With so many potential victims to choose from, there would be many deaths. He was spoiled for choice, really, but he was determined to take his time and select his targets carefully. Only by controlling his feelings could he maintain his success. He smiled to himself. If he was clever, he would never have to stop. And he was clever. He was very clever. Far too clever to be caught.
Geraldine Steel is reunited with her former sergeant, Ian Peterson.
When two people are murdered, their only connection lies buried in the past. As police search for the elusive killer, another body is discovered. Pursuing her first investigation in York, Geraldine Steel struggles to solve the baffling case. How can she expose the killer, and rescue her shattered reputation, when all the witnesses are being murdered?
I’d like to thank Anne Cater, Leigh Russell and No exit press for allowing me to take part in this blog tour.
Class murder is one of those great reads that has you totally engrossed from the first chapter.
This is the tenth DI Geraldine Steel novel and my first meeting with her. This can totally be read as a stand alone novel but, if you’re anything like me, I now want to read the other nine in the series.
There are so many layers to the characters in Class murder and as a newbie to Geraldine Steel I really enjoyed getting to know them all.
The storyline got me hook line and sinker, the whole time during reading I was trying to work out the killers motives and who it could be.
5* review from me, I recommend this series to all!
All about Leigh Russell
Leigh Russell is the author of the internationally bestselling Geraldine Steel series: Cut Short, Road Closed, Dead End, Death Bed, Stop Dead, Fatal Act, Killer Plan, Murder Ring, Deadly Alibi and Class Murder. The series has sold over a million copies worldwide. Cut Short was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association (CWA) John Creasey New Blood Dagger Award, and Leigh has been longlisted for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award. Her books have been #1 on Amazon Kindle and iTunes with Stop Dead and Murder Ring selected as finalists for The People’s Book Prize. Leigh is chair of the CWA’s Debut Dagger Award judging panel and is a Royal Literary Fellow. Leigh studied at the University of Kent, gaining a Masters degree in English and American Literature. She is married with two daughters and a granddaughter, and lives in London.