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A demolition site. A body, wrapped in plastic sheeting, is unearthed in the bucket of a mechanical digger. Could Cross’ sudden, abrupt U-turn in the middle of this investigation be the biggest mistake of his career? Odd tanning lines on his body and scars on his forearms enable DS George Cross to narrow down his search for the man’s identity. Has the victim’s illicit side bu A demolition site. A body, wrapped in plastic sheeting, is unearthed in the bucket of a mechanical digger. Could Cross’ sudden, abrupt U-turn in the middle of this investigation be the biggest mistake of his career? Odd tanning lines on his body and scars on his forearms enable DS George Cross to narrow down his search for the man’s identity. Has the victim’s illicit side business led to his death or is it a simple case of jealousy and ambition? Cross' relentless pursuit of the the truth leads to some awkward choices.


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A demolition site. A body, wrapped in plastic sheeting, is unearthed in the bucket of a mechanical digger. Could Cross’ sudden, abrupt U-turn in the middle of this investigation be the biggest mistake of his career? Odd tanning lines on his body and scars on his forearms enable DS George Cross to narrow down his search for the man’s identity. Has the victim’s illicit side bu A demolition site. A body, wrapped in plastic sheeting, is unearthed in the bucket of a mechanical digger. Could Cross’ sudden, abrupt U-turn in the middle of this investigation be the biggest mistake of his career? Odd tanning lines on his body and scars on his forearms enable DS George Cross to narrow down his search for the man’s identity. Has the victim’s illicit side business led to his death or is it a simple case of jealousy and ambition? Cross' relentless pursuit of the the truth leads to some awkward choices.

30 review for The Cyclist

  1. 5 out of 5

    Monnie

    Marked a "top pick" at Amazon for this year, the description sounded interesting so I snapped it up. It's the second in the series featuring Detective Sergeant George Cross; I did not read the first, and while I enjoyed this one and will say it stands alone fairly well, I suspect I'd have liked it even more had I read them in order. That said, I liked the character so much that I got the first (The Dentist) as well. And it really is the character who makes the story so interesting; he has Asperge Marked a "top pick" at Amazon for this year, the description sounded interesting so I snapped it up. It's the second in the series featuring Detective Sergeant George Cross; I did not read the first, and while I enjoyed this one and will say it stands alone fairly well, I suspect I'd have liked it even more had I read them in order. That said, I liked the character so much that I got the first (The Dentist) as well. And it really is the character who makes the story so interesting; he has Asperger's Syndrome, which is both a curse and a blessing. On the downside, the condition means he lacks awareness of social skills (such as not recognizing when someone is joking or responding inappropriately - or not at all - to the emotions of others). Conversely, he pays great attention to detail and has an almost uncanny ability to intuit clues that lead to closure of the most difficult cases. This one is a doozy; a body turns up in a deserted section of garages in Bristol, U.K. After close inspection, Cross notices tan lines on the body, leading him to determine that the man was a cyclist (hence, no doubt, the reason for the book's title). From there, a few other clues he unearths bring relatively quick identification. Cross is assisted by his capable partner, D.S. Josie Ottey, and it's a treat to watch their interactions as she adjusts to his condition and at the same time tries to teach him how to interact more sociably with others, including department trainee Alice Mackenzie. Eventually, Cross and Ottey learn that the victim, part-owner with his brother of their parents' successful restaurant, has his fingers in a few other pies that aren't quite so legitimate (nor as successful). That knowledge also expands the investigation to several more suspects and a few dead ends before Cross finally ferrets out the truth and a rather surprise ending. I do admit it took several chapters before I really got into the story - mostly, I guess, because the writing is a little stilted (in truth, it almost seemed as if it were written by someone who has Asperger's). But once I got the rhythm, my interest started to hum along and it was hard to put it down. In short, I'm hooked - and hopefully before long I'll have time to get to the first book before the next one comes out. Good job!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cath

