan becomes a murder investigation her brother Jay Redman becomes the prime suspected. The readers of Requiem will follow the twists and turns in Detective Sergeant Kate Redman and Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck investigation to find the killer of Elodie Duncan and clear Jay Redman name. "Requiem" is a fantastic and enjoyable crime mystery. I loved Celina Grace portrayal of her characters and the way they interact with each other. "Requiem" is well written and researched by Celina Grace. "Requiem" engage me from the start with the characters and the plot and the way Celina Grace described her characters. The readers of Requiem with learn the consequences of child sexual abuse to the child and everyone around them. Also, the readers will learn about how some people cope with the breakup of their relationships. I recommend this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Clynes

    Follow DS Kate Redman as she solves the death of a young woman she met in a pub the night before. This is the second book in the Kate Redman Mysteries but it can be read as a stand-alone. As always it is better to read a series in the order they were published. I liked how Celina developed the relationships between the police officers, both for the reader and Kate Redman as she has recently joined this West Country constabulary. I liked how Celina continued her character development of Kate, membe Follow DS Kate Redman as she solves the death of a young woman she met in a pub the night before. This is the second book in the Kate Redman Mysteries but it can be read as a stand-alone. As always it is better to read a series in the order they were published. I liked how Celina developed the relationships between the police officers, both for the reader and Kate Redman as she has recently joined this West Country constabulary. I liked how Celina continued her character development of Kate, members of her family and the other police officers. I loved the plot and the emotions Kate felt having met the victim for the first time before she died the next day. What an awful position to be put into with the shock of it all as Kate walked along the river bank, responding to the crime scene. I felt cosy reading about Kate’s day job and the reader feels very much fly-on-the-wall. Requiem is a very easy book to roll along with. The pace is steady and has a lovely flow. I liked the linear time frame and the hint that romance could blossom between the police officers later in this series. All in all I feel that Requiem is a GOOD 4 star read and I will be more than happy to read other books in this series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rosemarie

    Newly hired Detective Sergeant Kate Redman has worked very hard to distance herself from her upbringing with her drunken, slatternly harridan of a mother. She nonetheless remains fond of her half-sibs (by various fathers), and is glad to help them when she can. When her gifted younger brother Jay shows up at her house with a painting that his tutors think may win a prize, she is glad to see him and hear his news. Jay is currently into hyper-realism in his work, and his painting of a drowned girl Newly hired Detective Sergeant Kate Redman has worked very hard to distance herself from her upbringing with her drunken, slatternly harridan of a mother. She nonetheless remains fond of her half-sibs (by various fathers), and is glad to help them when she can. When her gifted younger brother Jay shows up at her house with a painting that his tutors think may win a prize, she is glad to see him and hear his news. Jay is currently into hyper-realism in his work, and his painting of a drowned girl on the riverbank looks a bit too much like the crime scenes she deals with professionally for her comfort. He proudly lends her the painting until the show and mounts it over the fireplace in her new house. That night Jay takes her to a club to hear Elodie, his model and member of a folk rock band, perform. When Kate and her partner Olbeck are called to a drowning at the riverbank the next morning, Kate is horrified to see that the body is Elodie's. The girl had not been drowned, but strangled and dumped into the river, from which an early jogger had pulled her out. Kate faces a terrible dilemma; to report Jay's eerily prescient painting to the investigative team or hide it? Jay hadn't come home with her last night, but sent a text that he was crashing with a friend. This short novel, second in a series, is one of the most professional and enjoyable 'e-book only' mysteries I have read. I immediately downloaded the first, Hushabye, and hope the author will write many more Kate Redman stories.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cleopatra Pullen

    I was thrilled that this was free to download the other day although if you like this review you will have to pay for it now. Thank you Goodreads to alerting me to this offer. I chose Requiem because I’d recently read and enjoyed Hushabye, which introduced me to Kate Redman in her first outing. I warmed even more to Kate while reading this. Having come from a dysfunctional family the last thing Kate needs is her brother Jay to have known her latest murder victim. Not only had Jay seen Elodie, the I was thrilled that this was free to download the other day although if you like this review you will have to pay for it now. Thank you Goodreads to alerting me to this offer. I chose Requiem because I’d recently read and enjoyed Hushabye, which introduced me to Kate Redman in her first outing. I warmed even more to Kate while reading this. Having come from a dysfunctional family the last thing Kate needs is her brother Jay to have known her latest murder victim. Not only had Jay seen Elodie, the victim, the night she died, he’d painted a scene that looked remarkably like the murder scene. This relatively short crime novel , 158 pages, has plenty of suspects for Kate and Olbeck to question. At the heart of the book are the questions who killed Elodie and why? In other words a classic whodunit. This book ticks all the right boxes regarding plot, red herrings along with a good mystery to solve. I was pleased to see that the next instalment, Imago is due out on 30th September 2013. http://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress....

