DI Patrick Lennon is assigned to a case where the body of a teenage girl is found in a hotel room, there appears to be no apparent motive, but as the body count rises Lennon realises the killer is targeting fans of the worlds biggest boy band.
As the killer continues his campaign , Lennon finds himself struggling with his personal life and with rivals on the force. As the search for the killer becomes more urgent, Lennon makes a terrible mistake that ends in disaster, so not only is he in a race to save the life’s of more teenage girls, but also his career
This is only the second book I have read by Mark Edwards and Louise Voss, but it certainly won’t be my last! The blissfully Dead deals with the seedier side of the music industry, the dangers of social media and online bullying. It is a very believable story and makes you contemplate the negative side to social media. Edwards and Voss hit the road running with The blissfully dead and the pace never lets up. There are lots of twists and turns along the way, with red herrings thrown which crank up the tension. The characters are well developed and I like the fact DI Patrick Lennon has flaws and difficulties in his personal life, which help to create a believable character. Edwards and Voss manage to deliver a tense thriller which kept me gripped from the opening chapter to the last page. I’m hoping this won’t be the last we see of DI Lennon,and I for one would pre order their next book without hesitation
5☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️Out of 5 from me