14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Good - but not quite great,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Last Temptation (Tony Hill and Carol Jordan, Book 3) (Hardcover)
There is just something missing to make this a great book but it is a riveting read and the description of the policework in Holland and Germany was fascinating. There is the feeling that the author suddenly tired of the book and it ends rather abruptly and it is difficult to believe that a seasoned policewoman would make such an elementary mistake. That being said it is a book which is difficult to put down and in Tony Hill we have a character who is flawed in a way which is not usual in this genre (i.e. the failed marriage, workaholic, borderline alcoholic cliché). I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the next, it will be interesting to see if the author will come back to Hill an Jordan and where they can go from here.