My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thank You Net Galley, HQ Digital and Faith Martin for A Fatal Flaw.
I am undoubtedly becoming a huge fan of Faith Martin. This is my 2nd book of hers and her writing is really flawless. The mystery is set in 1960’s which itself made me so happy. It is fascinating to read about the painstaking police work required to catch a killer at an age when the forensics is not as advanced as today and of course with no CCTV. Trudy Loveday is a young WPC so when a friend asks her help to look into the apparent suicide of a beauty pageant contestant, it seems simple and easy. But when Trudy herself becomes a contestant to learn the truths of the mysterious prankster or murderer among them, things start taking a sinister turn with the death of another contestant. With the aid of the coroner Clement Ryder, the mystery of the very devious and cunning killer is untangled.
This is book #3 in the series of Trudy and Ryder but can be easily read as standalone.
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