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Reilly Steel is back in the second book in the series, but the first one that I have read She is called to a crime scene where a man is found dead in the septic tank in his back garden, starts off the way it continues with the whole book My first reading from this married couple Casey Hill.It s like reading 2 3 episodes of CSI, with some gruesome reading, with the added relationships.This book keeps at a fast pace, as you get to know the characters alongside Reilly Steel, heart pounding stuff Reilly Steel is back in the second book in the series, but the first one that I have read She is called to a crime scene where a man is found dead in the septic tank in his back garden, starts off the way it continues with the whole book My first reading from this married couple Casey Hill.It s like reading 2 3 episodes of CSI, with some gruesome reading, with the added relationships.This book keeps at a fast pace, as you get to know the characters alongside Reilly Steel, heart pounding stuff as you need the last few chapters Another good read in the series The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis Dante Alighieri The ComedyI have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn t had the good fortune to come across previously Casey Hill s CSI Reilly Steel is an honestly strong female character No running around with guns or knives, kicking bad guy s behinds Instead, Reilly is smart, dedicated, and determined, willing to work until she finds The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis Dante Alighieri The ComedyI have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn t had the good fortune to come across previously Casey Hill s CSI Reilly Steel is an honestly strong female character No running around with guns or knives, kicking bad guy s behinds Instead, Reilly is smart, dedicated, and determined, willing to work until she finds the solution to the crimes she investigates And this crime is going to require all her dedication if she is going to be able to help detectives Chris Delaney and Pete Kennedy solve this convoluted crime It begins in a rather horrific manner The body of a well known, and well hated, journalist is found drowned in his own septic tank Then, asbodies pile up, all murdered in brutal and horrific ways, Dublin goes into a panic Who will The Punisher, as the papers are calling him, attack next I what brutal manner will they die One thing Reilly knows is that the murderer is absolutely meticulous Absolutely organized And something is so, so familiar about the scenes he so methodically designs But what is it Reilly is a great character A former California surfer girl and previous FBI ERT Evidence Response Team Team Leader out of the San Francisco office She has moved to Dublin, Ireland to bring the GFU, the Garda Forensic Unit, in Dublin, up to date on sorely outdated forensic procedures Of course, being American, and female at that, doesn t go over well with the previous GFU leader, but be that as it may, she holds her head up and does spectacular work, no matter the idiotic behavior of some of her coworkers She is the reason I will continue reading these stories she is multi layered and strong, and yet kind to everyone around her Lovely.The story is fast paced, wickedly clever, and a well researched police procedural Reilly is finally getting to know her colleagues, Delaney and Kennedy, and it is interesting to watch them begin to grow their relationships, both professionally and as possible friends It is a well rounded tale This is the second in the series technically, though there is a Volume 0 Crime Scene CSI Reilly Steel Prequel so technically it is the third I hope to find the time and money, of course to be able to read them all My only complaint The editing is terrible so be prepared Reilly Steel s mantra, Read the clues Decode the science Reveal the murderer is easier said than done Reilly, her GFU Dublin s version of CSI team, and detectives Christ Delaney and Pete Kennedy introduced in book one are mired in several grotesque murders with no clues and very limited scientific evidence The police hierarchy and the press are clamoring for answers Enter flamboyant Rueben Knight, a profiler imported from London, who sees that the crime scenes are similar to scenes fr Reilly Steel s mantra, Read the clues Decode the science Reveal the murderer is easier said than done Reilly, her GFU Dublin s version of CSI team, and detectives Christ Delaney and Pete Kennedy introduced in book one are mired in several grotesque murders with no clues and very limited scientific evidence The police hierarchy and the press are clamoring for answers Enter flamboyant Rueben Knight, a profiler imported from London, who sees that the crime scenes are similar to scenes from Dante s Inferno Bodies are piling up, who s next This is the second book in the series and includes enough details from the first one to make it stand alone But the personal details about Gorman Reilly s boss and Delaney give a deeper understanding of the personality and behavior of those two I m becoming quite fond of Reilly, Chris, Pete, and Lucy.No sexSome gruesome details about the crime scenes A good follow up to Taboo , with a creepy, smart killer, a seemingly