    This is book two of the DS Cross Mystery series and sees DS George Cross attempting to solve the murder of a young man found in some decrepit old garages behind a high rise estate. DS Cross is a police officer thought to be on the autism spectrum, and he finds it difficult to relate to other people in the department and others. He has very set ways in which to investigate crimes and his long suffering partner, Josie Ottey, has to get used to him, but she also gives him instructions and hints on This is book two of the DS Cross Mystery series and sees DS George Cross attempting to solve the murder of a young man found in some decrepit old garages behind a high rise estate. DS Cross is a police officer thought to be on the autism spectrum, and he finds it difficult to relate to other people in the department and others. He has very set ways in which to investigate crimes and his long suffering partner, Josie Ottey, has to get used to him, but she also gives him instructions and hints on how to interact in a more normal manner. Cross is lucky to have his own office, separate from the other officers, as he can’t handle the disordered piles of paperwork and the noise of others very well. The dead man is a serious yet amateur cyclist, as Cross figures out from his odd tan lines and muscular legs, when he looks more closely at the body on the autopsy body. The autopsy brings some unusual blood results which show the dead man, Alex, had been using performance enhancing drugs, as Cross somehow expected. Cross is a man who seems to have an extended knowledge of just about anything and everything and loves to use some of his extensive vocabulary in the investigation. He is also a keen cyclist, but sticks with a fairly plain bike, after having so many of his previous bikes stolen, and him a copper! Strange burn scars on the man’s arms, leads the team to a local Greek restaurant. There they find a brother, a mother and father and even a secret girlfriend who is also pregnant. It seems the family know more than they want to tell the investigative team, especially about Alex’s drug taking. As is the norm in these types of investigations, with few clues, they end up interviewing a wide variety go suspects, or mainly Ottey does, while Cross sits quietly and observes the person being questioned. In the middle of the case, he has sequestered himself into his office, with the door and blind shut, so everybody knows not to disturb him, so he can go back over every little bit of information they have on the case so far. He comes up with a sudden decision on the case, but he could actually be wrong this time, as it seems to be the opposite of what they have found out so far. He gets stressed out on cases until he can get everything done right. Which ends up with a great twist to the tale at the end of the story. A very dry telling of a murder mystery, with some unusual twists and misdirection added in. I received an ARC copy of this book from BookSprout and I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    The unconventional and fascinating DS George Cross is back in book 2 of the DS Cross Crime Thriller series and I couldn't wait to see how he worked his way through a new murder case while learning social conventions from his partner DS Josie Ottey. DS Cross' dogged and singular determination to track down the murder of an amateur cyclist/chef leads to questions for the cyclist's family, his business colleagues, and his pregnant girlfriend. George Cross is an enigma. He is a detective sergeant with The unconventional and fascinating DS George Cross is back in book 2 of the DS Cross Crime Thriller series and I couldn't wait to see how he worked his way through a new murder case while learning social conventions from his partner DS Josie Ottey. DS Cross' dogged and singular determination to track down the murder of an amateur cyclist/chef leads to questions for the cyclist's family, his business colleagues, and his pregnant girlfriend. George Cross is an enigma. He is a detective sergeant with Aspergers Syndrome and an incredible conviction rate. He plays the church organ on the same night every week for himself and not for services. He has dinner with his father, Raymond, one night a week. He also prefers to work on his own, but his partner Josie is teaching George how to behave "normally" and politely with victims, suspects, and even his colleagues.  The results are endearing as George catches himself albeit a bit after the fact sometimes. Not to mention his literal interpretations of jokes or sarcasm is amusing as people look on confused. Watching George's mental process of formulating a case and his interrogations of suspects are genius and what I love about Sullivan's books. Mr. Sullivan does an incredible job developing his characters. Not only does he capture George's skill as a detective, but he also reveals George's vulnerable side. The supporting characters including his partner Ottey, his new team member, Mackenzie along with George's father Raymond are a great addition to the story as they acknowledge and support George's eccentricities.  I recommend this crime thriller with one of my favorite detectives of all time who is guaranteed to flush out the killer in his own meticulous and stoic way. This book can be read as a standalone, but reading The Dentist may give one more insight into DS Cross.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maria Flaherty

