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Editorial Reviews. Review. 'DI Anna Travis is given her first murder case, which proves challenging as she has yet to find a body, in this new book from the.
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Now I suspect it's the fault of the source material. All I can say is it must be nice to have a CBE and be paid to write like this. Jun 09, Ben Guilfoy rated it did not like it. I was in the mood for a good murder mystery when I picked it up, and the premise of a murder without a body sounded pretty fascinating.

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But the entire book is just the characters endlessly having the same conversation over and over and over again. How many times did Travis talk to Tina in this book, never really learning anything new? This book could have been half the length it actually is and lose nothing. Mar 14, Mike Gabor rated it really liked it Shelves: The seventh book in the Anna Travis series and another winner. DCI Anna Travis is asked to look into the disappearence of a local man.

As the investigation moves forward it appears as the man was murdered as blood stains are found in his apartment but as there is no body and also no forensic evidence, Anna must work extra hard to make a case. Her investigation is also being closely followed by her superiors and pressure is building for her to solve it.

This is an excellent police procedural and The seventh book in the Anna Travis series and another winner. This is an excellent police procedural and the plot will keep you guessing to the end. Aug 19, Sapphire Bates rated it liked it. I felt the book had a slow start, it didn't really draw me in I only really kept reading because I hate not finishing a book.

However i'm glad I did because the story did pick itself up and the pace fastened. Once they realised that somebody had been murdered in Alan Rawlins' flat it then began to get exciting. I thought the book was written really well and the author threw in some interesting parts to the story line, I didn't suspect Alan Rawlins to be gay and was surprised when it turned out I felt the book had a slow start, it didn't really draw me in I only really kept reading because I hate not finishing a book.

I thought the book was written really well and the author threw in some interesting parts to the story line, I didn't suspect Alan Rawlins to be gay and was surprised when it turned out he was later in the book. I also thought that Alan not being the biological son of his father was a nice little unexpected twist. Although the book started to pick up during the middle part it as science dictates what goes up most come down and this book certainly did come back down. By the end I have to admit that I was bored, I kept reading due to the fact that I felt that if i'd come so far there was no point giving up yet.

An enjoyable read although I'm not sure i'd read it again. May 11, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: This is my 3rd novel by this author and in some ways it was my favorite one so far. I liked the opening hook. There were also some unexpected shifts in the plot that felt nicely done.

I also liked the MC. I felt like she was relate-able. So there were definitely things I liked. However, some of this felt kind of sluggish. I mean, how many times do you need to show the same pictures around just to get the same story. That type of thing felt tedious and there seemed to be more of that t This is my 3rd novel by this author and in some ways it was my favorite one so far. That type of thing felt tedious and there seemed to be more of that than I care for. I didn't enjoy this as much as all the others.

In fact in parts I found Anna's character annoying. So closed off and emotionless. The plot wasn't as interesting but I still read it in record time. She does have a knack of making you always want to read another page! I was going to give this book three stars but as Goodreads ratings system for four stars is 'really liked it' and that is how I felt about the book, that's the rating I will give it. It took me ages to get into this book, and probably only after about pages did I get into the story and actually care about what was going on. The only thing that kept me going past the pages was the fact that this is the seventh book in the Anna Travis series and I enjoy them and want to read them all so I p I was going to give this book three stars but as Goodreads ratings system for four stars is 'really liked it' and that is how I felt about the book, that's the rating I will give it.

The only thing that kept me going past the pages was the fact that this is the seventh book in the Anna Travis series and I enjoy them and want to read them all so I persevered with it and luckily halfway through the book definitely picked up and I couldn't read the rest of the book quick enough in my desire to reach its conclusion.

And what a conclusion it was. This time we see Anna taking on her very first case as DCI and unfortunately this is without the fantastic characters from other books, namely Barolli, Mike, Barbara and Joan and initially I was disappointed at this as I wanted to see how they would react now Anna was the boss but I think Mike is the same rank.

However we met Paul, a gay officer, Helen and Brian who I didn't really like that much but it was interesting to see how Anna interacted with them as the boss. In this book we also saw the POV of other characters rather than just mostly Anna and I think that this was because as DCI she had to delegate jobs to the other officers that she would have done herself in previous books when she was a lower rank.


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I thought she was great as DCI and as I have read the other books in the series she has improved, grown up and matured so much from the Anna we read about way back in the first books! I love Anna and think she's such a great character. In this book we find her still getting over the death of her fiance in the previous book which I said I felt was a rushed relationship for the sake of the storyline. Langton also featured heavily in this book and I just don't know where La Plante is going with this.

I know he is her boss and so is going to feature but it's just the scenes where they discuss personal things that confuse me. Anna appears to be over Langton however he doesn't appear to be over her and I just wonder whether their relationship is ever going to be revisited Overall the story was fantastic once it picked up after those pages. It read like a TV show which isn't surprising given La Plante's history and the fact that this book will be a TV show in a few years if the fantastic TV adaptation of Above Suspicion continues which I really hope it does.

It makes the books more enjoyable being able to put a face to the characters. I didn't really guess the ending but it wasn't an OMG moment where you didn't see it coming. I can't wait to get started with the next Travis novel though as as I said previously I think Anna is such a great character. I did read a few negative reviews for this book however I would have to disagree and say that whilst this might not be the best in the series, it is certainly not a one star book and is a very enjoyable read.

For me it was at least anyway. Nov 07, Suspense Magazine added it. DCI Anna Travis has a lot to prove.

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In spite of her feelings that the case should go to Missing Persons, she gives in with grace. Anna and her team work through the steps. One, Alan was an all-around good guy and there seems to be no reason whatsoever for anyone to kill him.


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But it becomes increasingly clear that something is amiss. Though the team shares a surge of excitement, the lead takes them nowhere. The only solution is to keep digging. It soon appears that little about Alan is as it seems, but the accumulating evidence can be interpreted different ways. Tension builds as Anna determinedly heads down one path, while Superintendent Langton is pushing her toward another. Has Alan Rawlins been murdered?

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This police procedural details the inner workings of an investigation from before its beginning through to its bitter end. I read this book in two days, comfortably. No staying up until 3AM although it was tempting as i had the next day off but nevertheless in two days because it had me hooked. Granted, it was quite detailed, however i don't think it was too much. The story follows DCI Anna Travis who is given a missing persons case of which department she is not a part of and in her inquiries discovers that it is actually a murder case.

However one that is not clear cut as there is no body and no evidence of who I read this book in two days, comfortably. However one that is not clear cut as there is no body and no evidence of who the actual victim was. Throughout you are taken on twists and turns, liking and disliking characters and wanting to get to the bottom of it. I really enjoyed the book however i think the ending was wrapped up too quickly. It wasn't how the story ended, it was more that the book was quite detailed yet the ending was very quick - almost a summary.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes a good murder mystery. Obviously there was a little bit of blood etc. Jun 09, Wendy rated it it was amazing. As mysterious and a page flipping book like Zoe Letting Go, the author of this novel, Lynda La Plante crafts out a crime scene in Britain. When she just returns, Edward Rawlins, comes to report that his son, Alan has been missing for two weeks. Langston, her former lover tries to help her, but Anna tries not to ask because she does not want him to pity her due t As mysterious and a page flipping book like Zoe Letting Go, the author of this novel, Lynda La Plante crafts out a crime scene in Britain.

Langston, her former lover tries to help her, but Anna tries not to ask because she does not want him to pity her due to her lost. Alan Rawlins' wife, Tina, becomes Anna's prime suspect.

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