Publish date: September 2011
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Maeve Kerrigan (#1)
First, to get this out there, I love British police procedurals. They are normally crisp, compelling and well written. The Burning is a premier example of the best the genre has to offer. Written from the viewpoint of Detective Constable (DC) Maeve Kerrigan, the story focuses on the hunt for “The Bu...
Police procedural about a serial murder investigation and a victim that doesn't fit the profile. Chapters switch back and forth between two of the characters: Maeve Kerrigan, the DC in charge of investigating the copy-cat murder, and Louise North, the best friend of the victim. A couple of chapters ...
The debut of a new young detective Maeve Kerrigan, which is a nice change from the older woman detectives (though I love those as well). She is ambitious and smart and looking to solve the mysteries. Loved her grit. Final verdict: Looking forward to the next in the series
Synopsis: There is a Burning Man serial killer running around London. His latest victim, Rebecca Haworth, has a history behind her, but is she truly his latest victim or of a plot much more sinister. DC Maeve Kerrigan is determined to find out even if it kills her!My opinion: I loved this series deb...
A serial killer is loose in London, abducting young women and setting their corpses on fire. DC Maeve Kerrigan and her colleagues have been on the trail of the “Burning Man,” but their efforts have so far proven fruitless. A fifth victim has just been found; however, the crime scene doesn’t exactly ...
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