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Murder Mile follows the cases of three women who may or may not be connected and the suspect cannot be found. With the rubbish also piling up because of a worker strike things get harder for the detectives as rats and other animals contaminate scenes.
One thing that should be remembered while reading this book is that it is set in 1979 which is why some procedures are different. Because of these differences, I did find myself getting frustrated with Jane and several of the other characters at times. This didn’t take away from my enjoyment of the book, but it did have me frustrated at times because certain words were being said and used.
Overall I enjoyed this story. I liked Jane and how she handled most things. The story was very fast-paced and had me guessing as to who the killer was all the time.
One thing I did enjoy about this story is that not only was it about the murders but we also got to see some of the detectives and Jane’s personal lives to a certain extent which made there takes on the case and why they thought certain things very interesting.
I’m now wanting to go back and start the series from the beginning and learn how Jane became one of the only female detectives on the team because I have a feeling it was a wild ride if this book was anything to go by.