Some places and the incorporation of Frankie s past could have been a bit seamless For a minute I was confused on whether I was reading about a new victim and where that came from and then it began to make sense and then it got darker
"and i do like dark frankie has been "I DO LIKE DARK FRANKIE HAS BEEN THE WRINGER AND I FEAR FOR has been the wringer and I fear for safety for any future entanglements that may come with other casesLovers of police procedurals will be drawn to this new series Let s see where the author takes Frankie on her journey shall weThank you to Dutton books for this copy Detective Chief Superintendent Frankie Sheehan returns to the job after an horrific assault and is handed a case that on the surface looks like a suicide It doesn t take long for her to determine that this is anything but a self inflicted death Throughout the story Frankie flashes back to what happened to her while answering a call for police assistance Her plight was gradually revealed sometimes overlapping into the current investigation All the while she and her team are challenged with puzzling clues that lead them down dark paths and to suspects that hit close to home for Frankie It
was tough for me to connect with her or even judge her skills as it was tough for me to connect with her or even judge her skills as it was that often she was either projecting her own issues or refusing to accept truths about people she knew personally The case however was extremely interesting drawing me in slowly and building excitement It all culminates ite nicely entwining around the trial of the man accused of attacking Frankie My issues with Frankie aside I just thought she came back to work too soon this series has high potential as she has a strong team I m interested in seeing how she merited such a meteoric rise to her position and seeing her in action without the baggage she carried in this one I really liked the narrator who seemed to capture the main character perfectly and managed a host of accents and other characters distinctively It s a really good story 35 starsI received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an Shackletons Journey unbiased review I do have many favourite novels it s just something that happens to me I expect it does to you too YES ONE HUNDRED PERCENT TOO CLOSE TO BREATHE IS ONE OF MY FAVOURITE NOVELS THAT SITS AT THE TOP OF MY LONG LIST OF FAVOURITE STORIES Four murders Each may have a connection Eleanor Costello is called Dr Costello at theniversity college Dublin When Eleanor is fo. And old stab wounds absent from medical records A new cut is carefully deliberately covered in paint Eleanor's husband Peter is nreachable missing A search of the couple's home reveals only two signs of personality a much loved book on art and a laptop with access to the Dark WebWith the suspect pool growing the carefully crafted profile of the victim crumbling with each new lead and mysterious calls to Frankie's phone implying that the killer is closer than anyone would like all Frankie knows
DOWNLOAD Too Close to Breathe375 stars Thanks to Dutton Books and Penguin s First to Read for a chance to review this ARC Published April 5 2018This is a debut novel and the first of a new detective series that takes place in Ireland The main protagonist is Detective Chief Superintendent Frankie Sheehan a female detective She has just returned to work from an on the job injury having been stabbed in the
Face After Going Into A Crime Scene Alone Refusing Toafter going into a crime scene alone refusing to for back p No sooner is she back to work than she is handed a crime to solve The hanging death of a well known and well liked female college professor Before the case is over three people are dead Sheehan s home town is drug into the fray and the Dark Web and bondage have entered the case Further she has testified in court and let off the man who had previously stabbed her Sheehan sees a connection between the two cases For a debut novel I felt that Kiernan did a really good job of keeping you in suspense I thought about half way through that I had detected the killer I must admit I wasn t even close This is a short novel and that helped to keep the writing tight yet propel it along For a detective novel and mystery I felt that Kiernan kept the characters to a minimum and introduced them slowly therefore letting the reader build a better rapport with each one This is a series that I will follow Enticed By You (by You, up on and I can foresee Kiernan making her name well known in this genre There s just something about a flawed protagonist that I just love Frankie is certainly that After dealing with a horrible experience from her past case she s back and what should be a run of the mill suicide case turns into a murder case that puts her right back into the danger she was hoping to avoid coming back into the forceA solid debut series but doesn t really give you anything different from most procedurals out there The author does showcase PTSD and the lasting effects of a traumatic event and how it impacts every part of a person s life And I do love the mention and incorporation of anything dark web I m so curious about this by the way Does it really exist I m sure it does Would I ever be curious enough to go delving in Doubtful very doubtful The book does provide solid detective work over some out of the ordinary solving of a case that we tend to see and I appreciate the authenticity of thisI will say that while I enjoyed the story line I did feel that it dragged in. Olivia Kiernan's tautly written debut novel immerses readers in a chilling murder case and the tantalizing enigmatic victim at the center of it allIn aiet Dublin suburb within her pristine home Eleanor Costello is found hanging from a ropeDetective Chief Superintendent Frankie Sheehan would be than happy to declare it a suicide Four months earlier Frankie's pursuit of a killer almost ended her life and she isn't keen on investigating another homicide But the autopsy reveals poorly healed bones. .
Ngôi nhà xưa uestion is why have four people all connected to each other been found dead Olivia Kiernan nicely has planned a page turning murderer with an excellent twist that I didn t see coming I can t highly recommend enough Too Close To Breathe I m fascinated with reading the first novel by a new author I enjoy it even when a new authorploads what writing course they did and how they planned their novel I like discovering how authors write do they plan it in a note book or straight to computer Olivia s website Oliviakiernancom is fantastic in explaining on her blog page everything that she went through when writing Too Close To Breathe For a first novel really damn good A brand new author has just blown the socks off of the police procedural crime fiction genre and I am excited to be chosen to review this babyI have to say this book does have some Firing Schedules for Glass - The Kiln Companion uirks to it The author chose aniue manner to develop her main character Detective Frankie Sheehan Many times in the first few chapters you may think perhaps you were reading another book in a
seriesHowever we are getting flashbacks to another case along with hints of insight and gut feelings thatwe are getting flashbacks to another case along with hints of insight and gut feelings that detectives craft over time While at first this was a tad confusing it also allowed telling signs and hints of what is to come and became a very important part of the storyWhat I love about this book is that the author created a crime fiction murder mystery chock full of bits and pieces that add Adam and the Ants up over time Interesting clues and minute details that stumped the investigation wound aroundestionable suspects and was even going to be axed at the endUsing shades of the dark web creepy feelings and some grizzly detail the author finally brought a surprising conclusion With brilliant writing and impeccable characters that have secrets many layers deep Too Close to Breathe by Oilvia Kiernan is wonderful representation of murder mystery at its finestThis is definitely a writer that does her research has the twisted mind needed for crime fiction plus the ability to describe it in a fashion that will allow her to make her mark in literary fame Fast paced and very well done Don t miss itcopy received for review considerationFull review. S that Eleanor guarded her secrets as closely in life as she does in deathAs the investigation grows challenging Frankie can't help but feel that something doesn't fit And when another woman is found murdered the same paint on her corpse Frankie knows that nraveling Eleanor's life is the only way to find the murderer before he claims another victim or finishes the fate Frankie only just managed to escapeEngrossing complex and atmospheric Olivia Kiernan's debut novel will leave readers breathless. ,