    ‘The Cyclist’ is the second book in the highly entertaining series of DI George Cross by Tim Sullivan. Our main protagonist is one 'DI George Brunel Cross', a single-minded and determined detective, who struggles to develop his relationship with his colleagues. As in the previous novel, The Dentist (The DS Cross Mysteries), we learn that George has Asperger's Syndrome, explaining some of his more unusual character traits and behaviours – and just why he struggles to develop relationships with tho ‘The Cyclist’ is the second book in the highly entertaining series of DI George Cross by Tim Sullivan. Our main protagonist is one 'DI George Brunel Cross', a single-minded and determined detective, who struggles to develop his relationship with his colleagues. As in the previous novel, The Dentist (The DS Cross Mysteries), we learn that George has Asperger's Syndrome, explaining some of his more unusual character traits and behaviours – and just why he struggles to develop relationships with those around him. His colleague and work partner, DS Josie Ottey has the difficult challenge of being partnered with Cross and trying to act as his liaison with the rest of the department. The relationship between the two officers is wonderfully written and I enjoy their scenes together. Josie Ottey is constantly faced with social awkward aspects of working with George and how he sneaks off without her, regularly insults colleagues, witnesses etc. However, rather than give up in frustration, she is attempting to work with George and ‘train’ him about him to deal with social situation through the use of short phrases to tell him when his behaviour is not appropriate. On occasion, this can lead to some hilarious moments such as when George tries to joke with Alice McKenzie. His joke falls flat with Alice, but you can’t help but admire him for trying. The scenes between George and the reverend Stephen are also amusing as George continues to defer all attempts to convince him to play in public but Stephen and his congregation persist in their endeavours. This time around, the case features the death of a amateur cyclist, discovered during the demolition of a series of garages. As always, George reads far more into a simple piece of evidence than any of his colleagues and almost reminds me of Hercule Poirot in this respect. He will not let any piece of information pass until he is convinced of the value. This time around however, Cross makes a sudden volte-face during the investigation, one that shocks his colleagues and puts him completely at odds with his bosses. There is a definite feeling of suspense building as the reader follows the investigation and hopes that George is correct is his thinking. Surely, he will manage to prove himself accurate in one of his killer interrogations? An enjoyable read and positive description of autism, something that we do not often see in fiction. Looking forward to Cross #3.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ty

    The novel is about an amateur Cycler/Chef who is murdered while he was meant to be on trip with his cycling club, though he never made the trip, his family thought he was on the trip and his club thought he had elected to stay back because of an injury. This is the second DS Cross novel I am reading. I love both books for it’s description of what it feels like to live with Aspergers Syndrome (AS) in a world that doesn’t understand how to interact with you. The protagonist has AS which makes him The novel is about an amateur Cycler/Chef who is murdered while he was meant to be on trip with his cycling club, though he never made the trip, his family thought he was on the trip and his club thought he had elected to stay back because of an injury. This is the second DS Cross novel I am reading. I love both books for it’s description of what it feels like to live with Aspergers Syndrome (AS) in a world that doesn’t understand how to interact with you. The protagonist has AS which makes him a great detective but socially awkward. His partner tries to understand him and acts like a buffer between him and his social interactions, which on equal parts he is grateful for and irritated by. The books can be read individually but reading them in sequence helps to build and fill in the gaps of the different characters involved in DS Cross life. My one issue with this book is that there seems to be chunks of DS Cross’s thought processes that the reader is not privy to until the team discusses it and then it is discussed as if the reader was aware of the information all the while. All In all its a great series especially as the protagonist has AS and this allows us to explore and understand the lives of people with these kinds of conditions. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cath Cullen

    George Cross doing what he does best I really like George as the author really gives you an insight into his character. His relationship with his partner DC Ottey is endearing and it's lovely to read about how the relationship grows. Having already read about George in "The Dentist ", I couldn't wait to read "The Cyclist ". It took me 3 or 4 chapters to read before I started to enjoy this book and at times I thought the author was trying to be a little too clever by trying to delve into overseas George Cross doing what he does best I really like George as the author really gives you an insight into his character. His relationship with his partner DC Ottey is endearing and it's lovely to read about how the relationship grows. Having already read about George in "The Dentist ", I couldn't wait to read "The Cyclist ". It took me 3 or 4 chapters to read before I started to enjoy this book and at times I thought the author was trying to be a little too clever by trying to delve into overseas business men and theories regarding drug dealing. However, I stuck with it as I wanted to see how George would work through all this and get to the truth. I actually find myself really caring about George and his way of thinking both personally and professionally which is a great testament to Tim Sullivan who has created him. I would recommend reading The Dentist before this book to enable the reader to gain an insight into George himself. By doing this I feel it would explain a lot more about George's thought process in this book although this is not absolutely necessary. The only criticism I have is having read this latest novel I have to wait until 2021 to see what's in store for George in "The Patient ". I highly recommend the DS Cross series. I guarantee you won't be disappointed as he is full of surprises right up to the very end!

