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Like This For EverThe heart hammering thriller from the ueen of the London crime scene 'Spine tingling suspense' LISA GARDNERA serial killer is being closely watched by one young boyBarney knows the killer will strike ag “Listen to them the children of the night What music they make” DraculaLost known in the UK as Like this For Ever is Sharon J Bolton’s third Lacey Flint thriller How I wish I remembered about the previous books because there are references to Lacey’s past with little explanation which I found to be a great disadvantage Lacey is on leave from her police job in this story As it begins she is in therapy courtesy of her employer after a traumatic experience in Cambridge book 2 But we already knew that Lacey is one complex person did we not?Lacey lives next door to a ten year old boy named Barney Roberts Barney is a highly intelligent lad who lives with his father He hangs out with a group of his pals after school and in the evenings playing football soccer riding his bike skating and doing typical kid stuff But lately ten and eleven year old boys have been disappearing and turning up dead The boys’ parents have forbidden them to be out alone after dark; this doesn’t prevent them from sneaking out now and then Barney becomes the focus of this tale mainly because he lives next door to Lacey and because he is a very sharp kid who becomes fascinated – obsessed – with the murders We learn details of his past and we learn his fears He knows that Lacey is with the police and he’s not sure how much he should tell herMeanwhile Lacey visits someone in prison – Ms Bolton does not name her and leaves it to the reader to know who this is I’m sorry but I don’t recall from the previous books I would have appreciated these portions had I known who this person was It does point out the nature of Lacey’s personality however She seems at home with the darker side of society sometimes than she does with policing yet she wants to help the boys However she tells Mark Joesbury that she does not want to and cannot become part of the case There is so much conflict here between Lacey and Dana who is lead on the investigation There is tension between Mark and Lacey – professionally and personally and finally there is tension within Lacey herselfThat doesn’t even begin to cover what is happening in the outside world Imagine the media frenzy Missing boys I won’t spoil anything by giving away anything of the media coverage or the investigation but Sharon Bolton does her best to convince the reader that the killer is X which made me think that it wasn’t – or maybe it was after all? But then I became fairly certain that she was leading me in another direction No That wasn’t it either It was a relief to be wrong I zipped through Lost in two days It was intense heart pounding and creepy My complaints are listed above but the thrills far outrank them Overall I rate it 4 of 5 stars I won’t wait so long to read the next one so that I remember the details

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Ain soon The victim will be another boy just like him He will drain the body of blood and leave it on a Thames beachThere will be no clues for detectives Dana Tulloch and Mark Joesbury to findThere will Okay granted this has nothing to do with the plot of the novel but I absolutely love Mark Joesbury and his little boy Huck Seriously if Lacy does not get her act together uickly I may have to make Joesbury my new literary crush Anyway very entertaining suspenseful though I felt the resolution could have been connected a little better felt it was a little loose In fact boys kind of stole the show in this one the living and the dead so some may find this a little graphic Lacy herself is a very complicated character and I did like the turn her life takes at the end of this book Will be interesting to see where this author goes from here

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doc ã Like This For Ever ☆ ebook read ä sharon j. bolton ´ [Reading] ➺ Like This For Ever ➰ Sharon J. Bolton – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk The heart hammering thriller from the ueen of the London crime scene 'Spine tingling suspense' LISA GARDNERA serial killer is being closely watchedBe no warning about who will be nextThere will be no good reason for young policewoman Lacey Flint to become involved And no chance that she can stay awayLIKE THIS FOR EVER is published as LOST in the Young boys are kidnapped and then found drained of blood There are no clues nor witnesses to be found And at any time could a boy be taken and killed For Detectives Dana Tulloch and Mark Joesbury is this a frustrating case and for Dana is it hard to see the bodies of the little boys left on a Thames beach She has never thought about being a mother but this case stirred emotions in her she never thought she would have For Lacey Flint is the case nothing she wants to get involved in she hasn't recuperated from her ordeal in Oxford and getting involved in a new case is the last thing she wants unless she involuntary gets dragged into itLike This For Ever is the third book in the Lacey Flint series and it's a dark story just like the other books The killing of children is in my opinion the hardest kind of crime books to read That and killing of animals There is just something unthinkable about hurting the innocent that reading books about it is really hard The interesting thing about this book is that we beside Mark Dana Lacey the usual characters involved in the book's narrations we also get the narrative of a young boy Barney through the book He is a neighbor to Lacey and she is worried when he is out late He meanwhile is also studying the case of the missing boys and he discovers there are patterns to the murdersThere are a lot of potential suspects in this book but the story took a different turn than I had expected I always love the part of the book when everything starts to come together and make sense and in this book In this book it's like getting a bucket of ice cold water emptied over your head The kind of conclusion when you're are taken with the story but there is also a dread in reading it because you are figuring it outBeside the case we Mark trying to get through to Lacey one would think that the ending of the second book would have solved some things in their relationship but Lacey seems to be hell bent on pushing Mark out of her life despite her feelings for him I'm however glad that the case from the last book seems to have been closed I did feel that the previous book ended with some uestions never answered when it came to the case in Oxford I'm pleased that's over It was also great to have Dana back since she was absent in the previous book and also it was really great to finally meet Huck Mark's son Love that name Huckleberry Joesbury I think it's probably good that I don't have children;You can read the books as stand alone but personally I feel that you will understand the story and especially understand Lacey Flint better if you read the series from the beginning45 stars

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