No Other Darkness by Sarah Hilary

No Other DarknessAfter enjoying Someone Else’s Skin so much I went straight on to read No Other Darkness, also by Sarah Hilary, and I’m glad I did as it is just as excellent.

Marnie Rome is back as our central police character and this time she is delving into an even more sinister set of people and circumstances as she tries to solve a seemingly cold case involving two dead brothers.

No Other Darkness kept me guessing all the way through as my brain tried to piece together all the little snippets about people and come up with a conclusion. There are two stories that you know will converge at some point and it is interesting trying to pin down who you think is ‘good or bad’ as the story unfolds.

Another resounding success as far as I am concerned, my only stumbling point with these books is that to me they feel more as though they are set in America than in theĀ UK. Not really a negative point, I just had to keep reminding myself that it was in London.

Synopsis:

Two young boys.
Trapped underground in a bunker.
Unable to understand why they are there.
Desperate for someone to find them.
Slowly realising that no-one will…

Five years later, the boys’ bodies are found and the most difficult case of DI Marnie Rome’s career begins.

Her only focus is the boys. She has to find out who they are and what happened to them.

For Marnie, there is no other darkness than this…

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