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review Silent Kill: A gripping new crime detective novella from a Top 10 Sunday Times bestselling author (Maeve Kerrigan): The gripping latest new crime suspense ... the Top Ten SundayYouve never seen them beforeFrom award winning Sunday Times bestselling author Jane Casey comes a gripping new detective novella set in the world of Maeve Kerrigan and Josh DerwentA murder in broad daylightA teenage Kill A gripping MOBI #239 girl is killed on a London bus The case should be simple The bus was full of witnesses and there are cameras everywhereA hunt for a killerBut the DC Georgia Shaw and her colleagues Maeve Kerrigan and Josh Derwent delve into the crime the elusive the answers becomeA case that spirals out of controlIt seems impossible that no one saw anything but soon the leads run cold Will they uncover what really happened or will the killer get away with murderFor fans of the Maeve Kill A gripping new crime ePUB #10003 Kerrigan series this is a story with a difference Told from Georgias point of view we see Maeve and Josh fr. When Detective Constable Georgia Shaw is sent to a murder scene she’s shocked to discover the victim is a teenage schoolgirl Minnie Charleston had been on the bus for a while earbuds in and seemingly asleep while a succession of other passengers took the empty seat beside her But when one passenger finally noticed blood it became clear that at some point on the journey she had been stabbed Georgia will be part of the investigation team under her sergeant Maeve Kerrigan and Inspector Josh Derwent as they try to discover which of the passengers had a reason to kill MinnieThis novella length story is very definitely one for existing fans rather than an entry point for newcomers to the series Georgia has appeared in the last couple of books as a fast track entrant whom Maeve finds irritating and unreliable – not the kind of person you want to depend on when lives are on the line This time we hear the story from Georgia’s point of view discovering about her life and getting a better understanding of why she behaves as she does Since the books are usually told in the first person from Maeve’s perspective this is also the first time we get another person’s impression of her and her increasingly complicated relationship with JoshFor a novella it’s uite long and there’s a surprisingly strong plot with several suspects and a full investigation all of which I found to be just as good as the plots of the full length novels Minnie it turns out was an unpleasant girl – a bully and a manipulator However as Georgia and Maeve dig deeper into her family circumstances they begin to see that she may not have been wholly to blame Left largely to her own devices by uncaring parents she has got involved with a far right group and the detectives have to discover if that has anything to do with the murder Or there was a teacher she drove to resign from her posh school or the girl she bullied so badly the girl had to change schools The solution has a lot of depth considering the brevity and as always with Casey the reader has a reasonably fair chance of working it out although of course I failedI was glad to get to know Georgia better In fact I’ve always felt that Maeve treats her unfairly and hasn’t shown the support and guidance a boss should to a younger inexperienced subordinate Georgia is perhaps accepting of this – she clearly admires Maeve though she resents her too for the effortless way Maeve seems to deal with things that make Georgia anxious Georgia also has a major crush on Josh making her rather jealous of his clear preference for Maeve What is it with all these female detectives not to mention the readers Am I the only one immune to this sexist bully’s charms A cold word from Maeve or Josh stings this sensitive girl than they seem to know but they should know – it’s their job to know I grew to like Georgia considerably but seeing Josh and Maeve through her eyes made me like them a little less I expect bullying and insensitivity from Josh but I can see why Georgia finds Maeve’s behaviour hurtful too If Maeve realised that the smallest compliment from her is treasured by this insecure young woman maybe she’d encourage her often rather than making her feel like a fool Time for Maeve’s mother to give her a talking to in one of their famous phone conversations I feelAs usual Casey has me arguing about the behaviour of her characters which is why I love these books Maeve and Josh feel entirely real to me and so they entertain me sometimes and annoy me sometimes just as real people do I’m glad to be able to add Georgia to the list of characters I now care about – I’m sure she’ll still annoy me too often but I’ll feel ready to make excuses for her next time she does I also think it’s good that Casey is bringing forward new recurring characters – something Reginald Hill did to great effect – since it helps to stop the staleness that sometimes creeps into long running series In short this novella is a bonus that fans won’t want to miss

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From award winningSunday A gripping PDFEPUB #229 Times bestselling author Jane Casey comes a gripping new detective novella set in the world of Maeve Kerrigan and Josh DerwentA murder in broad daylightA teenage girl is killed on a London bus The case should be simple The bus was full of witnesses and there are cameras everywhereA hunt for a killerBut theDC Georgia Shaw and her colleagues Maeve Kerrigan and Josh Derwent delve into the crime theelusive the answers becomeA case that spirals out of controlIt seems impossible that Silent Kill Epubno one saw anything but soon the leads run cold Will they uncover what really happened or will the killer get away with murderFor fans of the Maeve Kerrigan series this is a story with a difference Told Kill A gripping new crime ePUB #10003 from Georgias point of view we see Maeve and Josh from the outsidelike. Wrong photograph Goodreads even though I put in the correct ISBN number as well This is a review for Silent Kill by Jane CaseyIt was nice to read the story from the perspective of Georgia it was like earlier novels which are written from other character’s perspectives I don’t like Georgia She is the most annoying character She comes across as silly and unwilling to get her hands dirty She is concerned with how she looks than doing her job My hope was that after reading this I would understand her betterIt was nice to follow Maeve from someone else’s viewpoint She comes across as hard working diligent and very clever I missed Josh though as most of the action was based around interviews by Maeve and Georgia I’m still not sure that Georgia understands the work involved and doubt that she will make a good police officer let alone one attached to a murder suadThe story is similar to a locked room mystery as whoever killed the teenage girl on the bus must have been on the bus themselves As usual Maeve thinks outside the box and is successful as she works out who the killer is Poor Georgia has no clueWell I don’t like Georgia any better after this short story She adds a bit of interest to the stories but often gets in the way as opposed to assisting other officers This has made me want another book immediately although I fear from what I have read elsewhere I’m going to be unlucky Roll on 2022 then

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Silent Kill A gripping new crime detective novella from a Top 10 Sunday Times bestselling author Maeve Kerrigan The gripping latest new crime suspense the Top Ten Sunday Times bestselling authorOm the outsidelike youve never seen them beforeFrom award winning Sunday Times bestselling author Jane Casey comes a gripping new detective novella set in the world of Maeve Kerrigan and Josh DerwentA murder in broad daylightA teenage girl is killed on a London bus The case should be simple The bus was full of witnesses and there are cameras everywhereA hunt for a killerBut the DC Georgia Shaw and her colleagues Maeve Kerrigan and Josh Derwent delve into the crime the elusive the answers becomeA case that spirals out of controlIt seems impossible that no one saw anything but soon the leads run cold Will they uncover what really happened or will the killer get away with murderFor fans of the Maeve Kerrigan series this is a story with a difference Told from Georgias point of view we see Maeve and Josh from the outsidelike youve never seen them befor. Anybody considering reading this as a stand alone or before reading the rest of the Maeve Kerrigan series don't Read the others first so you can fully appreciate this novellaI thoroughly enjoyed the Georgia point of view as it gave a uniue insight into the Maeve Josh relationship but importantly it allowed the readers to step into the shoes of one of the series less likeable characters and understand her point of view and the reasons for itThe crime itself was interesting where a girl is stabbed and found dead on a London bus where the CCTV turns out not to be of much help; with limited suspects the detectives have to find out the culprit and the reason for the attackOverall it's a uick and enjoyable read especially for readers awaiting further books in the Kerrigan series