When a tragic farm accident turns out to be foul play, DCI Harry Grimm finds himself up against a murderer years in the making and out for revenge.
With the local community in self-imposed lock down, and the body count quickly climbing, Harry and his team are in a race against time to stop a killer as invisible as they are brutally effective.
But with some threatening to take the law into their own hands, and the wounds of his own past once again starting to bleed, DCI Harry Grimm is about to take a trip into Hell.
JOHN ‘BEEF’ CHAPSTICK HAD THE TEMPER OF A BULL WITH A SORE HEAD AND THE BUILD AND FACE to match.CHAPTER ONE
(Weirdstone Publishing, 16 October 2020, 267 pages, ebook, copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed)
This is my first time reading the author. I really enjoyed Best Served Cold. I’m reading three books in the DCI Grimm series for a blog tour so look forward to finding out more about Grimm, his cases and what kind of person he is. As you can probably tell from the title, the driving force behind the book is revenge, though the reason for the revenge is not revealed until much later in the book. I felt great sympathy for the killer when their revealed along with their motivations. They aren’t a psychopath killing for pleasure; they believe they are seeking justice for something terrible that happened thirty years before. I could relate to their motivations. I’d recommend this.