The Murder Book: The incredibly dramatic Sunday Times Tom Thorne bestseller
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He has very particular and very good skill sets which he utilizes throughout the story to solve the case.
Eventually Jill joins the Murder Club, and the four ladies share private interdepartmental information in an effort to track and stop the killer before he strikes again. And yes, Harry was putting together a murder book which was a new concept to me and not what I expected at all.He is methodical with his record keeping, with pictures, videos, audios, interviews, everything that pertains to a crime recorded, documented, and saved. The longer one stays here the more does the spirit of the moor sink into one's soul," Watson realizes.
Richard Sumner, who’d planned to find some online “no strings nookie” while his wife was in Liverpool at a conference, ends up minus his ears and his life.
Unfortunately, the Harry Duncan character is simply too good, too knowledgeable, too over the top, and not very well-written. There’s reference to a secret Hendricks, Tanner and Thorne share which seemed quite important here but I struggled to remember. Harry Duncan, a private investigator working as an independent contractor for the government, uses ingenuity and past experience in law enforcement to outsmart the bad guys and to discover the motive behind the take over of the towns.