Title: Quieter Than Killing
Author: Sarah Hilary
Release Date: March 9th 2017
Rating: 5 Stars
This is the fourth in Sarah Hilary's wonderful DI Marnie Rome series, and was every bit as good as I expected it to be.
Delving even deeper into Marnie's past and the murder of her parents by her foster brother Stephen Keele, 'Quieter Than Killing' is a psychological thriller full of the twists and turns we have come to expect, taking you on a rollercoaster of a ride that leaves you breathless and eager to find out what happens next.
With the always fabulous DS Noah Jake by her side, Marnie is investigating a spate of what appear to be vigilante attacks. But nothing is ever as straight forward as it seems and the case begins to take a very unexpected turn, with Marnie having to face up to the ghosts of her past while trying to remain focused on the task of bringing the perpetrator to justice.
I don't know how she manages to do it with every outing, but 'Quieter Than Killing' is the best in the series so far and Sarah Hilary has outdone herself yet again. Beautifully written, with a cast of memorable characters, the DI Marnie Rome series is one I highly recommend. And if you haven't read them yet? Do it, now. You won't regret it.
A fantastic 5 stars.
Thank you to the publisher who gave me the opportunity to read an ARC of this book, which is available to buy now.