Wednesday, 2 March 2016
For All Our Sins by T.M.E. Walsh
Thanks to Carina UK, I received a copy of this as part of the #CarinaCrimeClub in exchange for an honest review.......
Father Wainwright is murdered in his own church in a most gruesome and horrific way. DCI Claire Winters, DS Michael Diego and her team are called into investigate the circumstances but with there been no clues, no leads this is a very clever killer. It becomes clear to DCI Claire Winters that the victims death was prolonged, agonising and motivated by a lust for revenge.
As the investigation begins to gather pace, one body becomes two, and then three, Claire finds herself in a race against time to connect the dots between a host of devastating secrets but as Claire begins to get closer to the victim’s family what it reveals turns her murder case into something far more sinister.....
I didn't like this, I LOVED it. It was brilliant. I had it finished in 2 days, I will admit that it was a little slow to start off and I was unsure if it was going to get going but then all of a sudden it hit me with a bang and I couldn't swipe the pages quick enough on the Kindle. I did have my suspicions and I didn't know who to trust either. It was full of twists and turns which I love and I couldn't believe the twist. I was shocked and didn't see it coming at all. I couldn't warm to DCI Claire Winters at all in this book but maybe that's the way her character is supposed to be portrayed but the story didn't disappoint.
This is T.M.E. Walsh's debut novel and For All Our Sins is the first in a series featuring DCI Claire Winters and I'm really looking forward to reading the next in the series which is The Principle of Evil.
All Our Sins is available on Kindle and from all good bookstores. For All Our Sins is currently on Kindle for 99p at the time of publication of this review.