Review; Two Victims (DCI Rachel King #2) by Helen H. Durrant

Last year, I recieved an ARC of the crime novel Two Victims (DCI Rachel King #2) by Helen H. Durrant through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Meet Detective Rachel King in this brilliant new crime series, Discover a brand new mystery from the #1 best-selling author Helen H. Durrant that will have you gripped from start to pulsating finish.
A murdered woman found on a building site. Executed by a single gun shot.
But worse is to come, Another body is found buried in the same place.
Detective Rachel King has two victims to deal with. The first woman was local nurse, Agnes Moore. One of the victim’s friends makes contact but then disappears.
Does Rachel have a serial killer on her hands? And what was Agnes really helping local girls with?
Will Rachel’s former lover, well-know villain Jed McAteer come back to haunt her with his connections to the victims. Who will pay the ultimate price next?
A mystery with a stunning twist and a race against time to save her career and stop a murder spree.

My Thoughts on the Book
For me, Two Victims was an okay read. The crime plot and the backdrop was interesting, but I struggled with some of the characters, especially Rachel and her behaviour at times.


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