I am a massive fan of the DC Max Wolfe series. This could make one bias but actually it is the opposite; as a result I have such high expectations of the series. Also as I listened to two DC Max Wolfe books (The Hanging Club - book #3, and Die Last - book #4) on audiobook, it’s now impossible for me to read without hearing Colin Mace’s brilliant voice.
DC Max Wolfe delivers again!
I really enjoyed this book, the first chapter opens in the middle of action and immediately you are along for the ride.
The book covers terrorism, race relations, PTSD, child custody, and proves thought-provoking when dealing with the pressure of armed police officers (doing their job could earn them a medal or a jail sentence). The ending was devastating and stayed with me for days.
I’d recommend starting series with the first book - The Murder Bag - but you could dive in with this one, and easily enjoy it as a stand-alone novel.
Thank you so much to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with a complimentary electronic copy in exchange for an honest review.