R.C. Bridgestock

White Lilies

"As the story unfolds it becomes clear that this is a masterfully executed whodunit..."


Two separate road accidents leaving three people dead are a cause for concern. Then the body of an elderly woman is found with signs of a suspicious death. Two girls are attacked in different locations and local rouges are the prime suspects. A newly promoted DS arrives but proves to be more of a distraction than an asset.

With work once again dictating DI Dylan's life, he struggles to find time for a heavily pregnant Jen. As he confronts a crazed offender who is holding a pensioner at knifepoint Jen goes into labour and collapses unconscious.

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While the third in the series this is the first book by RC Bridgestock to cross my path so I was unfamiliar with the established relationships in the series. However the story is told in a way that brought me up to speed. As the story unfolds it becomes clear that this is a masterfully executed whodunit with a killer twist which caught me unawares. Without giving too much away, the reader is introduced to the killer but not the murderer. I liked the character of Jack Dylan and his relationship with Jen rang very true. Vicky Dawn, Taylor and Tim were all well crafted without being overbearing but for me it was the unconscionable Danny and Billy who shined brightest. All in all 'White Lilies' is an emotionally charged novel with a strong plot and believable characters.

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