Will to Live – a Tense and Gripping Crime Thriller by Rachel Amphlett

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Will to Live – Detective Kay Hunter book 2.

I think I read this book in record time I absolutely loved it.  From the first page I was gripped and the book didn’t let me go until I had finished it, the story was exciting, tense and nail biting.  It was unfortunate that life got in the way of my reading time over the weekend or I think I would have devoured it in one sitting!

I can’t wait to read the next one in the series (One To Watch, due out 6th June).  I think that as the series progresses it will just get better and better. In my opinion Rachel Amphlett is a massive player in the crime/thriller genre; I love the style of writing and the original story lines that come up in her books.  She is fast becoming one of my favourite authors.

I love the characters in this series and in this second book their relationships are developing and growing stronger.  Kay is having trouble from a superior officer who is undermining her every move and trying to discredit her, but she has the support of her team and is a feisty and strong woman who will not be beaten.

This book was fantastic and if I could give it 6 stars I would, I loved every page.  Highly Recommended!

Here is the blurb about the book: –

Reputation is everything.

When a packed commuter train runs over a body on a stretch of track known to locals as “Suicide Mile”, it soon transpires that the man was a victim of a calculated murder.

As the investigation evolves and a pattern of murders is uncovered, Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter realises the railway’s recent reputation may be the work of a brutal serial killer.

With a backlog of cold cases to investigate and attempting to uncover who is behind a professional vendetta against her, Kay must keep one step ahead of both the killer and her own adversaries.

When a second murder takes place within a week of the first, she realises the killer’s timetable has changed, and she’s running out of time to stop him.

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