Last Breath (Detective Erika Foster #4) by @RobertBryndza #TuesdayBookBlog @bookouture #BookReview

  • Author: Robert Bryndza
  • Published: April 2017 by Bookouture
  • Category: Crime, Serial Killer, Police Procedural, Book Review, Reading

He’s your perfect date. You’re his next victim.

When the tortured body of a young woman is found in a dumpster, her eyes swollen shut and her clothes soaked with blood, Detective Erika Foster is one of the first at the crime scene. The trouble is, this time, it’s not her case. 

Detective Chief Inspector Erica Foster is not happy. She hates being stuck behind a desk writing reports, and has been refused her requested transfer to the Murder Investigation Team. She and former colleague, Detective James Peterson, are in a tentative relationship and were together when a call came through to Peterson about a body found in a dumpster. Erika can’t resist taking the initiative and is soon involved in the investigation. Continue reading

Dark Water (Erika Foster #3) by Robert Bryndza #Crime #Suspense @robertbryndza

  • 31433106Author: Robert Bryndza
  • Published: October 2016 by Bookouture
  • Category: Crime, Thriller, Police Procedural
  • four-half-stars

Beneath the water the body sank rapidly. She would lie still and undisturbed for many years but above her on dry land, the nightmare was just beginning. 

When Detective Erika Foster receives a tip-off that key evidence for a major narcotics case was stashed in a disused quarry on the outskirts of London, she orders for it to be searched. From the thick sludge the drugs are recovered, but so is the skeleton of a young child. 

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The Girl in the Ice (DCI Erika Foster #1) by Robert Bryndza #Audiobook Review #Crime

Her eyes are wide open. Her lips parted as if to speak. Her dead body frozen in the ice…She is not the only one. 

When a young boy discovers the body of a woman beneath a thick sheet of ice in a South London park, Detective Erika Foster is called in to lead the murder investigation. 

The story opens with a chilling and atmospheric prologue, which is excellent, diving straight into the action with the murder of beautiful young socialite, Andrea Douglas-Brown. Her body is found by long term unemployed Lee Kinney, who has to work under the new legislation in order to draw his dole money.  He secured a job as a council gardener at the Horniman Museum and discovered more than he bargained for when arriving for work one snowy morning. Continue reading