To Dwell in Darkness
William Morrow, 2014 (2014)
Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Reviewed by Bob Walch
etective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid has a new assignment. He's been transferred from Scotland Yard to head a new murder investigation team out of Holborn Police Station. For his first assignment Kincaid is assigned a lethal bombing at St. Pancras International Station.
he dead man was part of a protest group and supposedly he was only carrying a smoke bomb, although the evidence suggests otherwise. The disappearance of a bystander complicates the investigation and makes a puzzling death even more difficult to sort out.
esides trying to get to the bottom of what happened at the train station, Kincaid also wonders why he was transferred from headquarters. The more he wonders about his former bosses' motives, the more the police detective begins to question the decision and wonder if he has followed the right career path.
hose who have followed this series have see the central character handle some difficult professional and personal challenges, but this situation may turn out to be the most trying of all of them.
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