Thrifty Thursday – No Right to Kill by M.A. Comley @melcom1 #ThriftyThursday #KindleUnlimited

Posted February 27, 2020 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Book Review, Thrifty Thursday / 8 Comments

The purpose of Thrifty Thursday is to read a book which was free (at some point).

Kindle freebie on February 20, 2020  (currently Free and also in Kindle Unlimited as of writing this post)

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Thrifty Thursday –  No Right to Kill by M.A. Comley @melcom1  #ThriftyThursday #KindleUnlimitedNo Right to Kill by MA Comley
Series: DI Sara Ramsey #1
on November 15, 2018
Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Pages: 222
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
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He stands in the shadows. Watching them.

DI Sara Ramsey's life is about to change forever. Recently moved to the area and in charge of a new team, she's tasked with finding a serial killer terrorising a rural community.

Crimes as heinous as this rarely happen in picturesque rural idylls.

The community is living in fear, desperate for Sara to keep them safe.

When the killer changes his MO and abducts a vulnerable resident, Sara realises she is in a race against time to prevent the killer from claiming yet another victim.

While I had another book selected for this month, I got No Right to Kill this week and couldn’t wait to read it.  I enjoy a good mystery with a police investigation working to solve it.  If it is set in England, with British terminology, it’s even more fun.

I liked this and it was well written. There were plenty of details following the cases, the actions of the police and the killer.  The mystery easily held my interest.

The odd thing was it didn’t bring forth an emotional response. Certainly, I was sorry for the families of those murdered.  I was horrified by the “reasons” the killer had. In my mind, everything was good. My heart just wasn’t engaged.

I’m not sure why this happened. It might be an effect from the book I read previously where I needed to shut myself off emotionally.  Perhaps, the investigation and facts all seemed too easy with just interviews with few clues until they got a solid lead. The reader follows the murder from the beginning, so we know what he is doing and why. It also might be because it was rather short.

The main character is Detective Inspector Sara Ramsey. She has recently moved to this area, near her parents, in the countryside from a large city. She is smart and capable.  Since I often set myself into the main character, that may be the factor, since she is professional and hard-working but with limited personal relationships.

I do intend to read more in this DI Sara Ramsey series. They are currently available in KU.  I look forward to the growth of her character and the building of her team around her. The team seems competent and kind.  I believe Sara will grow on me even more, because I already like her.

These are only Kindle freebies I get, or ones through author newsletters which anyone can sign up and get for free. I don’t include things like Kindle Unlimited or Prime Free Reading (I do have it). Both Tantor and Audible have occasional free audios (to anyone) and I do include those.  Since I one-click on 1-2 freebies a day or probably at least 5 a week, I came up with this feature to make sure I start reading them.

So I have thought about doing a Thrifty Thursday Challenge someday. For now,  what I think would be fun is if you have read and reviewed  a freebie, link up to your review (Goodreads, blog, facebook or wherever) below.

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Posted February 27, 2020 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Book Review, Thrifty Thursday / 8 Comments

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