05 July 2022

The Killing Code


By JD Kirk

My Review

In the third book of the series, Detective Chief Inspector Jack Logan leads an investigation into the brutal murder of a nurse on her way home from the nightshift. But when more victims are discovered it becomes a race against time to put an end to the killing spree and capture the psychopath responsible.

I'm really enjoying this series and book three with its twisty fast-paced plot didn't disappoint. It was an exciting tension-filled read. The main characters are fully developed, believable and likeable. The banter between them at times is hilarious; counterbalancing the more gruesome aspects of the investigation nicely.

A very enjoyable read and a series I look forward to continuing.      

Book Source: Purchased copy
My Rating ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Zertex Crime (23rd Aug 2019)
ISBN-13: 978-1912767144

The Blurb

What would you do if there weren't any consequences?

After twenty years on the force, Detective Chief Inspector Jack Logan thinks he has seen it all.

He is wrong.

When a nurse is murdered on her way home from nightshift, Jack and his team go on the hunt for her killer.

As more victims are uncovered, Jack finds himself tracking a murderer afflicted by a unique psychosis - one that leaves him free to maim and kill without a shred of remorse.

Facing a new type of killer in an unfamiliar city, DCI Jack Logan is about to be pushed to his limits, before being forced to realise just how little he truly knows.

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