Thursday, March 23, 2017

Murder in All Honour

This is the fifth book in the Doyle and Acton Scotland Yard series, and for those who aren’t familiar with the story, Doyle is a rookie detective who realizes that the famous Chief Inspector she works with is actually a vigilante, and not above killing the occasional villain, if circumstances warrant.

It’s a dilemma for her, because not only is Acton her superior officer, he is also her husband, thanks to a spur-of-the-moment ceremony.

What to do? She loves the man, and does her best to save him from himself, despite the occasional lapse. There’s something about the latest case, however, that makes her very uneasy—Acton knows more than he’s saying, but it makes no sense, that he’d cover for this terrible murderer. Surely, there is nothing honorable about these murders—is there? 


Things are a bit grim at Scotland Yard, this Christmas. On the heels of a nasty corruption scandal, the CID must now contend with a killer who is murdering pregnant women, so as to steal their babies. Chief Inspector Acton doesn't want Doyle anywhere near this case, of course, but she can't shake the feeling that there is more to his concern than his usual over-protectiveness—and more to this case than the usual psycho-killer.


  1. I adore Acton and Doyle...I loved this book and look forward to the next.


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