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Cold Blood: A gripping serial killer thriller that will take your breath away: Volume 5 (Detective Erika Foster) Paperback – 18 Sep 2017
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Erika’s new case starts when a male’s body turns washed up dismembered in a suitcase, off the river Thames. There first thought was, that it may be drug related as the body is filled with condoms full of drugs but, when another suitcase and another body turns up, this time a female, Erika knows that they have a serial Killer on their hands. Erika is leading the case with old friend Kate Moss and her team. Whilst Peterson is still on sick leave recovering from his gunshot to his stomach. They agreed that their relationship is over and they going to be ‘just friends’
As the investigations goes on, the story tells then tells of vulnerable teenager Nina who starts working in a chip shop. Where she meets Max, an older guy. Who introduces her to a life of crime and drugs. He is a violent thug who has no hesitation in hurting or killing people. Nina at first was in love with him. But she gets scared of him as he starts locking her in the flat and there is no a way of escaping.
This is a fast-paced, gripping read. It’s very addictive and I like how although some parts of the story are complex, it still flows very easily. This story, like the others in the series doesn’t disappoint. I liked how in this episode Robert has also included part of Erika’s personal life, her sister and her life at home in Slovakia and also how lonely she is. I also liked her ballsy character and the way she doesn’t stop until she gets the work done. It made the story more believable.
I can’t wait for the next book.
This is so much darker than the previous outings for Erika. Finding bodies on the banks of the Thames hacked to pieces to fit in a suitcase is a grim start and the body count keeps rising but with no connection between victims, Erika has her work cut out for her. We as readers start to see the evil perpetrators’ side of the story and that is a twisted side to the tale! They say love is blind….
I love Erika as a detective, I have from the start of The Girl In The Ice. As a character she’s developed over the past few books into a warmer character but still tenacious and passionate about her job. She’s started to show a caring side in her relationships but she’s still the hard nosed detective who says what’s on her mind even if it does get her in trouble!
I never thought I’d say this but thank goodness for hangovers; feeling rough gave me the perfect excuse to curl up on the sofa with my kindle and devour Cold Blood on a Sunday morning! The darkness and death distracted me from the pounding headache I was suffering! Mr Bryndza’s writing is highly addictive and each time I finish one book, I cannot wait for the next!!
Start now! Start with the 'Girl in the Ice'...go on, do it, do it now!!
I couldn’t wait to get started with this one. What a great plot.
Robert Bryndza has the ability to hook me in straight away.
The character of Max really creeped me out, he was really unhinged and swung from one extreme to the other. Nina was completely bowled over by him though, and would do anything to make him happy.
On to Erika Foster. I love this woman! She is a great, ballsy and smart character. She speaks her mind…always. It doesn’t matter how superior her colleagues are it makes no difference. The cast of characters in the force is a good mix. I feel I care about them and that has to be a good thing for an author to do.
A brilliant story, gripping and thrilling. Some unexpected twists and turns that made for an unputdownable book. Really gruesome too in parts.
I couldn’t stop reading, it’s packed with action and is very believable. I feel like it’s something you’d see in the news, one of those horrible things that shocks the nation.
I’ve recommended Robert Bryndza’s books to people all over the world. Everyone loves them, he’s a global superstar!!
Thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for my review copy in exchange for an honest review.