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Friday 9 December 2022

The Night Stalker by Robert Bryndza

After reading three of Bryndza's books…two Erika Fosters and one Kate Johnson…in a rather random order...I decided, having been totally captivated by them all, to fill in the gaps. This was the next in line and without a shadow of a doubt, yet another endorsement of Bryndza's faultless writing talent and amazing ability to construct a completely absorbing plot. He doesn't leave anything out: detail, credible and well-defined characters and a guarantee you will be firmly glued to the edge of your seat.

The clue is in the title: there's a killer around, stalking his/her victims and ending their lives. Erika and her team have to find the link between the victims to help them track down a calculating serial killer. At the same time, Erika has to deal with personal grief and office politics, all in the middle of a stifling English heatwave.

It's quite obvious this genre is Bryndza's brand. He's perfectly settled in it. The four books I've read have been equally gripping and exciting. Even though I have another few Erika Fosters to go, I just want them to go on forever!

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