Even perfect families have secrets....
Niamh and Conor Ryan are the perfect power couple: smart, successful and beautiful, they have an enviable relationship and an idyllic family life. But then the unthinkable happens. Their oldest son, Tom, is the victim of a hit-and-run. What was Tom doing out walking so late at night? Did he really have problems sleeping, or was he secretly meeting someone? Is it a coincidence that his friend, Lauren, committed suicide nearby - or is there something more sinister going on?
Detective Garda Cathy Connolly is part of the team investigating both incidents. As she delves deeper, she realises that all is not what it seems in the Ryan household and that everyone connected to both cases have their own reasons for hiding things from the police.
With her boss and mentor, Dawson O'Rourke, in line for a promotion on the other side of the country, it's time for Cat to consider not only what she wants from her career but also where their relationship is going. However, when a terrorist threat is unveiled close to home, will Cat be able to put the pieces together in time to save the day? Whatever happens though, there is no turning back....
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as predictable as Sunday roast
My third Sam Blake book and defo my last one.
After two disappointing volumes, this one is actually downright annoying.
It doesn't take too much of thinking to know right from the start who the killer is, but one might want to read on/ listen in order to find out if the author really writes that bluntly...
only to find out: YEP.
I mean, Jaysus, are the Muslims still the baddies? Haven't we had two decades of that "ooooh, a Muslim, yeeeeeees, he must be the killer, they all are" shite? Can't you come up with something new, Sam?
As usual, Aoife McMahon is brilliant, but that doesn't help the godawful story.
Total waste of money and time.