Lower to the bone by Roz Watkins – Bible Type

Lower to the bone by Roz Watkins

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Cut To The Bone by Roz Watkins is an ever-present contemporary thrill. It is part of the D.I. Meg Dalton series can be read as a standalone. I loved my return to the Peak District to see Meg Dalton fight crime.

Roz Watkins has an astonishingly vivid imagination. Your action was fabulous – complicated and well thought out. I held on to a roller coaster tension when I was again unable to predict the result.

The characters were all well drawn. I love the lead actress Meg Dalton. It is a perfect mix of reason, reasoning and strength of character with an Achilles heel with which it is so easy to identify. She has compassion, but is tough when she has to be.

Crimes in cold cases meet today's when a sinister figure is rediscovered. The local legend reappears and the villagers believe that this predicts death.

Families are the focus of the novel. We expect our families to take care of us, but that's not always the case. There are some distorted translations of love out there.

Cut To The Bone was a totally gripping and exciting read that I loved. I look forward to further solving crimes by Meg Dalton. I think the whole series would be fabulous on Netflix – please note all the producers out there.

I got this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.


This entry was posted in Mass Market Fiction on June 24, 2020, and was tagged Book Review, Cut To The Bone, Roz Watkins. Bookmark the permalink.

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