Lillia’s Diary – Book Review
By Angela Youngman Oct 20, 2010, 17:18 GMT
Who was Lillia Monroe? Certainly, she was not all that she seemed to be. When Lillia is found dead in a Lancashire lake, Inspector Steve Carmichael has to decide whether it was murder or accident.
The discovery of her diary reveals a strange lifestyle. Who was she meeting regularly at a local hotel? How did she finance her extremely high maintenance lifestyle? What is the story behind the company she works for?
How many other people are going to die? What are the links with greyhound racing? The questions come thick and fast. This is a really good detective story.
It demands concentration and attention when reading, characters come to life and you cannot help but empathize with them. Well paced, and well thought out.
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