Review: GIRL IN THE ICE by Robert Bryndza !

GIRL IN THE ICE : Dective Erika Foster. By Robert Bryndza

Published 16th feb 2016 ,396 pages.


When a young boy discovers the body of a women beneath a think sheet of ice in a south London park, Dective Erika Foster is called in to lead the case.

Eye under the ice sketch

When the victim turns out to be from a well to do family Erika has pressure to not dig to deep but when more bodies are found but with no apparent connections, Erika must connect the dots before the killer closes in on her .

A great start to what I think will be an interesting series , well writern with the charactors interesting, relistic and with plenty of depth.

The plot is a complicated and political, with Erika getting preseures from all sides, but Erikia is determond and stuborn which gets her in trouble but makes great reading and endge of the seat morements. 

Erika personal life has a huge inpact on her work, due to her been the lead on an opertion that went south and reasulted in her husband and other colleagues been killed. This has resulted in her blaming her self and she is always trying to prove herself and push herself to get the killer.

A brillent engaging read by Robert Brynadza that made me wish I could read faster , a complete shock at who the killer was just didny see it coming. Truely worth the time to read, now im of to get the second book in the series .

I would hugely recommend to anyone that like crime , thrillers or series with a strong female personality

I give this book 5 out of 5