Monday, 11 January 2016

Russell Cruse

This story is one that grips you. The chat between the characters is funny too. Great stuff.

Head Count

My review - 

A girl dies on a school skiing trip and teacher David Benedict has to cope with the nightmare. Over a short time, two other children from the same school appear to have committed suicide. Local journalist Bec Daley investigates. There's a large cast of teachers, some with considerable problems of their own and, of course, the police become involved. Bec and David begin their own investigations after yet another pupil dies in a suspicious motoring accident.

I found the whole idea interesting and as the story progressed, it became very exciting, especially when Bec and David take a holiday back in the area where the original death occurred. There are several threads in the story and several twists kicked in as I read. I particularly enjoyed the banter between the characters and the author's humorous observations. I found this book very enjoyable indeed.

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