Today I am sharing my review on its publication day for No Crime Forgotten by Valerie Keogh, published by Bloodhound Books.
No Crime Forgotten by Valerie Keogh
The Dublin Murder Mysteries Book 5
Release Date: 4th of November 2020
Print Length: 276 pages
Genre: Crime Thriller
Publisher: Bloodhound Books
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Forgiveness isn’t an option…
Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West and his partner answer an emergency call from St Monica’s church and discover a dead body suspended from the beams in front of the altar.
The victim’s fingerprints show that the man is Ian Moore, recently released from prison after serving time for rape. Revenge seems like the obvious motive for his murder, but the list of suspects grows as the case takes an unexpected twist.
Is the killer someone who believes they are doing God’s work?
With pressure from archbishops, bishops, priests and Inspector Morrison to get the case solved quickly, West and his team have their work cut out…
No Crime Forgotten is a murder mystery with a touch of romance, set in the Dublin suburbs. It will appeal to fans of authors such as Peter James, LJ Ross and Ruth Rendall.
Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West and Edel are back in this fifth instalment in The Dublin Murder Mystery series and I could not be more excited! This series is up there as one of the best I have read and each book that is released, cements my view more and more.
The plot for No Crime Forgotten is intriguing, the pace fast and as always, the writing is flawless. Valerie Keogh has crafted another thrilling read full of twists and turns to keep you on your toes, keeps you guessing and those pages on the Kindle flicking!
Over the course of the series, Valerie Keogh has done such a superb job with the development of Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West, Edel and the recurring cast. You can tell that she really cares for these characters, which in turn has you also feeling the same way towards them.
You can always count on Valerie Keogh to deliver a thrilling story whether she is writing in the psychological thriller genre or the crime thriller genre and No Crime Forgotten is no exception. What is also great about this series, there is also the romance element between Mike and Edel which does break up more of the darker side of things, but is not overdone.
No Crime Forgotten is another brilliant addition to the series which just keeps going from strength to strength. It is gripping, intense and whist it can be read as a standalone, I do recommend you reading the other books in the series. Congratulations on another cracking read Valerie Keogh and I look forward to what you come up with next.
Thank you to Valerie Keogh and Bloodhound Books for allowing me to read an advanced copy of No Crime Forgotten, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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Let’s Get to Know Valerie
Valerie Keogh was born in Dublin, qualified as a nurse and then studied English in University College Dublin gaining a BA in English and a Masters in American Literature.
She moved to the UK several years ago where she lives with her husband, Robert, and cat, Fatty Arbuckle. She enjoys writing both crime and psychological thrillers.
When she’s not writing, Valerie loves to travel.
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