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PDF í BOOK Heaven Sent Ñ ➲ [Read] ➭ Heaven Sent By Alan Carter ➽ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Detective Sergeant Philip ‘Cato’ Kwong is light on sleep but high on happiness with his new wife Sharon Wang and their baby girl But contentment is not compatible with life in the Job and soon a s Detective Sergeant Philip ‘Cato’ Kwong Ist Norman Lip flirts online with the killer it becomes apparent that these murders are personal every death is bringing the killer one step closer to Cat Really enjoy these books Keep them coming Mr Carter and find a way to keep Hutchens in there somewhere please

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Compatible with life in the Job and soon a series of murders of Fremantle’s homeless people gets in the way of Cato’s newfound bliss As New WAve journal Sometimes you start reading a series book about a favourite character and really start to wonder if the author is annoyed with them subconsciously punishing them for being too popular or just enjoying applying the thumb screws for a change Whatever is going on Alan Carter isn't making it easy for the popular easy going and seemingly content Philip 'Cato' Kwong in HEAVEN SENTSettled in his personal life with a new wife new daughter and a tricky but improving relationship with his teenage son Kwong's professional life is relatively stable as well at least he's not serving his time in the remote reaches of WA on the stock suad He's back in Fremantle and seconded to major crime when a series of murders of homeless people escalates Whilst Kwong is dealing with the traditional elements of a serial killer investigation journalist Norman Lip is taking a dangerous path flirting online with the killer Especially as it starts to look like this killer has thought this through much carefully than Lip and has a very personal grudge against Cato KwongFor readers new to this series you'll find plenty here to give you hints and tips about Cato Kwong's background including the acuiring of his nickname You'll find out enough about his policing past to fill in the gaps and than enough about his personal life to explain his satisfaction with his current circumstances and his almost wilful blindness to some of the struggles his wife Sharon is experiencing with new motherhood If it's any consolation his domestic blindspot also includes his teenage son who is struggling with two parents who have moved onto other partners other kids and other lives There's plenty there to make the reader really want to give Kwong a good shouting at in places Which is the great part of this series Kwong feels like a real person he's a good cop who is capable of making good inspired and profoundly daft decisions He's a good bloke who loves his family and totally and utterly doesn't get what's happening around him all at the same time He's caring concerned blithely ignorant and utterly interconnected In other words he's real and annoying and endearing all at the same timeThe plot here is also something that readers who are new to the series will be able to go with also as will welded on fans HEAVEN SENT is book number 4 As always there's a social issue at the core in this case homelessness in a society that's seemingly well off and privileged The sense of community is strong with homeless support services police and local government all too aware of the people who live rough in the place The fact that the killer is also able to tap into that local knowledge creates a claustrophobic overlay reminding you that few people are ever really truly under the radarDotted throughout as always are perfect little observations Sharon Wang in her struggles with new motherhood and isolation is still able to summons a bit of fierce when reuired Kwong's old love interest and colleague Tess reminds us of the never ending problem of toxic male violence that many women live with Naomi Lip journalist Norman's sister wheelchair bound and physically restricted reminds us that mental acuity wit and ability are often less visible but much strongerHEAVEN SENT has been much anticipated as it's been a bit of a gap since the last outing with Cato Kwong Let's hope there's plenty to comehttpswwwaustcrimefictionorgrevi

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Heaven SentDetective Sergeant Philip ‘Cato’ Kwong is light on sleep but high on happiness with his new wife Sharon Wang and their baby girl But contentment is not 'The world is mired in lies chaos and darkness mate''You're a bringer of truth order and light''Not any I've had enough'The fourth book in the Cato Kwong crime series goes beyond the thin blue line of crime fiction and delves deep into the personal lives of its characters to provide not only a well written police procedural but a book that humanizes the darker elements unlawful acts have on those who serve and protect as well as their loved onesImmediately the thing that sticks out about Heaven Sent is the connection the author has with the characters who traverse the streets of Fremantle Western Australia on either side of the law; Kwong is complex and not without his flaws He's instantly likable and a well defined character his actions often to the detriment of his family but the betterment of the Fremantle public While the elusive murderer who taunts police in a macabre game of cat and mouse is omnipresent growing dramatic and menacing with each chapterThe place setting and pacing are on point with each murder adding a notch of intensity to Kwong's plight; take down the serial killer who targets the homeless and taunts the policeThrow in an interesting journalistic angle and some beefy side plots and Heaven Sent becomes one meaty read that doesn't disappoint My rating 55 stars Despite being the fourth book in the series Heaven Sent is easily accessible to new readers that said I definitely want to check out the earlier books given how much I enjoyed this one Highly recommend