The Dare by Carol Wyer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Carol Wyer books are compulsive reading material. From the first time a book of hers came my way until this up to date book right here.
Her style has become more evident, her purpose more powerful. Her characters more rounded and plots more breathtaking.
This twisted tale had me hooked in its net from the first page until the last.
Don’t be mistaken, this isn’t about kids going missing, lordie we’ve had enough of those last year. This has guts to it and don’t forget if you’ve read the other two books in the series it has.... DI Natalie Ward. I’ve seen how this DI has developed and her own personal life and difficulties splayed out for us readers to see.
What a dam good DI she is. Her work does take precedence over her family most times and I’d say things were not as good as they should be.
I don’t know for sure but I’m hoping the next book is a make or break for this family.
The dedication and time she puts into a case is second to none. One of my best female DI’s well, after all, she has my surname right?!
The conclusion of this was indeed a surprise to me.
A great reveal that I didn’t actually see rearing it’s head.
I’m loving each of her books. In my humble opinion as a reader she’s an author in the “upper class” of this genre.
If you enjoy an edge of your seat read where time is of the essence, you’ve found it.
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