Cover Image: Beneath the Ashes (The DI Will Jackman Thrillers Book 2)

Beneath the Ashes (The DI Will Jackman Thrillers Book 2)

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I think Jane's writing is very special. The attention to detail is so good and the amount of research she put into this is amazing as some other writers dont do as much. Thanks for preserving the realness of it all with your extensive research.
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This was a great story, loved the characters, the setting and most importantly the plot. All in all a great read, and a believable story.. Would recommend. Thanks to Netgalley for an advance copy.
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This was a well written, effortless read. I read it over a period of 3 days, but it only took about 6 hours of reading time. Honestly, there wasn't much of the story that stood out. The characters were fine. The mystery was bland, and there were no tense build-ups. No moments when I was like, holy heck, what's going on? Really, just a nice whodunit. I didn't care about the people or even discovering why. Also, no answer on what happened to the real Evan. I wouldn't recommend this book or author, and I won't be reading more from her. If I want bland, quick reads, then I'll start reading James Patterson. Many thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for letting me read this book.
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DI Will Jackman is looking into the body of a man found dead in a burned down barn. Across the field, in the farmhouse, Jackman encounters Nancy Faraday, lying in a pool of blood on the kitchen floor. She has a head wound and no memory of what happened to her or her apparently missing boyfriend, Evan. Why would someone want to kill Evan and attempt to kill Nancy? Jackman races to find the answer, hoping that Nancy won’t fall prey to the killer before he can uncover the truth. But just how much of Nancy’s story can the Di believe? Issac, as always, does a good job keeping readers on the edge of their seats
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