Book Review: Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge

DCI Helen Grace is the youngest female officer to be promoted so far up the chain in the Southampton Force, but will it help her get to the killer who is abducting couples and giving them the choice to kill or be killed? A gritty, gripping and taut crime thriller chronicling the killings of a rare type of serial killer.

Helen Grace is well written as a self-tortured but ambitious senior officer who makes mistakes and has a past that slowly emerges during this first book. Not for the faint-hearted and definitely a series I hope to keep up with.

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5 thoughts on “Book Review: Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge”

  1. It’s good to hear you liked it. It was really good in the beginning, but sadly dulled out in the end. I might try and read the sequel; hopefully it’ll be better than the first.

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    1. I think the dullness came from repetition of the abductions without ant new facts/clues coming to light (and I did think I would have to be deprived of water for longer than 48 hours to even consider drinking my own urine )but I liked it enough to get Pop Goes the Weasel, I just hope it doesn’t have the curse of the formulaic crime thriller which would kill the series for me.

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