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review Steps to Heaven Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Steps to Heaven internationally acclaimed British thriller Sgt Major Crane and his team from the SIB investigate the case of a yo I paid for a download of Steps to Heaven after reading an author interviewI like police procedural stories and Wendy Cartmell s had the bonus of military police too The interaction between the civil and military was interesting The settings were well described as were most of the charactersUnfortunately the story had few surprises for me and I didn t like the protagonist who seemed borderline bipolar He rarely just spoke to anyone he shouted and stomped was sarcastic and couldn t sit still He was unreasonably irritated by anything that didn t seem to go his way Maybe this is something that will be developed in future books this is the first of a seriesThat Wendy Cartmell wrote the story in present tense would have been okay if there hadn t been slip ups and sentences with both present and past tense A copy editor would have been helpful to catch this and to correct the absence of commas Oh by the way Crane and many others the misspelled words waives should have been waves and others and awkward phrases sualling showers the syntaxes in his brain start to pop and othersI always try to take off my editor hat when reading but some of these problems distracted me from the story Nonetheless with a fast pace and plenty of action Steps of Heaven is an energetic beginning for a new mystery writer Bracebridge Hall reading an author interviewI like police procedural stories and Wendy Cartmell s had the bonus of military police too The interaction between the civil and military was interesting The settings were well described as were most of the charactersUnfortunately the story had few surprises for me and I didn t like the protagonist who seemed borderline bipolar He My Guinea Pig (My Pet Series) rarely just spoke to anyone he shouted and stomped was sarcastic and couldn t sit still He was unreasonably irritated by anything that didn t seem to go his way Maybe this is something that will be developed in future books this is the first of a seriesThat Wendy Cartmell wrote the story in present tense would have been okay if there hadn t been slip ups and sentences with both present and past tense A copy editor would have been helpful to catch this and to correct the absence of commas Oh by the way Crane and many others the misspelled words waives should have been waves and others and awkward phrases sualling showers the syntaxes in his brain start to pop and othersI always try to take off my editor hat when Hypoxia: Man at Altitude reading but some of these problems distracted me from the story Nonetheless with a fast pace and plenty of action Steps of Heaven is an energetic beginning for a new mystery writer

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review Steps to Heaven Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ung soldier who murders his wife and six year old son and then commits suicide after recently returning from Afghanistan As Crane I m so glad I looked at this book I saw it on twitter and thought the idea was original so read the blurb and decided to give it a try I was gripped all the way through Part of this was the familiarity of the services background I was brought up on RAF bases but that was a small part of my reason for enjoying the book It s written in a no nonsense style which is none the less descriptive enough to set the various scenes and portray the characters well At first I found the use of the present tense strange for the genre but i soon adapted and found myself caught up in the storyline and the twists and turns of the plot A thoroughly enjoyable piece of writing with a tough but sensitive hero and a wealth of depth and excitement I m thrilled it s part of a series


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    review æ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Wendy Cartmell EBOOK DOWNLOAD Steps to Heaven The story concerns Sergeant Major Crane a Special Investigations Branch Detective in the British Army and follows both the Major's private and working life Crane is on the case of a soldier who after having returned from Afghanistan murders both his young son and wife Several similar murders of soldiers and their families occur so

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  • Steps to Heaven
  • Wendy Cartmell
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  • 23 January 2020
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