Monday 2 May 2022

See No Evil by David Fennell | Blog Tour Book Review

[ad/gifted - I received a ebook copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.]

See No Evil by David Fennell
Star rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Publication date: 28th April 2022
Publisher: Zaffre

"Two men are found dead in London's Battersea Park. One of the bodies has been laid out like a crucifix - with his eyes removed and placed on his open palms.

Detective Inspector Grace Archer and her caustic DS, Harry Quinn, lead the investigation. But when more bodies turn up in a similar fashion, they find themselves in a race against time to find the sadistic killer.

The hunt leads them to Ladywell Playtower in Southeast London, the home to a religious commune lead by the enigmatic Aaron Cronin. Archer and Quinn suspect Cronin's involvement but his alibis are watertight, and the truth seemingly buried. If Archer is to find the killer, she must first battle her way through religious fanatics, London gangsters - and her own demons..."

David Fennell is very quickly becoming one of my favourite authors. 

See No Evil is the second book in the DI Grace Archer series. I rated the first book, The Art Of Death five stars so I was excited to get back to the series. This book can be read as a standalone enough of a recap about the last book is covered by the first few chapters but The Art Of Death is so good that I still recommend reading it.

Two men are murdered by our unknown killer. This killer is carving their eyes out, placing them in the victims hands so they are looking back at themselves and carving a cross into them. DI Grace Archer and her partner DS Harry Quinn are tasked to find out who is causing the murders and why.

At the same time, the drug dealer who killed Grace's dad is being released from prison.

What I love about David Fennell's books is the writing style, just enough twists and turns and the story keeps you hooked. I love the chase of finding the killers but also the aspects of Grace's personal life too. Thriller readers will love Fennell's books and I honestly think they are close to flawless.


A massive thank you to Compulsive Readers for having me on this blog tour. You can find the information about the other bloggers taking part in this tour in the graphic below.
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