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WOW! What a start to a new series!!

Those who know me well will know I’m a massive fan of LJ Ross and her DCI Ryan Mysteries. I was SO excited when I discovered there was going to be a new series featuring forensic psychologist Alexander Gregory and I couldn’t wait to read it. It will be released on 31st October and you are in for a real treat!

A quiet town, with a close-knit community, in Ireland is shocked by the devastating death of a young mother. She has lost her life at the hands of another and it’s clear her murder has been planned and meticulously executed. This was no random act of violence.

Alexander Gregory’s help is requested as a profiler and although reluctant he decides to assist in any way he can. Nothing could prepare him for what he was about to become involved in, but his expertise proves to be crucial in finding this killer.

Nothing could prepare me for that ending! SO clever!

I loved the characters in this book, some very complex. I loved learning more about Gregory. I loved the setting, the whole everyone knowing everyone’s business (or thinking they do) aspect of a small town. The disbelief that one of their own could be capable of such horrific crimes is very believable. There is such depth to the characters that LJ Ross writes so they very easily seem like real people to me. The plot and twists throughout the story are genius, but the characters really make it for me. Once again, I was instantly drawn in and invested in their stories.

This is another book which commanded my attention from the very first to the very last page and I will have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone. I can’t wait for book 2!

A big thank you to LJ Ross for my review copy.

Pre-order now…..


happy reading 🙂


8 thoughts on “Imposter by L J Ross @LJRoss_author #BookReview

      1. I’ve been trying to find someone else who has read this book as I have. I feel as if I’m missing something. There was a priest who also fit the profile, and he had revealed that his mother lived there in the little town but that she did not know he was her son. I don’t see that the author ever came back to that and I’ve either missed something, or she left that detail hanging. I had wanted to find out who the priest’s mother was. Do you know?

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