I love Jill McGown's Inspector Lloyd and Judy Hill mysteries and this one doesn't disappoint! As always her plots are tightly woven and everything ties together tightly at the end with no holes.
McGown writes a fine British police procedural featuring Insp. Lloyd and his pardner, Judy Hill. A couple found dead in their car are thought to have committed suicide, but Lloyd & Hill know better. A good read.
The late Ms. McGown was a skillful writer with beaucoup imagination. But this particular outing was too plot heavy for my taste, even though she did organize the action competently and manage the eighty bazillion clues well. She's playing quite a cat and mouse game with the reader, setting us up to think one thing, then pulling the rug out from under us on the next page. I was yanked around so much by the maybe-this-happened-but-then-again-maybe-it-didn't, by the time I found out whodunit, I had long ceased to care.
Never read this book. Found it in the free bin at the local library, but just never got around to reading it. Part of a series of books.