Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace
(D.I. Sterling Book 3)
Detective Inspector Paolo Sterling has just six weeks to solve a series of murders by insulin injection, with nothing to connect the victims except the manner of death and a note left at each crime scene.
The murderer, determined to avenge a wrong from many years earlier, gets close to his prey by assuming various identities.
Can Paolo win in his race against the pretender?
The third book in the D. I. Sterling Series has the same gripping and gritty style as the previous two.
We rejoin Paolo and the rest of the cast as they attempt to track down a murderer who is out for revenge.
Paolo is a well fleshed out and realistic character. I like the way he deals with his complicated home life and his work colleagues, as well as investigating a series of murders, where the victims seem to have no connection to each other.
The case has plenty of twists to keep Paolo (and the reader) busy trying to figure it out before someone else is killed.
This series is now a firm favourite of mine and I’m looking forward to the next one.
About The Author:
When not working on her crime novels, Lorraine Mace is engaged in many writing-related activities. She is a columnist for both Writing Magazine and Writers’ Forum and is head judge for Writers’ Forum monthly fiction competitions.
A tutor for Writers Bureau, she also runs her own private critique and author mentoring service.
She is co-author, with Maureen Vincent-Northam, of The Writer’s Abc Checklist (Accent Press). Other books include children’s novel Vlad The Inhaler – Hero In The Making, and Notes From The Margin, a compilation of her Writing Magazine humour column.