  8. 4 out of 5

    Birgit

    A troubled investigator with a troubled past, her younger brother knowing the young woman who was killed, and no one being what they seem - this story caught me from the first page until the last word; the way Kate and her partner dig through all the evidence, and how this case starts to involve her family, was told brilliantly. The characters were realistic, so were their troubles and interactions through an equally good plot. A bit sombre for my taste, and I think I personally would have gained A troubled investigator with a troubled past, her younger brother knowing the young woman who was killed, and no one being what they seem - this story caught me from the first page until the last word; the way Kate and her partner dig through all the evidence, and how this case starts to involve her family, was told brilliantly. The characters were realistic, so were their troubles and interactions through an equally good plot. A bit sombre for my taste, and I think I personally would have gained from starting with the first book in this series, but this can definitely be read as a standalone. If you like a good solid crime story with some unexpected twists and turns, this is the book for you.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Jones

    This was a good read. Kate Redman is an interesting protagonist - probably too nice to be a good policewoman - she just doesn't seem ruthless enough! But a likable person with a complicated family history. This time it's her young brother who finds himself at the centre of a murder enquiry. He has painted a picture of a girl he finds very attractive in the persona of the dead Ophelia, stranded on the river bank. When the girl in the portrait is later found drowned in the river, after being seen This was a good read. Kate Redman is an interesting protagonist - probably too nice to be a good policewoman - she just doesn't seem ruthless enough! But a likable person with a complicated family history. This time it's her young brother who finds himself at the centre of a murder enquiry. He has painted a picture of a girl he finds very attractive in the persona of the dead Ophelia, stranded on the river bank. When the girl in the portrait is later found drowned in the river, after being seen with Kate's brother, Kate risks her career to protect him. An enjoyable thriller, well-written and credible.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jillian

    A well-balanced, economically told detective story set against a background of sexual exploitation, drugs and the dark web. While these are the context of the crime, they do not dominate the telling, almost playing the role of setting. The daily decisions, actions, fears and hopes of the players dominate, helping the reader to identify, empathise and keep reading. Kate Redman, our protagonist, is feisty, polite, independent, damaged and determined - a very promising and convincing mix. The love A well-balanced, economically told detective story set against a background of sexual exploitation, drugs and the dark web. While these are the context of the crime, they do not dominate the telling, almost playing the role of setting. The daily decisions, actions, fears and hopes of the players dominate, helping the reader to identify, empathise and keep reading. Kate Redman, our protagonist, is feisty, polite, independent, damaged and determined - a very promising and convincing mix. The love interest is set to develop over the series, which rather puts me off. I’d rather stick to detection unless there is a serious look at what it takes to form and maintain relationships as part of the detective service. My other concern is that too much happens in the head of the detectives. The balance of routine to thinking is tricky. I’d like a bit more explicit thinking.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Another excellent read. The second in the Kate Redman mysteries. A series well worth reading

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lynda Kelly

    Another in the series featuring Kate Redman. I'm really enjoying this set of stories. I've only marked this one down one star because there were a couple of daft mistakes in it I think should have been easily spotted, one especially that made me gasp !! In this instalment we get to meet more members of Kate's family and that made it interesting although there's still a lot more to her mysterious past for follow-up books. In this story a girl called Elodie (hated that name) from an exclusive schoo Another in the series featuring Kate Redman. I'm really enjoying this set of stories. I've only marked this one down one star because there were a couple of daft mistakes in it I think should have been easily spotted, one especially that made me gasp !! In this instalment we get to meet more members of Kate's family and that made it interesting although there's still a lot more to her mysterious past for follow-up books. In this story a girl called Elodie (hated that name) from an exclusive school is found dead by a riverside. Kate's (half) brother knew the girl well so that adds complications to her investigation. Twice we were told her body was discovered around 8.30am and then at a briefing it somehow got amended to 7.06am for no reason I could see, the word she was lost from a sentence and eighth turned into eight which was wrong and any was used when it should have been an in one place. However, this author got the apostrophe RIGHT when she used it in visitors' as very few authors seem to-quite strangely. I did spot a missing one as well, though, later on !! My massive ouch moment was when Courtney was replaced by Country. That is one of the most bizarre mistakes I've ever spotted in a book !! It was quite a short story (155 pages) and I don't usually download book with less than 200 pages as I prefer full-length tales and then it ended too at only 89%-grrrrrrr........I see the third in the series is only 164 pages too so another short one which is a shame. I will get it, though.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jilly

