Sunday 2 October 2016

Blog Tour: Strangers by Paul Finch

Strangers by Paul Finch
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dark, gritty and always edge-of-your-seat: the #1 bestseller is back with a standout new heroine…

Unknown, alone, and fearing for your life.

As PC Lucy Clayburn is about to find out, going undercover is the most dangerous work there is.

But, on the trail of a prolific female serial killer, there's no other option – and these murders are as brutal as they come.

Lucy must step into the line of fire – a stranger in a criminal underworld that butchers anyone who crosses the line.

And, unknown to Lucy, she's already treading it…

Always gripping. Always gruesome. Paul Finch will leave fans of Rachel Abbott and MJ Arlidge gasping for more.


One mistake changed everything for PC Lucy Clayburn and her dreams of working for CID is suddenly less likely. However, this new case, working undercover trying to catch a female serial killer could set her record straight and help her career. That is of course that the hunt doesn't kill her...

Lucy Clayburn is not a woman who is afraid to take some risks, especially after the setback a few years before when her career stalled. However, going undercover as a prostitute looking for leads to find a female serial killer is not an everyday job. And, now Lucy will meet some of the nastiest bad people as she searches for clues to find a serial killer. And, one personal discovery will change her life forever.

I seriously hope that this is the first book in a series because Lucy Clayburn is one hell of a woman, and I really want to read more book about her. What I like about Lucy is that she is a normal woman, no big secrets from the past or psychological problem. She was raised by a single mom, never knowing her father and she loves being a cop. However, this book will bring some changes into her life as she goes deep undercover. Seriously, this is one hell of a book, dark and gritty, and I found myself quite caught up with it. I must admit that I saw one of the twist coming, the one concerning her own life, and I waited to see how it would turn out when Lucy learned the truth and let me tell you she really has a hell of a temper. But, I guess we all would have been shocked by what she found out if we were in her position.

Strangers is an excellent book, perfect for crime fans!

I want to thank the publisher for providing me with a free copy through NetGalley for an honest review!

No comments:

Post a Comment