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Kill Me Twice: Rosie Gilmour 7 Paperback – 25 Aug 2016
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Thrilling and compelling (Kimberley Chambers)
Rosie Gilmour is a captivating character who drags the reader along at breakneck speed (Sunday Express)
Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing . . . grips like a vice (Daily Record)
Another superb outing for Rosie Gilmour . . . a real nail-biter (Eurocrime)
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Dangerous secrets threaten to destroy lives from the sink estates of Glasgow to the corridors of Westminster in the seventh case for Rosie GilmourSee all Product description
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I must be honest and say that although I have the entire series on my ‘To Be Read’ list, ‘Kill Me Twice’ is the first book of Anna’s that I have actually read. I LOVED this book and read it in just over 24 hours. Needless to say the rest of the series have been bumped up the list. I now realise just what I have been missing.
The characters in ‘Kill Me Twice’ are many and diverse in nature. I adored the character of Rosie, in that she is an ambitious young lady, who is trying to make headway in the world of journalism. She is certainly feisty and has got herself into many different scrapes but she doesn’t show her fear. Rosie has a strong sense of right & wrong, she fights for justice and she fights to get to the truth, however painful it may be. Her editor sometimes despairs of her actions but he knows that Rosie gets results. I really did feel for the three characters mentioned above- the supermodel, the alcoholic wife of the politician and the heroin addict. All are victims in their own way and a product of their circumstances. Certain other characters were distinctly sinister, creepy and were guaranteed to make your skin crawl but that is the intention.
‘Kill Me Twice’ deals with historical sexual abuse, which is relevant in this day and age, given the numerous investigations that are currently ongoing. I used to work in child protection so I have some knowledge of the topic. I don’t want to go into too much detail about the plot of this book but some of the excuses and reasons given made my blood boil and I could have quite cheerfully jumped into the book to slap the relevant people.
This book is really well written. I found that my attention was gripped from the first word on the first page and kept my attention until the last word on the last page. It was as if I had become immersed in the investigation and was a silent member of the team. Reading this book was a bit like riding on a rollercoaster ride in that there were lots of twists, turns and stomach churning moments. I genuinely had to hold my breath at times as I feared what was coming next and I hoped that Rosie wouldn’t get herself into a scrape that she couldn’t escape from. For me, ‘Kill Me Twice’ was a real ‘CPID’ book and reading it became like an addiction, in that I just wanted to read one chapter more, just a little chapter more etc.
In short, I LOVED this book and I will definitely be reading the rest of the series as a matter of urgency. I would definitely recommend this book to others. This book scores a definite 5* for me. I can’t wait to read the next book in the Rosie Gilmour series, which is called ‘Death Trap’ and is released on the 12th January 20
This one is up to Anna’s usual very high standard, and one I couldn’t really put down for long and read it over 48 hours (well, cant read books all day can you?). Another Rosie Gilmour thriller, tackling various aspects of child abuse, drugs, suicide and politics. I don’t know where Anna Smith gets her ideas from (not sure that I want too!!), but they do make compelling reading and to a person with very little knowledge of either the subject matter or Glasgow, they do come across as realistic.
As with the rest of the series, the book is well written, with believable characters, and almost makes you cheer at the end result. I don’t want to give too much away, but just wish to fully recommend the book!
It has and once again it has been a book to keep you hooked. Every page was brilliant,can't th ukulele no off the right words. They just get better and better,can't wait for next one.
Hope it's nearly finished Anna Smith and don't retire Gilmore anytime soon
Hooked from first page and right up until last,that's how exciting the book was
Keep up the good work Anna Smith!
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