This was my first book from this author and I enjoyed it. I didn't feel as if I had missed out on anything from not reading the others in the series (as this was book 3). The dialogue is easy to follow and flows well, which I prefer as I like to read to relax and chill. The plotliebs were also easy to follow and not to complex in my opinion however there were a few unexpected twists as the story unfolds. Would recommend this to any police procedural/crime fiction fan.
The blurb is as follows...
In a city that is already volatile, tensions mount after a Tory MP in Bradford Central is discredited leaving the door open for the extreme right-wing candidate, Graeme Weston, to stand in the resultant by-election.However, Graeme Weston is not what he appears to be and with secrets jeopardising his political career, he must tread very carefully.Meanwhile, a serial killer targets Asian men who lead alternatives lifestyles and metes out his own form of torture.As DI Gus McGuire’s team close in, the deranged killer begins to unravel and in an unexpected twist the stakes are raised for Gus.Are the murders linked to the political scandals or is there another motive behind them?DI Gus McGuire and his team are back and this might be their toughest case yet.