    This is my 8th in the Kate Redman series of books written by Celina Grace and it was as good as the first 7. I am now on a mission to find the other 4 that make up this 12 book series. When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case dev This is my 8th in the Kate Redman series of books written by Celina Grace and it was as good as the first 7. I am now on a mission to find the other 4 that make up this 12 book series. When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented young musician, Elodie had been keeping some strange company and was hiding her own dark secrets. As the list of suspects begin to grow, so do the questions. What is the significance of the painting Elodie modelled for? Who is the man who was seen with her on the night of her death? Is there any connection with another student’s death at the exclusive musical college that Elodie attended? As Kate and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck attempt to unravel the mystery, the dark undercurrents of the case threaten those whom Kate holds most dear…

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jann

    This had a rather strange start with some similes which seemed forced that almost put me off continuing. Sounds minor I know but until I get into a book it is the initial style which either pulls me in or makes me decide to get on with a better one. Another small quibble was the assumption that the readers of this second in a series, who may not have read the first, needed no introduction to the characters and their relationships. I think some brief details would have aided. I did carry on thoug This had a rather strange start with some similes which seemed forced that almost put me off continuing. Sounds minor I know but until I get into a book it is the initial style which either pulls me in or makes me decide to get on with a better one. Another small quibble was the assumption that the readers of this second in a series, who may not have read the first, needed no introduction to the characters and their relationships. I think some brief details would have aided. I did carry on though and the tension building to the eventual conclusion made it well worth the read. I shall look out for the first and future books in the series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Elisa

    I'm addicted to this series I've got the first 6 waiting in my kindle and I know I'm going to spend the weekend reading them all the second book was even better than the first great characters and the interactions between Kate and her family and co-workers is interesting I can't wait to see how different relationships developed the story was a good mystery loved it I'm addicted to this series I've got the first 6 waiting in my kindle and I know I'm going to spend the weekend reading them all the second book was even better than the first great characters and the interactions between Kate and her family and co-workers is interesting I can't wait to see how different relationships developed the story was a good mystery loved it

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    a wonderful mystery the second in the kate redmam series loved the story cant wait to read more

  17. 5 out of 5

    Regina Chapple

    Good read. Enjoy the book and characters. Looking for more from the author. I didn't want to put it down for the night. Good read. Enjoy the book and characters. Looking for more from the author. I didn't want to put it down for the night.

  18. 5 out of 5

    cindy ost

    Better than first I enjoyed this one much better than first book. First book the pages were off in a few spots which was distracting. Now I would really like to read the next book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda Lpp

    This was very quick, no surprises mystery. Fit well with my mindset for this time of year.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maureen Lamb

    This was my second Celina Grace mystery and I really liked it. She is a good and engaging writer who captures your attention and keeps you thinking, putting clues together throughout the story. When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the This was my second Celina Grace mystery and I really liked it. She is a good and engaging writer who captures your attention and keeps you thinking, putting clues together throughout the story. When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she’d met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate’s younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented young musician, Elodie had been keeping some strange company and was hiding her own dark secrets. As the list of suspects begin to grow, so do the questions. What is the significance of the painting Elodie modelled for? Who is the man who was seen with her on the night of her death? Is there any connection with another student’s death at the exclusive musical college that Elodie attended? As Kate and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck attempt to unravel the mystery, the dark undercurrents of the case threaten those whom Kate holds most dear…

  21. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Requiem (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 2) by Celina Grace is an awesome murder mystery with a completely different plot. Kate gets involved in this murder on two levels. As a cop and on a personal level, through her brother Jay.   The plot is clearly defined and keeps moving quickly, with many turns along the way. This is my first time reading a book by Celina Grace and look forward to delving into more. I enjoy Kate as the protagonist. She comes from challenging circumstances as a child and becom Requiem (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 2) by Celina Grace is an awesome murder mystery with a completely different plot. Kate gets involved in this murder on two levels. As a cop and on a personal level, through her brother Jay.   The plot is clearly defined and keeps moving quickly, with many turns along the way. This is my first time reading a book by Celina Grace and look forward to delving into more. I enjoy Kate as the protagonist. She comes from challenging circumstances as a child and becomes a “no-nonsense” cop. She is tough and compassionate at the same time. The author has developed her with incredible depth. As well as making her easy to relate to. I recommend Requiem to all who love murder mysteries. Although some parts are a little gruesome, it does not detract from the book. I rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars since I found a few errors, that suggest more editing should be done. It definitely should be on your summer reading list.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Renae Rogers

