Who really killed Leo Fenton?
Two years ago, Ben Fenton went camping with his brother Leo. It was the last time they ever saw each other. By the end of that fateful trip, Leo had disappeared, and Ben had been arrested for his murder.
Ben’s wife Ana has always protested his innocence. Now, on the hottest day of 2018’s sweltering heat wave, she receives a phone call from the police. Leo’s body has been found, in a freshly dug grave in her own local churchyard. How did it get there? Who really killed him?
St Albans police, led by DCI Jansen, are soon unpicking a web of lies that shimmers beneath the surface of Ana’s well-kept village. But as tensions mount, and the tight-knit community begins to unravel, Ana realises that if she wants to absolve her husband, she must unearth the truth alone.
While I wasn’t enamored with the characters which is very important to me is to have characters that you really want to read about either because you love or hate them, the book fell short in that area.
Ths story was fairly good. I love camping having grown up doing it a lot and think it has an amazing amount of items you can do especially in a crime book.
It is inspiring to see someone writing from that angle as it’s not often that a book is about something that I am into.
Will read the author again in hopes of finding the characters that fit for me.