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Perfect Remains: A shocking edge-of-your-seat thriller! (A DI Callanach Thriller)
Perfect Remains: A shocking edge-of-your-seat thriller! (A DI Callanach Thriller) | Helen Fields
Must read! Closer I love, love, LOVE Perfect Remains! Reader review A superb debut! Reader review
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mmk5239
Perfect Remains | Helen Fields
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Started the book on the plane and I don‘t want to put it down!

April5 This looks good! 6mo
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Gizmo86
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Loved this book. Not just because my gorgeous 🐻 picked it but because it's set in Edinburgh and the amazing storyline. The characters were well thought out and I could empathise well with them. Read this book it's amazing!

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Gizmo86
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So enjoying this book. Especially as it's set in Edinburgh- a place we know so well and love so much 🏰📚🤓

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Sassy_Steph
Perfect Remains | Helen Fields

Put this one on hold for now

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The first in what I think will become one of my favourite series of crime/police books! Set in Edinburgh it follows the story of French/Scottish DI Callanach as he tries to prove himself in his new team. Very much sets the scene and builds the characters and their relationships and I look forward to seeing what happens to them in coming books. Really enjoyed the story and can‘t wait to read more in this series.

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The characters in this story are well-developed and (mostly) behave in a realistic manner. The killer is super psychotic, which is my favorite kind of fictional killer. The only thing that bothered me is that about halfway through, this book suddenly takes an unexpected turn that's pretty much an extremely anti-Catholicism rant. It wasn't necessary to the plot of the story and did nothing more than just distract from the main plot.

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Jprglisa
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I loved the balance between the criminal and the police in this procedural. I thought it was well balanced and the clues were easier to follow. Read my 5-star review of Perfect Remains by Helen Sarah Fields
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2349515335

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Quippe
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Helen Fields's debut crime thriller (the first in a series) is a well-paced if disturbingly violent and gruesome affair with a convincingly chilling antagonist and a refreshingly normal female lead character, but it's let down by some stilted dialogue, a main character with a background I struggled to believe, an overblown ending and an obvious push for eventual romance between the two leads, which I don't think added much.