A Very Polite Murder by William Foster

A very polite murder

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent read for first in series!!!
'If you like a fast moving plot full of graphic murders, this book is for you'- reader review

' A very twisted serial killer to say the least, but a plot with a difference. The killer is always seemingly one step ahead of the police, despite their best efforts.
Without giving anything away, the ending was not what I expected!'

With no sign of a break-in, nothing taken and no sexual motive. It must be a domestic murder. Or so DI Keen believes. Eight years after Simon Browning is convicted of murdering his wife the real killer shows himself. It is now down to Simon Browning’s best friend, Tommy, to get DI Keen to re-look at the case and work out who really murdered Mrs. Browning and why?
There is a plan is place and it is heading to conclusion. Set in the Welsh borders, covered with forests, our killer has plenty of ways of disappearing.

A crime series based in Wales. This book does contain some graphic murders.

'entertaining, a bit frightening and most importantly creates in the reader a need to know what happens. '
'original and engaging.'
'Engaging thriller mystery full of interesting, well thought out characters.'
'I found this book was at times amusing, at other times sad - in fact, this story makes you feel a whole range of emotions and it is impossible not to get immersed within its pages.'
'A Very Polite Murder' takes the reader on a journey through murder, teenage rebellion, a marriage falling apart, adultery, grief, entrapment, a serial killer and ends with a cliff-hanger.'