The Lily Branchby Carole Pitt, Steve Kermode
"Elizabeth stared at Jerome. Even in death, she appeared to be posing for the camera." In the midst of tackling her personal problems, DI Elizabeth Jewell investigates her biggest case, the murder of top fashion model Lily Jerome. After a second body turns up on an isolated farm, Jewell searches for a link between the crimes, aided by newspaper editor Nick Calbrain. For Jewell, pursuing the killer will change her life forever. With her career in jeopardy for breaking too many rules, she has nothing to lose, except maybe her life.
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Reminds me of Wingfield's Frost novels. If you like those, get this book! Its not the fastest paced to start, but it warms up. I felt so sorry for Elizabeth! The investigation does take the absolute forefront of the story but we read some of Elizabeth's troubles with her having to balance her personal issues with being dragged through the mud by the papers, fighting with her boss, and trying to figure out her relationship with David. Definately worth a look if you like crime novels.
Extremely boring. I suffered thru til pg 300 before i just gave up. It made no sense, the story was set in Britian so that was difficult to follow in the language and towns but there was no character development, no mystery set up, no excitement. Just boring page after page of detective interviews that never seemed to link to anything. Would not recommend. Even for free, it cost too much.