Review: Liar Liar – Sarah Flint

9781786690715.jpgAbout the book

From the bestselling author of Mummy’s Favourite and The Trophy Taker.

DC ‘Charlie’ Stafford returns with a superb new, brutally gripping serial killer thriller, where the hunter becomes the hunted. Perfect for the fans of Angela Marsons.

A faithful dog lies wounded beside the mutilated body of its owner.

A woman is discovered bound and gagged, dead in her own bed.

Both are police officers.

Both have a red rose at their side… worryingly more will follow…

Lies and accusations abound but who is behind the murders and why are the victims being targeted?

Charlie, Hunter and the team must find the killer targeting their own before another body is found.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I love a good police thriller and this is a great example. Sarah’s 35 year long career with the Met Police is evident here: the details are perfect and really draw you in to the action.  I have to admit I have a ghoulish fascination with serial killers, so the thought of a serial killer targeting the police won me over before I even started to read and Sarah really does justice to the premise.  I was gripped from the first page and the little twists and red herrings along the way kept me hooked.

This is the third in the series and though I hadn’t read the other two, I didn’t feel like I had missed out too much. Obviously, the book refers to events that had gone before, but not enough to be truly off-putting.  Not that that will stop me from rushing out to buy the first two books (or wait anxiously for book four).


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