Thursday 27 June 2019

#BlogTour Kill for Me by Rebecca Bradley

Today it's my turn on the BlogTour Kill for Me by Rebecca Bradley. It's a fast-paced crime thriller.
About the Author
Rebecca Bradley is a retired police detective. She lives in the UK with her family and her two cockapoo's Alfie and Lola, who keep her company while she writes. Rebecca needs to drink copious amounts of tea to function throughout the day and if she could, she would survive on a diet of tea and cake while committing murder on a regular basis, in her writing of course.

She writes the DI Hannah Robbins police procedural series and has also released a standalone novel, Dead Blind, about a cop who acquires prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness.

To receive a free novella sign up to her readers' club and you will be able to download the prequel to Hannah Robbins series. Find it on the blog at'll also be provided exclusive content and giveaways.

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Buy Kill for Me

About the book
A deadly game. An unstoppable killer. The perfect alibi.

Lucy Anderson is late collecting her daughter from nursery. A mistake that could prove fatal.
Her daughter is gone and there is only one way Lucy can get her back. The ransom is simple, she has to kill someone…

And this is just the beginning. A deadly game with a domino effect has started as the real killer forces others to do his bidding.

Can detective inspector Hannah Robbins find the killer’s next puppet before they’re forced to strike or will this be the case where her opponent has found the perfect way to kill?

Pick up Kill For Me for impossible choices and moral dilemmas and see where you would fall.

This is the fifth book in the DI Hannah Robbins series and can absolutely be read as a standalone novel.

This is a domino effect crime. Pressure person A to kill unknown variable, blackmail person B to get rid of the evidence aka person A, and so on. Seems to be the kind of crimes that remain motiveless and perhaps even unsolved. The person at the helm, who is controlling the kills and the narrative is sure nothing can lead straight back to the source.

Would you kill to save a loved one? Would you go against every instinct in your body and kill an innocent person? Weighing the life of an innocent against your own or that of your child. Would you, could you?

The other recurring storyline is Robbins dealing with the way her boss is treating a member of her team. Whilst I absolutely support a diverse and inclusive work environment, and abhor mobbing and/or discrimination, there is a point I want to make. Given the fact that their boss is only privy to fifty percent of all the information, and said colleague decides to keep his disorder and disability a secret, both Robbins and said colleague shouldn't expect special treatment.

As far as their commanding officer is concerned the colleague is being rude and disrespectful, and there is no way he is completing his job correctly with earphones in his ears. The fact that they might be a medical or mental health necessity may not cross his mind, because he can't make assumptions. In this case I felt he had a point, at the same time I understand the need to keep certain issues private, but if it is something so in your face then it has to be addressed in the work environment.

It's a fast-paced crime thriller. The perpetrator appears to be ahead of the police all of the time, except of course the truth is everyone makes a mistake, even if it just a small one.

Buy Kill for Me at Amazon Uk or go to Goodreads for any retailer. Published in ebook and audio formats on 14th February 2019. Buy at Amazon com.

Read my review of the Twisted Web by Rebecca Bradley.

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