To Die For By J M Dalgliesh

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To Die For: A chilling British detective crime thriller (The Hidden Norfolk Murder Mystery Series Book 9) By J M Dalgliesh

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Book/Novel Author: J M Dalgliesh

Book/Novel Title: To Die For

 

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What line would you cross for the one you love?When the body of a man is found in his remote, isolated home, DI Tom Janssen and his team struggle to understand what motive there could be to murder such an inoffensive, seemingly placid local character.The man lived alone, was well known in the community but kept his distance from others leading a haphazard way of life. What secrets did he hide in his private life that might be worth killing for?As the team are about to understand, even the most nondescript of people can exist in a world darker than most of us will ever see…Set within the mysterious beauty of coastal Norfolk, this fast-paced British detective novel is a dark murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the very end when the final shocking twist is revealed.To Die For is the ninth novel in the Hidden Norfolk series of thrillers from the million-selling British crime writer, JM Dalgliesh, the author of the Dark Yorkshire books. Perfect for fans of LJ Ross, JD Kirk, Angela Marsons, Simon McCleave and Damien Boyd.Read more
The story kept the secret to the end. I liked that.He always writes a good story.This one was highly enjoyable.
I try not to start a Hidden Norfolk mystery unless I have time to read the whole book.They are that good.The recurring characters are very likeable.Even Cassieseems nicer now.Highly recommend!
An entertaining and good series is hard to find these days. At least for me. But Hidden Norfolk is one of them and a favorite.This one had me in the dark until the end.

I stopped readingafter a couple of chaThe grammatical errors and incomplete sentences were just too much.Book needs editing.
The team plods and flounders through most of the book, getting nowhere. Then, a chance remark by a peripheral character, near the end of the book, leads to an otherwise unnoticed major clue that the “detectives” should have seen much earlier. Bingo! Case solved! Unbelievable!The book also seemed shorter than previous books in the series, leading me to wonder if Mr. Dalgleish just got tired of it and decided on a quick and dirty wrap-up.

 

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