#IncidentReport | #BookReview | LOOKING GOOD DEAD (Roy Grace #2) by Peter James @peterjamesuk ‏(June 5th 2014, Pan Macmillan @panmacmillan)

LOOKING GOOD DEAD (Roy Grace #2) by Peter James
5th June 2014, Pan Macmillan

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Tom Bryce did what any decent person would do. But within hours of picking up the CD that had been left behind on the train seat next to him, and attempting to return it to its owner, he is the sole witness to a vicious murder.

Then his young family are threatened with their lives if he goes to the police. But supported by his wife, Kellie, he bravely makes a statement to the murder enquiry team headed by Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, a man with demons of his own to contend with. And from that moment the killing of the Bryce family becomes a mere formality—and a grisly attraction.

Notice of Kellie and Tom’s deaths has already been posted on the internet.

You can log on and see them on a website. They are looking good dead.


Talk about a book that you can’t stop turning the pages! This was definitely that. From the first few pages to the very last I was hooked.

LOOKING GOOD DEAD was fast paced and exciting and kept me guessing the whole way through.

As some of our favourite characters return we get to know them better especially our main one, Detective Inspector Roy Grace as we begin to see a softer side to him in his personal life and I am hoping to see that develop during the next few months!

From closing down car parks to bodies dissolved in acid this crime novel has you sat on the edge of the seat the whole way through. Its not a who dunnit as we discover who it is right from the start but it still manages to keep the reader guessing. The last fifty pages are exciting as everything starts to come together!

You can buy LOOKING GOOD DEAD (Roy Grace #2) from the following booksellers (and obviously many more!)

Amazon (UK) | Amazon (US) | Book Depository | Waterstones


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