M.A. Comley catch up day! Regrets Mean Nothing #bookreview

I’ve once again got really behind on books by the wonderful author M.A Comley so I had a lovely weekend catching up on her latest releases!

Regrets, we all have them!

But there are some people in this world who are willing to take things to the extreme.

Angela Jameson has everything to live for – a successful job, a perfect marriage and yet someone killed her. Why?

DI Nelson is tasked with solving this intriguing case.

However, Angela isn’t the only victim. A number of other bodies show up on Nelson’s patch, leading him to believe the murders might be connected.

Can DI Nelson uncover the twisted truth while dealing with a fraught family dilemma?

I love the Hero series as I always enjoy catching up with him and his family dilemmas (that sister of his!!). He is also a damned good police officer who has to face a crime that puzzles him from the start. When a group of friends go their separate ways after an evening out, Angela doesn’t return home. When her body is discovered the next day, everyone is shocked as she doesn’t seem to have an enemy in the world. But she obviously knew her killer and when more bodies start turning up, Hero realised that there must be a connection. Can he solve the crime before this killer claims any more victims?

Mel Comley writes such compelling crime thrillers with very different leading characters but who are all likeable and interesting detectives. I love the fact that Hero is a family man, happily married but with the normal family problems that we all face. You could certainly read this addition to the series as a stand-alone though as Mel always makes sure her readers have all the facts they need to sit back and enjoy a good old compelling crime drama written in her usual gripping style that will keep you reading until the early hours.

Highly recommended by me!

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I am a Norfolk girl living in leafy Cheshire with my grumpy Scotsman. A mum and nana who lives for my family but who is also addicted to reading (and Marmite!) I will read almost anything but my preferred genres to review are psychological thrillers, crime procedural novels or women's fiction. My kindle is my life but I also have a substantial bookshelf in my cosy reading room where I can go to escape the stresses of family life with plenty of tea and chocolate. I am a member of netgalley and bookbridg. I review on Amazon, where I'm a Top 500 reviewer, and Goodreads. You can always find me over on Twitter @jocatrobertson for any review requests.