What She Saw by Diane Saxon #BookReview #DSJennaMorgan3 #BlogTour #Boldwood #NetGalley #RachelsRandomResources #5*

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Why does someone want the Lawrence family dead?

The Lawrence’s were the perfect family; successful, beautiful, and happy until one night their whole world was ripped apart.

Detective Sergeant Jenna Morgan is called to investigate the suspected arson attack and death of the Lawrence family at the charred remains of their stunning home, Kimble Hall.

The case takes a sinister turn as the body count fails to tally.
Suspecting that someone may have survived the inferno, DS Morgan and her team need to discover whether they have a witness, or someone far more dangerous.

Who set the fire? Who wanted this family extinguished beyond recognition?

As the case progresses, DS Morgan realises she has a calculating, cold-blooded killer on her hands, and the race is on to track them down before they kill again…

A gripping psychological crime novel, perfect for fans of Cara Hunter.

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Thought-Provoking, Thrilling Read!        stars 5

Never a dull moment – what a stunning read! I’ve already downloaded the first two in series to catch up with.

Called out in the middle of the night, DS Jenna Morgan finds herself attending a house fire so large and intensive that there is no way to know if the residents were at home or not. When bodies are discovered in the ruins, the count doesn’t add up to all members of the Lawrence family who lived there; so who is unaccounted for and where are they?

This is an exciting and fast moving story, beautifully crafted, carefully plotted and absolutely packed with action from beginning to end. Personal details are included but nothing takes away from the crime story. There is such a lot happening! As a conscientious officer, Jenna is kept busy as other things need dealt with in her working life, but she never loses sight of the bigger picture. The characters are true to life, the story flows really well and kept me glued all the way through. Thought-provoking and thrilling with a good slice of humour, it adds up to an absolutely superb read. Definitely an author to add to your ‘must not miss’ read, and I’m delighted to give this all five sparkling stars!

My thanks to the publisher for my copy via NetGalley and to Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on this tour; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: crime thriller, psychological fiction
  • Format: ebook, audiobook
  • Size: 359 pages
  • Publisher: Boldwood
  • Publication Date: 22 September 2020
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Author Bio

Diane Saxon lives in the Shropshire countryside with her tall, dark, handsome husband. She has two gorgeous daughters, a Dalmatian, two cats, numerous rare breed chickens, and a black Labrador called Beau–a name borrowed by her hero in For Heaven’s Cakes.

After working for years in a demanding job, Diane gave it up when her husband said, “Follow that dream.” She subsequently has 12 Romances published for the U.S. market.

Inspired by her long, lonely walks in atmospheric woodlands, Diane has gone over to the dark side to write British psychological crime thrillers. With a four-book deal through Boldwood Books, her first in series, The Keeper (re-named Find Her Alive) was released in 2019 with Copycat (Re-titled Someone’s There) released in February 2020. What She Saw is due for release in September 2020 and Diane is head down currently writing Who Took My Baby?

Social Media

Website: dianesaxon.com

Twitter: @Diane_Saxon

Facebook: @authordianesaxon

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