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Riveting, macabre #CrimeThriller – Hunter’s Rules by Val Penny – #BlogTour

My Review:

Hunter and Meera's special night out to celebrate
However, their plans are thwarted by fate.
A young woman attacked and left for dead
But their finding her means she may live instead.

Horrific injuries the woman sustained
And yet she seemed not to be pained.
Though the first to survive, it is the third similar case
Something dreadful, macabre is taking place.

As Hunter and his team start to investigate
The victim's family seem likely to create
If they find the perpetrator before Hunter and crew
There's no telling just what they'll do!

This is an enthralling page turner read
Just what crime thriller readers need
Filled with locals from Edinburgh and around
Where family connections are diverse and not always sound.

What a horrific crime this proved to be
With links between folks you just don't foresee.
With blackmail, murder and abysmal crime
This is an edge of your seat read all the time.

A great read with a touch of romance, too
I have no hesitation in highly recommending to you.
For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you,
I throughly enjoyed reading it and this is my honest review.

Synopsis:

When best-laid plans go awry…

Hunter and Meera’s romantic plans come to an abrupt end when they stumble into the scene of a crime.

A young woman was attacked in a hotel lift. She has traumatic injuries, but she clings to life. Hunter notes that her wounds are like those inflicted on two other women, who died from their ordeal.

Can Meera keep the injured woman alive long enough for her to identify the assailant? Is the same person responsible for all three crimes?

When Hunter is identified as a suspect, can he establish his innocence and lead his team to solve the crime and keep Edinburgh safe?

Purchase Links

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hunters-Rules-Edinburgh-Crime-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B09JWKCF9W

US – https://www.amazon.com/Hunters-Rules-Edinburgh-Crime-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B09JWKCF9W

Author Bio

Val is an American author living in SW Scotland with her husband and their cat.

Hunter’s Rules is the sixth book in the Edinburgh Crime Mysteries series of novels by Val Penny. The earlier novels in this best selling crime series are Hunter’s Chase, Hunter’s Revenge, Hunter’s Force, Hunter’s Blood and Hunter’s Secret. They are set in Edinburgh, Scotland, published by Darkstroke.

The First Cut is the first in the new series of novels, The Jane Renwick Thrillers. Her first non-fiction book Let’s Get Published is also available now and she has most recently contributed her short story, Cats and Dogs to a charity anthology, Dark Scotland.

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