unrelated series of shocking and brutal deaths, and some cool forensic stuff Reilly Steel is an interesting character who is smart and attractive but not perfect, and she refreshingly lacks the bitchy attitude a lot of writers seem to attribute to women working in or with the police she s tough but she doesn t feel the need to prove herself or bust the balls of the men around her instead she deals with the difficult ones A good follow up to Taboo , with a creepy, smart killer, a seemingly unrelated series of shocking and brutal deaths, and some cool forensic stuff Reilly Steel is an interesting character who is smart and attractive but not perfect, and she refreshingly lacks the bitchy attitude a lot of writers seem to attribute to women working in or with the police she s tough but she doesn t feel the need to prove herself or bust the balls of the men around her instead she deals with the difficult ones by either playing diplomat or teasing them Chris Delaney gets a lotpersonal development in this book, and we finally get to find out what it is that was causing him the tremors and pain in Taboo , as well as learning that he has some painful memories in his past Kennedy islikeable and less brusque than in Taboo it would seem Reilly and Chris have tamed him somewhat while still being amusingly gruff and grumpy The main reason I gave this book 4 stars not 5 is because I got bored of the authors going on about Reilly s sense of smell, which is particularly sensitive and which she uses to help her analyse crime scenes At one point, the phrase her trusty nose is actually used Um, I m sorry, but that sounds like something Enid Blyton might have said about Timmy the Dog in the Famous Five novels And several times there were references to Reilly s delicate nostrils or her delicate nose and it just seemed a bit silly It s a somewhat unusual specialty to attribute to an investigator, which gives it points, but the writers just overdo it and there are farreferences to Reilly and her SUPER DUPER TRUSTY NOSE than necessary.Also, the character of Reuben a profiler was rather overdone, he didn t seem to add all that much to the case, and while Reilly wasamused by him and found Chris s snapping at him somewhat unfair, I think this was largely because Reuben kept flirting with her and saying nice things while making fun of Chris and Kennedy I suspect had Reuben been, say, Rebecca and had constantly engaged in playful putdowns of Reilly while flirting unashamedly with Chris, she might have taken a rather different attitude But a good book overall, really deserving of 4 and a half stars, let down only by the smell thing and the unnecessary addition of Reuben.Looking forward to the next one in the series It would be nice if the next book delvedinto Pete Kennedy s personal life I liked reading his little asides about his wife Josie, who he evidently loves very much, and as the first book had a personal focus on Reilly, and this one on Chris, it would be nice to get a littlepersonal insight into Kennedy and see what kind of case might push his buttons especially, and maybe get glimpses of his personal life at home I ll also be interested to see how Chris deals with the particular thing he found out at the end of Torn , and what happens with him and Reilly the mutual attraction what if factor plays a part in Torn , continuing on from it s beginnings towards the end of Taboo Eventhough pretty straightforward crime solving, it is still good, especially how the persons involved were being killed Reilly Steel, Quantico trained forensic investigator working for the Garda Forensic Unit in Dublin, is very experienced at what she does and thinks she s seen it all But even she raises a few eye brows when she finds herself face to face with the remains of a journalist, found in his own sceptic tank where he has apparently been left to drown in his own shit The crime scene offers little or no clues for the investigation and a look at the journalist s personal and professional life by Detect Reilly Steel, Quantico trained forensic investigator working for the Garda Forensic Unit in Dublin, is very experienced at what she does and thinks she s seen it all But even she raises a few eye brows when she finds herself face to face with the remains of a journalist, found in his own sceptic tank where he has apparently been left to drown in his own shit The crime scene offers little or no clues for the investigation and a look at the journalist s personal and professional life by Detectives Chris Delaney and Pete Kennedy doesn t lead to a solid motive or suspect either.When Reilly and the two investigators are called to another obscure and horrible crime scene it is impossible not to link this second murder to the first one Except that the first one wasn t really first at all It turns out that an earlier, equally strange, murder of a retired Garda is also part of the mystery.But with no obvious links between the three victims and no forensic clues to speak of, the investigation isn t going anywhere fast The murderer obviously has an agenda and seems to be working his way towards a spectacular finale, but unless Reilly, the investigators and the irritating profiler who has been called in, can come up with a link between the victims and a motive for their murders