Sunday, February 19, 2017

The Owl Always Hunts At Night by Samuel Bjork. Review

This is a deeply unsettling story that starts of with the unusual murder of a young woman found in a ritualistic setting . Holger Munch and his side kick , the troubled Mia are on the case and it is taking them to the most unlikely places , that of a children's home called The Nursery . There was a  terrific back history to this story  ,so right from the beginning you know this is going to be an unusual case and there is a good few red herrings thrown in to keep you on your toes. . Mia is a troubled woman who is barely keeping her chin above water and this is a tough case that you feel at any moment could unleash what ever demons she has just below the surface . I liked Mia's character but I wanted Munch to take better care of her , her instincts are good and just what you need working a case like they are . This had a great plot , fantastic characters , interesting bad guys and good ending . What more could you want ! 

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This book is published March 2017 and available from Lovereading and all other good bookstores then . 
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