Book Review: ‘A Killing Of Innocents: Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James Novel’ By Deborah Crombie

The 19th novel in the series is another winner. Sasha Johnson, who is training to become a doctor, is stabbed as she walks across Russell Square, and Duncan Kincaid is in charge of the case. This also brings Gemma into the action, as she’s been out of work, staying home and taking care of the kids. As Duncan and his crew investigate, things don’t add up. Why would someone want to kill Sasha? And then another member of the same hospital staff is killed in the same way. The potential list of suspects start to add up, until an innocent person figures it out, but it may be too late to save this person. On the home front, Duncan and Gemma will have some decisions to make about their family, and Gemma going back to work. Fans of the series will be thrilled with this newest novel.

You can pick up A Killing Of Innocents in stores on Tuesday, February 7th from William Morrow.

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