Conway is on a one-woman crusade to root out the truth.
In this story, we're inside the head of Detective Antoinette Conway. Conway is a tough cookie and the only female on the Dublin murder squad.
It starts out when Conway and her partner are assigned a young woman's murder. The obvious suspect is the boyfriend and that's the man the senior detectives on the Squad want to pursue.
However, Conway and her partner have other suspicions. But they've got their work cut out because they're the newest on the squad. Gangland connections? Corruption within the murder squad? A vendetta to get Conway out? These are all thrown into the mix.
What I enjoyed most was the attitude of Conway. At times she's paranoid. At other times, she spot on with her doubts and 'take no shit' temperament. I'm not sure I actually liked her, but I liked spending time with her because she was interesting. Her partner, Stephen Moran, was more soft and likeable. He's a diplomat. Moran could be one of the lads but he's loyal to Conway. Moran's easy going character definitely helps the story along.
The plot delves deep into the murky waters of rivalry, deception, corruption and high stakes murder.
It was intense being inside her head all the time. But the story stayed with me long after I finished the book.
Conway made an impression!
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