When a young girl is discovered dead on an isolated Irish country road, it seems to be a simple hit and run. Then the cops see the tattoo on her back - a pair of beautifully wrought angel wings. Forensic investigator Reilly Steel is soon on the scene and she suspects that there is more to this case than a straightforward murder. Then the angel tattoo is traced to other children - both dead and alive - who are all similarly marked.…
"[A] well-paced out-and-out crime story, featuring an attractive and intelligent new heroine" (Irish Independent)
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Unstatisfying Conclusion to Story- Third in Series
- Sires "I like mysteries (particularly British ones, historical fiction and nonfiction, science fiction and fantasy."
Couldn't Stick With It
Plot should have moved along at a better rate or at the very least, there should have been ample character development during the first ten chapters (I quit the book at this point). There wasn't anything gripping, interesting, or provoking and the characters were so surface, the reader didn't relate to them or care about them.
Boredom and annoyance
- Jennifer Roberts