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#FridayBookShare~Pulse by Celina Grace @ShelleyWilson72

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#FridayBookShare is a game created by Shelley Wilson to help search for an ideal read.

Anyone can have a go – all you need to do is answer the following questions based on the book you are currently reading/finished reading this week and use the hashtag #FridayBookShare

First line of the book.

Recruit fans by adding the book blurb

Introduce the main character using only three words.

Delightful design (add the cover image of the book).

Audience appeal (who would enjoy reading this book?)

Your favourite line/scene.

Pulse is the 10th book in the Kate Redman, detective series by Celina Grace

First Line  Joe could hear the music inside him like a second heartbeat.

Recruit fans by adding the book blurb

The body of a young man is found in a graveyard the night after a wild, drug-fuelled party. At first glance, there doesn’t appear to be anything sinister about his death, despite the shock of Detective Inspector Mark Olbeck realising that he once knew him.

Detective Sergeant Kate Redman has other things to worry about, not least her ongoing affair with her superior officer Chief Inspector Anderton. But when a second body is found in suspiciously similar circumstances, Kate, Olbeck and the rest of the Abbeyford police team realise they are up against a devious killer who will stop at nothing to indulge a literal thirst for blood…

Introduce the main character – Kate is tenacious, likeable and spontaneous.

Delightful Design

pulse

Audience appeal  Crime investigation and personal relationships in the same package

Your Favourite Scene

“Anyway,” said Anderton resuming his pacing. “This remains a suspicious death and I’m hoping the post mortem will throw up some definite answers as to exactly how Vickers died.  As you know there was a knife wound in his neck, although whether that was made pre or post mortem hasn’t yet been ascertained.  There are a few anomalies around the condition of the body.”  He turned to the crime scene photos. The pallor and pose of the body recalled a marble statue, perhaps a dead knight clasping his sword.

“The blood, sir.”

“Yes I was coming to that.  The body seems to have lost a lot of blood- indeed, that may well be the cause of death – but the odd thing is that there isn’t a lot of blood on the scene.”

If you want to join in, then answer the F.R.I.D.A.Y questions and use the Friday Book Share meme. Tag Shelley (@ShelleyWilson72) in, so she can read what you have added, too.

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Love history, reading, researching and writing. Articles published in My Family History and other genealogy magazines.

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