they don t have a chance of identifying the perpetrator, never mind stopping him.Casey Hill, a partnership between Melissa Hill and her husband Kevin, has done it again The first Reilly Steel thriller Taboo was a great read and this bookthan lives up to the expectations set by its predecessor Filled with gruesome and disturbing murders, fascinating forensic detail as well as interesting main characters, this book is a real page turner I like the way we get to know each of the characters a little bit better in each book and how their personal lives tie in with the rest of the story.I could go on and on, but not without spoiling the book for those who haven t read it, so I won t I will say though that I hope the two Hills will keep their writing partnership going for a very long time Casey Hill, you are fantastic This may sound inappropriate but I LOVED how gruesome artistic even the murders in the 2nd installment of the Reilly Steel series is In fact, I enjoyed this bookthan the first This series just keep getting better The plot and theme that the Punisher the villain or the vigilante depending on your moral standing chose was extremely interesting It was definitely artful, to design the murders around Dante s INFERNO Hill s description as usual was amazing y Casey Hill, you are fantastic This may sound inappropriate but I LOVED how gruesome artistic even the murders in the 2nd installment of the Reilly Steel series is In fact, I enjoyed this bookthan the first This series just keep getting better The plot and theme that the Punisher the villain or the vigilante depending on your moral standing chose was extremely interesting It was definitely artful, to design the murders around Dante s INFERNO Hill s description as usual was amazing you can visualize the whole murder scene in your head clearly The suspense was stronger in this book too.Click here for full review Now Titled INFERNO The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis Dante Alighieri The Comedy I have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn t had the good fortune to come across previously Casey Hill s CSI Reilly Steel is an honestly strong female character No running around with guns or knives, kicking bad guy s behinds Instead, Reilly is smart, dedicated, and determined, willing to Now Titled INFERNO The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis Dante Alighieri The Comedy I have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn t had the good fortune to come across previously Casey Hill s CSI Reilly Steel is an honestly strong female character No running around with guns or knives, kicking bad guy s behinds Instead, Reilly is smart, dedicated, and determined, willing to work until she finds the solution to the crimes she investigates And this crime is going to require all her dedication if she is going to be able to help detectives Chris Delaney and Pete Kennedy solve this convoluted crime It begins in a rather horrific manner The body of a well known, and well hated, journalist is found drowned in his own septic tank Then, asbodies pile up, all murdered in brutal and horrific ways, Dublin goes into a panic Who will The Punisher, as the papers are calling him, attack next I what brutal manner will they die One thing Reilly knows is that the murderer is absolutely meticulous Absolutely organized And something is so, so familiar about the scenes he so methodically designs But what is it Reilly is a great character A former California surfer girl and previous FBI ERT Evidence Response Team Team Leader out of the San Francisco office She has moved to Dublin, Ireland to bring the GFU, the Garda Forensic Unit, in Dublin, up to date on sorely outdated forensic procedures Of course, being American, and female at that, doesn t go over well with the previous GFU leader, but be that as it may, she holds her head up and does spectacular work, no matter the idiotic behavior of some of her coworkers She is the reason I will continue reading these stories she is multi layered and strong, and yet kind to everyone around her Lovely The story is fast paced, wickedly clever, and a well researched police procedural Reilly is finally getting to know her colleagues, Delaney and Kennedy, and it is interesting to watch them begin to grow their relationships, both professionally and as possible friends It is a well rounded tale This is the second in the series technically, though there is a Volume 0 Crime Scene CSI Reilly Steel Prequel so technically it is the third I hope to find the time and money, of course to be able to read them all My only complaint The editing is terrible so be prepared ^READ KINDLE ☉ Inferno ⇝ Forensisch inspecteur Reilly Steels komt erachter dat haar deskundigheid niet genoeg is als een even zieke als intelligente moordenaar toeslaat in Dublin Zijn methoden zijn verbijsterend macaber Wat verbindt de slachtoffers met elkaar Hun lichamen weigeren de antwoorden te geven op deze vraag en de plaatsen delict zijn de nachtmerrie van iedere forensisch onderzoeker De frustratie bij de politie loopt hoog op als hun onderzoek dreigt vast te lopen en een derde slachtoffer wordt ontdekt Dan ontdekken ze volgens welk bizar patroon de moordenaar werkt Dante s Inferno Maar of ze op tijd zijn om het volgende slachtoffer te redden