Book reviews, Crime thriller

No Going Back by Robert Crouch – Book Review

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What you don’t do will torment you.

When journalist Harry Lawson is pulled from a private swimming pool, his drowning looks like a tragic accident, but for one small detail – he knew someone was going to kill him.

The three text messages he fired off to an old flame the night before confirm he’s a troubled man. But former friend and sleuth, Kent Fisher, believes the messages hint at something deeper and more sinister – an investigation that cost Harry his life.

When a second reporter dies, it’s clear there’s a killer with unfinished business. As Kent inches towards a breakthrough he clashes with close friend Detective Inspector Ashley Goodman. She instructs him to stop investigating, knowing full well he won’t.

For Kent there’s no going back. He has to finish what he started, even though he risks losing a friend, and maybe his own life.

In the seventh murder mystery of the series, Kent Fisher digs deep to complete an investigation that’s far removed from the one he started.

MY REVIEW

#7 in the Kent Fisher Mysteries series, it can be read as a stand-alone but you will be missing out on a fantastic series.

Here, when Kent’s friend, the journalist Harry, is found dead he begins the investigation. He finds that Harry seemed to have known someone would kill him…

Kent begins to wonder who he can trust and when another journalist is killed DI Goodman tells him to leave the investigation to the police….but obviously he can’t. Will he catch the killer before anyone else dies?

Kent has an animal sanctuary and a will they won’t they, on and off relationship with Gemma. All the while he is trying to find out who killed his friend and why.

This is a marvellously twisty tale that will keep you guessing right to the end…full of tension, fantastic characters and a clever plot makes this another must read from Robert Crouch.

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