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Under Parr (Norfolk Coast Investigation Story Book 2) by [Bramhall, Andrea]
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Under Parr (Norfolk Coast Investigation Story Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
Book 2 of 2 in Norfolk Coast Investigation Stories (2 Book Series)

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About the Author

Andrea Bramhall wrote her first novel at the age of six and three-quarters. It was seven pages long and held together with a pink ribbon. Her Gran still has it in the attic. Since then she has progressed a little bit and now has a number of published works held together with glue, not ribbons, an Alice B. Lavender certificate, a Lambda Literary award, and a Golden Crown award cluttering up her book shelves. She studied music and all things arty at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating in 2002 with a BA in contemporary arts. She is certain it will prove useful someday...maybe. When she isn't busy running a campsite in the Lake District, Bramhall can be found hunched over her laptop scribbling down the stories that won't let her sleep. She can also be found reading, walking the dogs up mountains while taking a few thousand photos, scuba diving while taking a few thousand photos, swimming, kayaking, playing the saxophone, or cycling.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 936 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ylva Publishing; 1 edition (17 May 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B072HMT2DB
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #100,411 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I previously compared the first book in this series (of 3 perhaps?) to Cari Hunter's but what Andrea Bramhall, as an author, does BETTER than Cari Hunter is bring a breadth of subject matter to her books. This is a solid police procedural in Cari Hunter style but when you compare this to others Bramhall has written (e.g Nightingale, Just My Luck) you find an author unafraid to try a range of different subjects and styles. And the quality of the writing is top notch. Personally, I loved this well-crafted investigation of a tragic event (with a dark and hidden undertone) and I also love Kate and Gina's slow-growing romance. You don't always need sex to write something great...
Do yourself a favour and read the first before you read this and then, like me, eagerly await the next (even if I think I might have an idea who Gina's secret admirer is...) Please don't make us wait too long for book 3!
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There is no doubt Bramhall is an amazing writer. I loved the first book in the series and have been eyeing this one up since Christmas (and become increasingly more irate as its publishing date got pushed back, cue much fist waving for most of Feb).

I can't say enough that you should read this book and its prequel! You'll enjoy it! It's funny, gripping and believable. Its terrifying for anyone who works in the industry because you can kinda see it happening. (Spoiler - Google Shipman for further reading after completion)

Fair warning, its clear that there is some setting up for a third book! Great news but if you are wanting to see some form of resolution of a couple of things you may find yourself pulling your hair out. No bad but I've been pulling since Feb.

In summary read the book! And I'm off to the wiggery.
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When a skeleton is found in a previously sealed up WWII bunker Detective Sergeant Kate Brannon is faced with a cold case which some intriguing twists. Scraps of women's clothes on a man’s bones, different names on the labels, different sized shoes on the wrong feet. Kate isn't sure they will ever find out who he was, let alone how he died and ended up in a bunker that has been sealed since the storm floods of 2013, but she is determined to do her best find out.



As the investigation unfolds the twists and turns become more of a puzzle, unusual activity at the golf course, above average deaths at the local care-home, and a series of clues that just make the detective’s radar ping.



Book 2 of the Norfolk Coast Investigation Stories series and the events of book 1, “Collide-O-Scope” are still being felt in the fishing village of Brandale. Gina has recovered physically but emotionally the scars are deep. Sammy is having nightmares and being bullied at school by kids whose fathers are either waiting for trial or out of a job. The impact on Kate and Gina isn't good either, Gina has withdrawn, and Kate doesn’t know how to get through to her.



As always Andrea Bramhall’s story arc are excellently thought through and executed. This is a solid detective story, occasional leaps of intuition and faith, but essentially the local “Plod” following a series of interrelated clues and gradually uncovering how the events we see in the prologue came about.



The characters are becoming old friends, deepening as we get to know them, filling out details, colouring in history; their friendships and relationships growing over time.
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By Elaine Tomasso TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 May 2017
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I would like to thank Netgalley and Ylva Publishing/ Book Enthusiast Promotions for a review copy of Under Parr, the second novel to feature DS Kate Brannon of the Norfolk police.

The novel opens in 2013 when dementia sufferer, Alan, walks in on a man suffocating another care home occupant. After a struggle Alan stumbles off to get help. Cut to 2016 and DS Kate Brannon is called in to the discovery of a skeleton found in a sealed off bunker. Everything about the case is undetermined from the cause of death to the victim's identity so Kate has her work cut out.

I enjoyed Under Parr. It has a good mix of a twisty plot and strong characterisation. Obviously the reader has more idea of motive than the police but the discoveries they make and secrets they uncover are mostly surprising and make for an absorbing read.

I liked the fact that many of the characters who come under suspicion or just into contact with the police are genuinely nice people with a desire to help and nothing to hide. It makes for a refreshing change. Apart from the investigation there is a fair amount of interaction between Kate and her colleagues and her girlfriend, Gina. I think the banter between the characters is natural and often amusing. I feel the novel is top heavy on Gina and Kate's relationship as Ms Bramhall rehashes all the key elements of her previous novel (no point in reading it now) and concentrates on Gina's efforts to survive its aftermath. While it is sweet it has no bearing on the investigation.

Under Parr is a good read.
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