Book Review – A Mersey Killing: When Liverpool Rocked and the Music Died

A Mersey Killing: When Liverpool Rocked, And The Music Died (Mersey Murder Mysteries, #1)

A Mersey Killing: When Liverpool Rocked, And The Music Died by Brian L. Porter

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Detective Inspector Andy Ross and Detective Sergeant Izzie Drake have been called to a scene where construction work uncovered skeletal remains. Finding out the remains are at least 30 years old, the detectives at the Merseyside Police Headquarters have a mystery to solve. But where do the detectives begin?

This is a great murder mystery story that will keep you guessing until the end. The story is engaging and well-paced. It takes the reader on a journey back to the 1960’s in Liverpool, England where up and coming rock and roll bands strive to make it big. And then to the 1990’s where detectives from the Merseyside Police try and solve a 30-year-old murder and the disappearance of a young woman.

I recommend this to anyone who likes mysteries, and even if you don’t, give it a try. It’s an intriguing read.




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