Fatal Promise

Fatal Promise Review

Eeeny meeny, miney, moe. Who lives, who dies only I know.

When the body of a doctor is discovered brutally murdered in local woodland, Detective Kim Stone is shocked to discover the victim is Gordon Cordell – a man linked to a previous case she worked on involving the death of a young school girl. Gordon has a chequered past, but who would want him dead?

As the investigation gets underway, Gordon’s son is involved in a horrific car crash which leaves him fighting for his life. Kim's sure this was no accident.

Then the body of a woman is found dead in suspicious circumstances and Kim makes a disturbing link between the victims and Russells Hall Hospital. The same hospital where Gordon worked.

With Kim and her team still grieving the loss of one of their own, they’re at their weakest and facing one of the most dangerous serial killers they’ve ever encountered. Everything is on the line. Can Kim keep her squad together and find the killer before he claims his next victim?

The killer is picking off his victims at a terrifying pace, and he’s not finished yet.

Title:Fatal Promise
Edition Language:English

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  • Maureen

    After the tragic conclusion of book 8 in the series (from which I am still traumatised!), D.I Kim Stone’s tightly knit team were dispersed to various stations in the area, and we join them as they r...

  • Meredith

    Sad yet hopeful This is a character-driven installment of the series. The cases don’t matter as much, nor are they as compelling, as the characters that comprise this wonderful series. Fatal Promi...

  • Christine

    5 heartfelt starsBook 9 in the DI Kim Stone series is yet another feather in the cap for Angela Marsons. This author amazes me with her ability to keep this series enthralling and fresh. This installm...

  • Linda

    There is no grief like the grief that does not speak.It slides on silent feet just beyond the turn of the head. And it waits, cast away to the top shelf in the dark. It sits alone, but beckons with th...

  • Paromjit

    Angela Marsons paints detailed psychological portraits of the heartbreaking effects of grief and how each person experiences it after the harrowing events from the last novel with the death of Kevin D...

  • Chelsea Humphrey

    4.5 "I'm not crying, YOU'RE CRYING" starsGeez Angie, just rip my heart and stomp on it some more why dontcha?! ;) Seriously gang, I'm not sure of a current thriller writer who crafts such a well balan...

  • Carolyn

    I'm happy to report Angela Marsons' D.I. Kim Stone series just keeps getting better. Her very real characters keep growing and adapting to their changing circumstances even while dealing with new crim...

  • Zoeytron

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review.The loss of a key player has hit DI Kim Stone's unit hard, and they are all dealing with their grief in his or her own way.  Their investigative...

  • Louise Wilson

    D.I. Kim Stone #9. I highly recommend that you read book #8 in this series first if you haven't already ready it as it follows on form there.Kim and her team are back. This story begins with a violent...

  • Liz

    The ninth in the series takes up pretty much right after #8 finishes. Kim has just gotten the cast off her leg. The three remaining members of the team are back together but still adjusting to the los...