What Lies Beneath: My Life as a Forensic Search and Rescue Expert

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What Lies Beneath: My Life as a Forensic Search and Rescue Expert

What Lies Beneath: My Life as a Forensic Search and Rescue Expert

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The entire case is solved as the murderer breaks into the DCI's house and leaves a confession letter (unsigned) his entire plan was to commit 2 murders (done) and then kill himself on that very night. The only reason he is caught is because he leaves this letter. There's no point to this, and the reasoning is that all of a sudden (after 3/4 of the book) he is now "playing a game" with the detective. This is never evident before this moment, but is mentioned about 4 times subsequently. not the worst john marrs book ive read, but definitely not my favourite. i think i tend to prefer his sci-fi thrillers more than his psychological ones. My friend made a bet with me that I couldn't guess the ending of this book ! I accepted the challenge coz I was sure that I will guess it!! The main character, Cassie, has gone through so much; it was a crazy, painful ride but she came out as such a strong heroine and I'm such a fan! Her story made me rethink about what I'm doing with my life and how I can make a difference in the world.

Recovering bodies, finding discarded remains, identifying unmarked graves and saving people from locations and situations too dangerous for the normal emergency services - all in a day's work for Peter Faulding.

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This is the second book in the series Laura Chambers Novel What Lies Beneath by JG Hetherton. It works as a stand alone and does not affect its genuineness. It is a fast paced, well-written crime story with the depiction of Laura as a reporter. In the hills of North Carolina, "Shotgun Slayer Barrow" has been on death row for 20 years for the killing of Robert & Linda Merrit. Is he the killer? When a mangled woman beyond recognition is found on the highway, the connection is made with her last phone call to Laura. Without knowledge of who she is and Laura never taking the call, the tension between the sheriff and Laura rises. This would not be the first rodeo she has had with the police. All of these are connected and the hunt for the truth begins with what happened years ago and to present. Laura's presence is a reminder of a dark past in this little town. Her dad's PTSD contributed by Vietnam and his connection with the family killed is a dispatch of clues but connecting the dots becomes tedious and his disappearance creates an edge of the seat thriller. The Merrit's little girl, Emily, was one of Laura's closet friends, but after their murder, they were never to mention Emily's existence in their house again. Mitchell, Elvis (July 21, 2000). " 'What Lies Beneath': If Only Her Husband Hadn't Made That Horrible Mistake". The New York Times. You don't know anything about the first victim apart from he ran a construction company and he was anti-religion. That's it. No attempts are made by the police to establish his last known whereabouts, there's no fleshing out of the character, nothing. You can't feel any sympathy for him as he basically exists as an empty corpse. Overall: Sometimes I felt suffocated from tension so I cut only half star but it is still 4.5 rounded up to 5 stars reading for me. I adore this author’s riveting, captivating style. He never ever disappoints me!

In game theory, such punishment-and-cost situations demonstrate an idea known as “subgame perfection,” another version of the Nash equilibrium in which even wildly altered circumstances do not change the optimal decisions. It is found that the farmer of Howlingdales Farm, Simon Wardle, is a former soldier with the IFOR forces in Bosnia. Additionally there are several other nasty characters that served in Bosnia including a doctor Clive Butler who is leading the transplant part of the criminal activity. This is the clinic where Stella was being treated. Janko Vatovec travels from Eastern Europe to get a handle of the branch of their dealings that he finds out the "Snow Woman", Dacic had gone to solve. Martin Hill one of the soldiers in Bosnia, who faked his death is now the assassin that is killing. They are all extremely dangerous criminals, and when their names come up the military is sent in under the guise of the Bomb Disposal Unit, because the men are known to use explosives to get away. Head to the Chaos Altar, with 15 chaos runes in your inventory. Entering the altar requires either a chaos talisman or tiara, or access to the Abyss. There are four ways to reach the altar: At one point the DCI spots the rugby player suspect in a pub and walks across to him and has her photo taken. There is no point to this scene other than later down the line her husband finds it and thinks she's having an affair. In the scene in the pub the suspect knows she's a police officer, she already has an internet full of photos she can use, it's just a scene designed to cause problems later down the line. Sixty-eight-year old, Maggie spends her days in the attic watching her neighbors going about their lives. To them, she doesn't exist. As Maggie watches, she notices things that no one else does. She’s the first to notice when Mr. Steadman’s curtains stop opening and his mail and newspapers start piling up.There are other moments that say a lot more about the author than the plot, such as the 2 main characters passing a (paraphrasing as I am unsure of the precise phraseology) doddery old Gardener. This is mentioned twice, with not a spot more detail about the gardener, but with a character finding it amusing: I mean, what was funny, someone gardening or an older person gardening? Harrigan, Tom (July 26, 2000). " 'What Lies Beneath' opens in top spot; 'X-men' drops to second". The News & Observer. Associated Press. p.49 . Retrieved September 21, 2022– via Newspapers.com. The author, J.G. Hetherton, is new to me. I did not read Laura Chambers Mystery #1 ( Last Girl Gone) and I don't think you will have to either, although I am adding it to my list! I think I have found a new author to add to my favorites list! His writing is beautifully woven together with stunning imagery. A particular passage I liked, that is an excellent example of his imagery follows: There are so many twists, so many revelations you cannot foresee their coming! You feel like punching several times from supernatural forces and crying like a baby to make it stop! Sorry our author is evil genius and he keeps sending more bombs and destroys your safe space. I would like to thank @netgalley and Crooked Lane Books for sending me an advance copy of “What Lies Beneath” by J. G. Heatherton. This is the second in a series with the reporter Laura Chambers as protagonist. I have not read the first book in the series, but this book builds on the hostility Laura suffers from the sheriff’s office in the wake of her apparent responsibility for the death of a well-liked police officer. The book opens with the death of a fleeing girl who called Laura just minutes before the girl was killed. Laura failed to take the call—and she fails to recognize the girl, whose face is too mutilated for recognition. It is only when Laura finds a photograph of her father, herself, and a little girl that she had thought was a false memory that Laura begins to remember some of the shadows in her family’s past.



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