This debut novel from Dylan H Jones is a very well written, fast paced and solid story from start to finish.
The main protagonist, Tudor Manx, makes for an engaging and likeable character, and his troubled past is hinted at throughout, an interesting sub plot running alongside the main story line of hideous serial killings and seedy drug dealings.
The fact that we also have an insight into the home lives of his colleagues in the police force adds to the depth of the tale. Too often, this is an area somewhat over looked by some crime and thriller authors, but personally I like this aspect as it enables the reader to build a fuller picture of the characters in all walks of their lives.
I am a real fan of this genre, and now having discovered Anglesey Blue and thoroughly enjoyed it, I shall certainly be following this author and waiting eagerly for his next offering - the cliff hanger ending certainly points the way to a sequel.
A few minor editorial and grammatical errors in the book were noted, but by no means spoilt my enjoyment of this very tense and engaging page turner.