Frozen Grave (DC Ebony Willis) Paperback – 20 Nov 2014
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About the Author
Lee Weeks was born in Devon. She left school at seventeen and, armed with a notebook and very little cash, spent seven years working her way around Europe and South East Asia. She returned to settle in London, marry and raise two children. She has worked as an English teacher and personal fitness trainer. Her books have been Sunday Times bestsellers. She now lives in Devon. Follow her on Twitter @LeeWeeksauthor
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I must say the plot is well conceived and the perpretrator is cleverly hidden, some might even say the author confused herself in the end and left matters unclear. This is both the strength and weakness of the novel; seemingly unrelated murders, complex motives and numerous suspects. Indeed if I am honest I remain unsure who did it and why and for others this has brought the rating down.
I would rather concentrate on the positives. I see progress in the quality story-telling and development of the characters. I thought the issues around gangs and the inadequacies of the police to enforce law and order was realistic. I appreciated the descriptions of the realities and people within the homeless scene and I loved the relationship between Mason and his dog.
It is a good book in the development of Lee Weeks as an author in my opinion but a word of caution if this was the first novel you read of Lee's you might see the weaker aspects of the story and not read another title in this series. In my view this would be the reader's loss as I feel the creativeness and craft of Weeks is strong enough to believe she will go from strength to strength and a 5 star offering is just a publication date away.