- Paperback: 296 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (21 Jan. 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1523324589
- ISBN-13: 978-1523324583
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 32 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,325,663 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Evil Unseen: Volume 3 (Archer and Baines) Paperback – 21 Jan 2016
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About the Author
Dave Sivers grew up in West London and left school at 16 to embark on a civil service career that took him to exotic places like Rhode Island USA, Cyprus, Brussels, Northern Norway and Sutton Coldfield. Along the way, he moonlighted variously as nightclub bouncer, bookie’s clerk and freelance writer, as well as picking up a first class honours degree from the Open University. Writing has always been his passion and, since giving up the day job, he has launched a second career as a novelist. The first two books in his popular Archer and Baines crime series set in Buckinghamshire’s Aylesbury Vale - The Scars Beneath the Soul and Dead in Deep Water - reached the top three in the Amazon Kindle Serial Killers chart and the third – Evil Unseen – has just been released. His other work includes two hybrid ‘crime fantasy’ novels featuring personal inquisitor Lowmar Dashiel. He lives in Buckinghamshire, England, with his wife, Chris.
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There is an atmosphere of suspicion and mistrust through the narrative which transfers itself to the reader and leaves them trying to work out who can be trusted and who shouldn't be. Even when you think you know the answers, there are no guarantees. I found that to be a great attention holder. I like the determination of Archer, especially the way in which she has overcome whatever happened to her in the past and is determined not to let it have any effect on her life now, although from time to time, it becomes obvious that she is perhaps more vulnerable than she would ever admit to being. Baines is an equally effective detective but he is, literally, trying to overcome ghosts from his past, however, will he ever take the steps he needs to in order to do that?
This is not a novel which neatly ties everything up in a happily ever after way at the end, but rather, finishes in a more congruent manner and leaves the reader wanting more. I really enjoyed it and am eagerly anticipating more in this series, must keep my eyes open better this time though.
I' m getting a little tired of the "Jack" plot which seems to be going nowhere & I'm finding quite pointless. Please Mr Sivers either resolve it or drop it. Otherwise a recommended read.
The Archer and Baines series has everything. A great storyline, strong characters and a continuing link between the books with Baines' missing son.
Once started they are unputdownable!
The latest book is a more complex book with many layers, just as you think the puzzle is solved, more are revealed and the book keeps you guessing until the end. But because more layers of the characters are revealed with each book this then makes you look forward to the next in the series with even more anticipation!...
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