  7. 4 out of 5

    R.E. E. Derouin

    The Cyclist by Tim Sullivan 1/31/2021 Kindle Why I began reading this series with the second installment I can’t say, but I plan to pick number one soon. This was a fun read and an interesting mystery. When a plastic wrapped body is unearthed on a construction site, DS David Cross is one of the investigators. This brilliant and successful cycles to the site and is assisted and protected by Josie Ottey. The protection she affords is not physical but social as Cross suffers from Asperger’s Sy The Cyclist by Tim Sullivan 1/31/2021 Kindle Why I began reading this series with the second installment I can’t say, but I plan to pick number one soon. This was a fun read and an interesting mystery. When a plastic wrapped body is unearthed on a construction site, DS David Cross is one of the investigators. This brilliant and successful cycles to the site and is assisted and protected by Josie Ottey. The protection she affords is not physical but social as Cross suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome. Cross requires help in all social situations. The interaction between the couple and other cast members like trainee Alice McKenzie was my main attraction to the book, and series. The story line is almost secondary, but nonetheless interesting as Cross is reminiscent of Sherlock in his methodical interpretation of the clues everyone else misses. He recognizes tanning lines on the victim recognizing him as a fellow cyclist, and makes quick identification. This discovery leads us to a family restaurant, a bevy of players with hidden agendas, a few dead ends and a surprise ending. This is one of the best new series I’ve read in a long time. Highly recommended.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vivienne Neal

    A Fascinating Whodunit The author is back with my favorite characters: Detective Sergeant George Cross, a misunderstood, unconventional loner, and a stickler for details, his partner, Detective Sergeant Josie Ottey, who always has his back, and Alice Mackenzie, an investigator trainee who realizes that Cross’ peculiar ways are the least of her problems. The plot brings some new authentic, relatable, and complex characters, explanatory locations, which begins in Bristol, UK, and expands to Greece, A Fascinating Whodunit The author is back with my favorite characters: Detective Sergeant George Cross, a misunderstood, unconventional loner, and a stickler for details, his partner, Detective Sergeant Josie Ottey, who always has his back, and Alice Mackenzie, an investigator trainee who realizes that Cross’ peculiar ways are the least of her problems. The plot brings some new authentic, relatable, and complex characters, explanatory locations, which begins in Bristol, UK, and expands to Greece, more drama, twists, and turns, secrets and lies, drug misuse, and manipulation. This page-turning story will keep you guessing to the very end, a conclusion that I never saw coming. The relentless rapport between Cross and Ottey and how they conduct their awkward interviewing skills with suspects can be strenuous but at the same time humorous. I am looking forward to reading the third installment of the DS Cross Mysteries.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Corey

    This is the second book in the DS Cross series. It seems like it's meant to be able to stand alone, but if you haven't read the first book there are parts you won't understand. Given that I started this as soon as I finished the first, I didn't feel like the introductions to the whole cast was overly necessary. But for the most part this is really well-written, although I admit that my OCD kicked in every time there was a British spelling of something (sorry, it's not "tyre"). But I think it's e This is the second book in the DS Cross series. It seems like it's meant to be able to stand alone, but if you haven't read the first book there are parts you won't understand. Given that I started this as soon as I finished the first, I didn't feel like the introductions to the whole cast was overly necessary. But for the most part this is really well-written, although I admit that my OCD kicked in every time there was a British spelling of something (sorry, it's not "tyre"). But I think it's enjoyable because I feel like I can relate to George. I'm not autistic, but sometimes I have wondered. Tim Sullivan is coming out with his third book in this series soon - "in the early part of 2021" - so no doubt I'll get that one too and enjoy it. Because while there are bits and pieces that are annoying, these books are challenging my notion that the mystery genre was invented for people who want to write but have no talent for it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    PortlandAvidReader

