Race to the kill by Helen Cadbury blog tour2

Iis the middle of a long night shift for PC Sean Denton and his partner PC Gavin Wentworth when they are approached by a dishevelled-looking woman desperate that they follow her. She leads them to the old Chasebridge High School where they find the dead body of a Syrian refugee. The investigation which points to the neighbouring greyhound stadium finds Denton caught up in a world of immigration, drugs and sexual abuse, and one in which his private life becomes increasingly entwined.

About the Author

Helen Cadbury wrote fiction, poetry and plays. She worked as an actor before becoming a teacher and spent five years teaching in prisons. She had an MA in Writing from Sheffield Hallam University. Her debut novel, To Catch a Rabbit, was the winner of the inaugural Northern Crime Competition. Helen passed away in June 2017. helencadbury.com @helencadbury

I was very pleased when I heard that we would be able to honour Helen Cadbury with a blog tour forever book the rave to kill.

This was my first novel I had read of hers and it was slightly confusing as there was so much of the nuances thst I missed without having read her previous work.

Her writing was flawless masterpiece that flowed easily.  The books tempo seemed a bit fast and was slightly confusing as to what it was really about.  

Her character Sean was so thought out and was shown as trying to make a name for himself as somone who is a go to person.

The book made me slightly sad because there won’t be more of this series to come but I still have her other books to look forward to.

Ibwas wonderful to have the opportunity to read this as it shows what a gifted person this author was and how she has touched lives with her words.

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