Today’s team review is from E.L. Lindley, she blogs at http://lindleyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/
E.L has been reading A Kiss Before Killing by Keith McCarthy
A Kiss Before Killing by Keith McCarthy is an addictive thriller that I found hard to put down. The novel is one of many featuring pathologist John Eisnenmenger although this is the first one that I’ve read.
The novel opens with the seeming suicide of a prisoner whilst in custody. The man’s death brings Dr Claire Woodforde to the attention of Eisenmenger and his former lover DCI Beverley Wharton due to her claims that his death was suspicious and linked to other unexplained deaths in the hospital where she works. McCarthy then introduces a serial killer who is leaving tortured, dismembered bodies around the city as a seemingly unconnected storyline.
McCarthy uses third person narrative to tell his story and this works particularly well as we are…
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