    From my personal notes: Book 2 in the Kate Redman series. I like this author. I like how she writes. I like how understated everything is. So British. As often happens when a murder is being investigated, a whole bunch of other shady business comes to light. This case involved a talented music student, child molestation, and a paedophilia ring, although that ring was not actually part of the case. There was a bit of coincidental stuff going on here, but that also can sometimes happen in a case. S From my personal notes: Book 2 in the Kate Redman series. I like this author. I like how she writes. I like how understated everything is. So British. As often happens when a murder is being investigated, a whole bunch of other shady business comes to light. This case involved a talented music student, child molestation, and a paedophilia ring, although that ring was not actually part of the case. There was a bit of coincidental stuff going on here, but that also can sometimes happen in a case. Sometimes a crime wouldn't be solved if a seemingly random thing hadn't happened. In this story, it happened twice. (Spoilers removed) I'm not a huge fan of solving crimes by coincidence but I can forgive those. Sometimes, it really does just happen.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Kate’s brother is an artist, giving her his latest one, of a girl laying in the river mud. Wanting to celebrate Kate moving into her house, and to hear the model, which also happens to be a great singer. The next day, a murder, which shocks Kate, the scene, and person is of her painting. Should she say anything about the painting, Jay didn’t come back and sleep at her place. Notifying parents, the girl had been different,argumentative the last few months. This case takes a turn that catches so ma Kate’s brother is an artist, giving her his latest one, of a girl laying in the river mud. Wanting to celebrate Kate moving into her house, and to hear the model, which also happens to be a great singer. The next day, a murder, which shocks Kate, the scene, and person is of her painting. Should she say anything about the painting, Jay didn’t come back and sleep at her place. Notifying parents, the girl had been different,argumentative the last few months. This case takes a turn that catches so many people.People guilty of a love that was wrong, of jealousy, scars from their past. Young, feeling unloved, their story will touch the readers.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Rebecca Shaw

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. An okay police procedural spoiled by the fact that the police detective gets a painting of the victim in the pose it is found in the very same day that she is introduced to the victim by her brother, the painter, and the day the victim is murdered. Too, too much coincidence going on here. Turns out the victim was being sexually abused and that resulted in her murder by her mother, who was jealous.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Kelley

    Excellent storytelling and interesting characters. First book by this author and I was quite impressed with the plot and how well blended the story was from beginning to end. The flow kept all the characters fresh and memorable. The female lead character is strong and stands out in a mostly male dominated workplace. I look forward to reading more books in this series in the future.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mirachil27

    Stays with you I actually finished this book yesterday, but I found myself thinking about it a lot. Images of the characters kept coming back to me. That's when I realized that this story had really gotten to me. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a fast-paced, contemporary British detective mystery. The plot is gripping and as I said, the characters are particularly memorable. I will certainly be reading more Celina Grace. Stays with you I actually finished this book yesterday, but I found myself thinking about it a lot. Images of the characters kept coming back to me. That's when I realized that this story had really gotten to me. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a fast-paced, contemporary British detective mystery. The plot is gripping and as I said, the characters are particularly memorable. I will certainly be reading more Celina Grace.

  27. 5 out of 5

    gwen graves

    Liked it. This was a much better written story than the first one. You learn more about the characters than the first book. There is much more depth to the characters and it one of things that help me enjoy a story. The one thing that surprised me about the author is that she lives in England and though it is set in England, the characters are much more Americanized, than other characters in other books by English authors.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    I am enjoying this series. Kate is quite the mystery and as we progress through her crime-solving, we get to see some layers of self-preservation peel away. Her love for her siblings despite the hot mess their mother has created shows a softer side of her that is endearing. I am hoping we get to see Kate's son track her down and heal some old wounds, and have her find a good and true love without losing her edge as an officer. I can't wait to continue with more of Kate's stories! I am enjoying this series. Kate is quite the mystery and as we progress through her crime-solving, we get to see some layers of self-preservation peel away. Her love for her siblings despite the hot mess their mother has created shows a softer side of her that is endearing. I am hoping we get to see Kate's son track her down and heal some old wounds, and have her find a good and true love without losing her edge as an officer. I can't wait to continue with more of Kate's stories!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Liza

    Kate spends time worrying that her brother has converted his painting of music student Elodie into reality when a body is found by the river. Mother, step-father, ex-boyfriend, teacher, the brother, the body-finder - all possible culprits. Sex, drugs, music, love. And dramatic teenage girls!! Not all the statements given to the police turn out to be the truth. Lots of motives; lots of suspects.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    I liked it, even though I had it pretty much figured out about halfway through the story. There were still a few surprises with some of the story's characters. I enjoy reading about the process of crime investigations. There was a good mix of supporting characters who had specific jobs to do and the how their jobs related to the ultimate solving of the murder. I liked it, even though I had it pretty much figured out about halfway through the story. There were still a few surprises with some of the story's characters. I enjoy reading about the process of crime investigations. There was a good mix of supporting characters who had specific jobs to do and the how their jobs related to the ultimate solving of the murder.

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