    An engrossing British police procedural Anyone who likes British procedurals will enjoy this book. George, the main character, is high functioning 'on the spectrum.' He is drawn quite convincingly. The supporting characters are drawn as having to learn to deal with this. It is exactly this which drives the story. His attention to detail, focus on the facts make him a superb logician finding the subtle relations, and divergences, between the evidence, people's statements, and everyday expectations An engrossing British police procedural Anyone who likes British procedurals will enjoy this book. George, the main character, is high functioning 'on the spectrum.' He is drawn quite convincingly. The supporting characters are drawn as having to learn to deal with this. It is exactly this which drives the story. His attention to detail, focus on the facts make him a superb logician finding the subtle relations, and divergences, between the evidence, people's statements, and everyday expectations. The relationship with his father is developed and adds to the readers' understanding of George's character. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Claudete Takahashi

    A story full of twists and turns that keeps you hooked till the end. It´s amazing that a character in the spectrum of autism can turn this shortcoming (?!) in his favour and become the best detective inspector in the county´s force. He cannot abandon one investigation until everything, every single detail falls into place and the case is neatly closed. Although in real life this does not always happens it´s nice to see how other people adapt to his style and also try to teach him how to relate b A story full of twists and turns that keeps you hooked till the end. It´s amazing that a character in the spectrum of autism can turn this shortcoming (?!) in his favour and become the best detective inspector in the county´s force. He cannot abandon one investigation until everything, every single detail falls into place and the case is neatly closed. Although in real life this does not always happens it´s nice to see how other people adapt to his style and also try to teach him how to relate better with others and not let his objectivity turn into rudeness. I truly enjoyed reading this book and will be looking forward to reading more books with DI Cross if they are written. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Janice Scott

    Another great read from Tim Sullivan Tim Sullivan manages to explain Asperger Syndrome simply through the thoughts and actions of his main character, DS Cross, and how others relate to him. DS Ottey, his partner, is becoming increasingly attuned to him in this book, and protects him, interprets him to others, but also isn’t afraid to challenge him. DC Mackenzie is still puzzled, irritated and confused by him, but is already aware of his brilliance, through dogged and persnickety attention to det Another great read from Tim Sullivan Tim Sullivan manages to explain Asperger Syndrome simply through the thoughts and actions of his main character, DS Cross, and how others relate to him. DS Ottey, his partner, is becoming increasingly attuned to him in this book, and protects him, interprets him to others, but also isn’t afraid to challenge him. DC Mackenzie is still puzzled, irritated and confused by him, but is already aware of his brilliance, through dogged and persnickety attention to detail, in solving crimes. Again the plot is meticulously worked out, with no room for false assumptions or guesswork. Can’t wait for the next in the series!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mary Stokes

    This is the second DC Cross book I’ve read and I can’t wait for the next one. It’s fun to watch Cross solve murders and also try to improve his interpersonal skills which is quite a challenge for someone on the spectrum. The side characters - his partner Ottey and the newest member of the team Makenzie along with Cross’s father Ron and the other members of the police team make for quite a band. They’re slowly being more fleshed out. This would make for a really fun TV show. Keep them coming Mr. This is the second DC Cross book I’ve read and I can’t wait for the next one. It’s fun to watch Cross solve murders and also try to improve his interpersonal skills which is quite a challenge for someone on the spectrum. The side characters - his partner Ottey and the newest member of the team Makenzie along with Cross’s father Ron and the other members of the police team make for quite a band. They’re slowly being more fleshed out. This would make for a really fun TV show. Keep them coming Mr. Sullivan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kevin McGrath

    I think the main focus of this book was in the lead detective, Cross, and his methods and processes. He is obviously on the spectrum and has some unconventional approaches to detective work that are effective. There are story lines regarding his relationship with his coworkers, his approach to witnesses and suspects are all interesting and compelling. That said, I think the actual case was not the focus of the story and all said, was actually not that interesting. While this book is solid, I am I think the main focus of this book was in the lead detective, Cross, and his methods and processes. He is obviously on the spectrum and has some unconventional approaches to detective work that are effective. There are story lines regarding his relationship with his coworkers, his approach to witnesses and suspects are all interesting and compelling. That said, I think the actual case was not the focus of the story and all said, was actually not that interesting. While this book is solid, I am surprised by the high rating here (4.4 stars).

