5 stars from me!
Fighting Monsters is a great book in the DI Hannah Robbins series of novels.
In addition to Hannah herself, there are some really good and strong characters who are brought to life within the pages of the book.
Lee’s character was very clear to me and his sadness seemed to ooze off the pages.
Pasha – who tries so hard – became clearer as the book went on, I look forward to reading more about her.
I also really enjoyed Aaron’s role within the book and I am very pleased that his Aspergers is written so well and so respectfully. Hannah went up even further in my estimations for her interactions with him.
I love the way Rebecca Bradley writes and have also enjoyed her previous books – the fact that she is a former DC must go some way to adding credibility to her words I guess and Fighting Monsters rings all too true as you delve deeper into the story.
As ever, I have no intention of giving any of the storyline away, suffice it to say this is a great crime/police thriller and I would recommend that you download the back catalogue and then treat yourself to all of Rebecca Bradley’s books in order!
Synopsis: 24 hours after he walked away from court a free man, cop killer and gang leader Simon Talbot is found murdered. In his possession; the name of a protected witness from his trial.
For DI Hannah Robbins, it’s a race against time to find Talbot’s killer, and locate the bystander before it’s too late.
But as Hannah delves deeper into the past, she begins to question the integrity of the whole operation.
Where do you turn when you can’t trust the police?