The Language Of Love Has Never
Been So Intoxicating
A seemingly ordinary man, with no enemies is found dead in Tersel Woods, with no identification, not even a mobile phone. Clearly someone wanted him dead, but why? Faukon Abbey CID officers, DI Greene and DC Ford and their friend Carter, a journalist at the Abbey Chronicle uncover all hidden tragedies, murder being just one. They find out what really happens behind the elegant facades - where crimes go unseen and unreported because they don't happen to people like us - - Or do they? And what happens when Pandora's box is opened, and revenge is unleashed.
A traditional detective story, a classic whodunit. A tale of deep hidden secrets of so called love, set in a small town of Faukon Abbey near Exeter, in Devon, England. Join Greene, Ford and Carter to London, Exeter, the Scilly Isles, Penzance, Greece and back to uncover all the hidden secrets and find out who actually did it and why!
As with the best of crime novels, Remember Me proves a tense and compelling debut as A K Lakelett takes a tried and tested formula and adds her own impressive twist. Creating something innovative in such a popular genre is no mean feat and here she shares her story as a play, cutting between action scenes and chorus. Green, Ford and Carter are deftly drawn and in eschewing the genre tendency towards stoic stereotypes Lakelett delivers rich protagonists who are plausibly imbued with the depth and characteristics of their roles. This makes them feel both authentic and refreshingly original and with an enticing plot she manages to maintain intrigue and a satisfying balance between suspense and transparency which armchair detectives will undoubtedly appreciate. The pace is measured, the twists are well pitched, we become involved in her narratives web of mystery, but more importantly she’s built the foundations for what appears to be an innovative and promising new series.
An intriguing debut and an author to watch in A K Lakelett,
Remember Me? is definitely recommended.
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