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ann Laird

    I was a bit disappointed in the 2nd novel by Tim Sullivan due to the fact that unless someone has read his first in the series they would be unaware of the protagonist’s background info. The novel itself was well done, the characters were well developed, and the conclusion again had a twist. I would recommend someone reading the novel but in the order of the series to more fully grasp the idiosyncrasies of the protagonist.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kay M

    Meticulous DS Cross is also as annoying as he is careful in building a case. An amateur bicyclist who is also successful restaurant owner is found dead . He was engaged to a young pregnant woman and planning to get married. George Cross, with Asperger's syndrome, is relentless and careful in finding the culprit. Ottey, his partner, spends much of her time explaining his actions and trying to teach him some social skills that in his view are unnecessary. Meticulous DS Cross is also as annoying as he is careful in building a case. An amateur bicyclist who is also successful restaurant owner is found dead . He was engaged to a young pregnant woman and planning to get married. George Cross, with Asperger's syndrome, is relentless and careful in finding the culprit. Ottey, his partner, spends much of her time explaining his actions and trying to teach him some social skills that in his view are unnecessary.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Willow Webster

    Its a good mystery novel. Your typical mystery basically. Set in England and it was really good. The main character is a bit different. He knows he is socially awkward and trying to improve on that. Overall a good book I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    The characters in this series make the story. The plots are rather easy to fathom but Cross and his partners keep you interested and at times amused. The story revolves around the murder of a restaurant owner and avid cyclist. Many twists and turns in suspects but the reader can read between the lines and eventually see the outcome rather early. Will continue to read this series. .

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    A wonderfully written story which has the main character being a detective with Asperger’s. I really enjoyed reading this book, I thought the plot was great and the characters are brilliant. If you haven’t discovered this fantastic author yet then grab this book and get to know him, you won’t be disappointed. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    NRVOUTDOORSMAN

    Well done But not quite up to the standard of "The Dentist." It will be hard to sustain the quirkiness of George Cross in future books without becoming too repetitive. Still, well worth reading even with a predictable ending. Well done But not quite up to the standard of "The Dentist." It will be hard to sustain the quirkiness of George Cross in future books without becoming too repetitive. Still, well worth reading even with a predictable ending.

  21. 4 out of 5

    David Borthwick

    Very good. I can see this unusual detective becoming quite popular over the next few years. Although the book is not overly funny it has its amusing moments. The story telling is smooth and easy to follow. I'll be waiting for the next outing of this detective. Very good. I can see this unusual detective becoming quite popular over the next few years. Although the book is not overly funny it has its amusing moments. The story telling is smooth and easy to follow. I'll be waiting for the next outing of this detective.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sally Wright

    An easy read It’s uncomplicated, so easy to follow the flow of the story with a interesting ending. I read the first in the series too, which I enjoyed. I hope a third appears soon

  23. 5 out of 5

    KEITH BENSON

    A great character A truly super crime mystery book, written around a complex character that being D'S Cross who is supported by his female working partner Ottey. There are other characters who support this gripping yet fun book that often had me laughing out loud though A great character A truly super crime mystery book, written around a complex character that being D'S Cross who is supported by his female working partner Ottey. There are other characters who support this gripping yet fun book that often had me laughing out loud though

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carol Holder

    It was a good follow up from the dentist. I just wish he had concluded the story instead of haveIng to wait for another story. Well done

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    I really enjoyed this book, as well as the first one. I love when Cross congratulates himself for his social niceties ;)

  26. 5 out of 5

    David Brueske

    An enjoyable read. I enjoyed the characters, especially Cross. The plot had lots of twist and turns that kept me guessing to very end. A fun read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stargazer

    I liked book one so much i bought this one, love George and looking forward to more books in this series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Darren

    I enjoyed reading this book. It had a good story to it. I liked the variety of characters in it. It was a well written book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melvyn John Homer

    Cracking the case Another page Turner in the DI Cross series. Full of twists and turns with a shock ending. Cant wait for the next

  30. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    Loved this book, a great follow up to the cyclist, though could be enjoyed as a stand alone. George Cross is quickly becoming one of my favourite detectives. Looking forward to book 3 in 2021.

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