33380318.jpgBook Description:

They say you can always trust a copper. They’re lying.
They lied thirty years ago and they’re still lying today.

A booby-trapped body in a long-abandoned chapel. A scene examination that goes horribly wrong. CSI Eddie Collins and DI Benson are injured and one of the team killed. Eddie is heartbroken and guilt-ridden. And angry.

If you like fast-paced crime thrillers with a forensic slant, raw emotions, and characters that reach out of the book and grab you by the throat, you’ll love Andrew Barrett’s Eddie Collins series.

My Thoughts:

Ledston Luck is the fourth book in the Eddie Collins series. It works really well as a stand alone but would advise reading the others if you want more of the main characters back ground.

Eddie Collins is one truly complex character. He seems to walk around with the weight of the world on his shoulders. He has so…

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