One in a million odds and it happened to Brandon Stone. Not only a double malfunction, but two other deaths of people who were on the plane and were familiar with the Fulford Skydiving Club. Coincidence or bad luck for the club?
DC Whitton is reinstated after she killed a man on duty and has been called to the Fulford Skydiving Club to investigate a death of a skydiver. It will take the entire team plus the help of DC Harriet Taylor from Trottertown to get to the bottom of this case. DS Smith is back as well and doing his usual detective work. He won’t rest until the case is solved.
I really liked the twists and turns in this book. The characters are entertaining, interesting, and full of life. The suspense of who could have pulled this off will pull you in from the beginning and won’t let you go until the end of the book. The Detectives all work tirelessly to find the killer and they bounce their ideas off each other until something makes sense. The comments that the other detectives make towards Smith can be a bit mean at times, but Smith takes most of them with a grain of salt, unless it’s Whitton who makes the comment.
I enjoyed reading this book and give it a 5-star review. I like the DS Smith books and look forward to more of his stories, as well as the DC Harriet Taylor’s appearance in these books and her own stories. If you like crime, police procedural, detectives who work a little outside of the lines, then you should pick up this book with a one-click and read it.
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