Murderland by Pamela Murray #BlogTour
Books / June 20, 2019

When DI Joe Burton and DS Sally Fielding are called to investigate a suspicious death in a care home, it is just the start of their problems. As further bodies are discovered, with playing cards placed beside their bodies, the Manchester police realise they have their work cut out. With the press closing in on the case, a criminal profiler is called in to help work out what the killer’s motive is. With the clock ticking and more victims uncovered, Fielding and Burton must race to track down a twisted killer before it’s too late. But could the killer be closer to home than anyone ever imagined?   MY REVIEW   Thanks to Heather at Bloodhound for an Arc and invite to the Blog Blitz for Pamela Murray’s New Thriller, Murderland From the opening prologue I was drawn into this story, it is very good and starts with a shock. DI Joe Burton and DS Sally Fielding are called to an elderly care home, a strange murder appears to have been committed when an older guest is found dressed almost like a clown with a playing card left close to the body. Murders begin piling up leaving the same calling…