Who can you really trust?

 Detective Inspector Denis Hamilton is dragged into a gruesome murder investigation, while on annual leave in Lake Windermere. A handwritten note, with a woman’s name, is found inside the corpse.


When a direct link to London is unidentified, Hamilton must race against the clock to make the connection before the body count rises.


Meanwhile, four friends with strained relationships, are reunited. What past event do they want to keep buried and is there something linking them to the murders?


Then, when a person from Hamilton’s past returns, he must ask himself: how well do we really know our friends?


London’s murder investigations team returns in this third novel from the bestselling author of In the Shadows and No Safe Home.

Author bio:

Tara is a crime/psychological thriller author from London, UK. Turning 30 in 2015 propelled her to fulfil her lifelong dream of becoming a writer. In the Shadows is Tara’s debut solo novel published in March 2016. She co-wrote The Caller and Web of Deceit: A DI Sally Parker novella with New York Times bestselling author, M.A Comley.

In August 2016 Tara signed a two-book contract with Bloodhound Books. The second book in the DI Hamilton series, No Safe Home, was published in January 2017.

When she’s not writing, Tara can be found at a local Wacky Warehouse stuck in the ball-pit with her young, energetic son. 

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My Review 

This is the third installment of DO Hamilton and was  i find laudable but also somewhat disconcerting as well.  There seems no anger or hard feelings when he disappears from the vacation.  It truly shows that the family is very tight. 

This book really shows just what a great author Tara lyons is.  The book focuses on her strengths as an author and really allows me to see just why she has a strong following for this series.

This book can be read as a standalone however i would recommend you read the other two first as it puts into context more of what Dennis is like.

A gifted author and a great third book to the series that has many twists and turns.

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