“It’s a story of terrorism and the fact that it does exist in the UK, just maybe not in the way that you would imagine or expect.
Parts of this story were hard to read, gruesome, bloody and very graphic, but then parts were also light-hearted and happy – I found myself feeling very different ways about all the characters, but whether it was, hatred, love or adoration for the way they acted I found myself caring about what would happen to every single one of them by the end!
A truly gripping police procedural that I devoured in one sitting!” Review of “Sandman” book 4 in the DI Marsh series
Today is my stop on the blogtour for sandman by Anna Legat, thank you to Emma at damp pebbles for organising it and inviting me to take part and thank you to the author for my copy.
Synopsis: Oscar is taking Tommy fishing – that’s what his grandad would’ve done had he not been killed in the Falklands war. Oscar owes it to Sergeant Butler to take care of his family.
Pippa and Harry are looking forward to being reunited with their son Will. Soon after they were forced out of their farm in Zimbabwe they lost touch with Will. But he’s coming to Bath to see them.
Andrzej is driving the 19:15 train to Bath Spa. It’s his last shift before he returns to his wife and daughter in Poland. He promised them.
Heading to a stag party, DI Marsh’s future son-in-law Charlie and his friends are…
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