Title: Perfect Crime
Author: Helen Fields
Series: D.I.Callanach #5
Stephen Berry is about to jump off a bridge until suicide prevention counsellor Damien Maclure stops him.
One week later, Stephen Berry is found dead at the bottom of a cliff. But did he take his own life…or was he pushed?
A spate of murders sweeps across Edinburgh, and to make matters worse for DI Luc Callanach and DCI Ava Turner, the victims seem random and entirely unconnected.
With no clear method for how the killer chooses their victims, Callanach and Turner are under more pressure than ever to identify the killer before it’s too late. But as a separate murder case rears its head and places Callanach as the prime suspect, it seems like this killer might just be uncatchable
Would I recommend this series: yes
Will I be reading anything else by this author: yes
This is the first time I've read anything by Helen Fields and I can say that I'm hooked and its all because of her character Lic Callanach and her style of writing , her story has a way of keeping you edge of your set and pulls you into the story so much so that you just want to keep reading . Her characters come to life as does the places she's talking about , and even her bad guys seem alive and are ones you think you can trust but then they surprise you . There are some warnings that you need to know about before you read this book its still a good one to read, especially how she deals with suicide, depression ,and other dark topics. And while this story is a little dark and twisted there is a feel like there might be a romance that's going to happen . With that said I would like to think Netgalley for letting me reading it and review it exchange for my honest opinion.