A Question of Identity by Susan Hill. Read September 2014.

“How do you catch a killer who doesn’t seem to exist?”
This is the seventh in the Serrailler series and it reminded me why I like this series so much. The recurring characters develop but we also catch up with some others who featured in the previous book. This continuity reinforces reader loyalty and keeps us coming back for more. It might seem an odd thing to say in a crime book review but the crimes, and the investigation of them, appeared more prominent than in other books in the series. This allowed for some very significant events in the recurring characters’ lives to be introduced quite subtly which I enjoyed.
This book is a must for Serrailler fans and will be enjoyed by lovers of well written crime fiction. However as usual I recommend you read the series in order, or the relationships between the characters will be more mysterious than the plot.

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