Who can you really trust?
Detective Inspector Denis Hamilton is dragged into a gruesome murder investigation, while on annual leave at Lake Windermere. A handwritten note, with a woman’s name, is found inside the corpse.
When a direct link to London is identified, Hamilton must race against the clock to make the connection before the body count rises.
Meanwhile, four friends with strained relationships, are reunited. What past event do they want to keep buried and is there something linking them to the murders?
Then, when a person from Hamilton’s past returns, he must ask himself: how well do we really know our friends?
Secrets always lead to trouble…
Deadly Friendship is book three in the DI Hamilton series and I am loving this series. This story had me intrigued and hooked just from the prologue. It is safe to say that I devoured this book! I enjoyed every minute of this book and it was lovely to be back with DI Hamilton and his team. Deadly Friendship does read well as a standalone but if you’re like me you’ll probably want to read the series in order anyway. This story is easy to read, written brilliantly and fast paced. I couldn’t put it down. It held my attention till the very last page. I did not figure out the plot at all and did not expect the outcome. WOW. I would highly recommend this story to you all if you haven’t read it already. This series is one to keep your eye on. Brilliant. A well deserved five stars from me, I can’t wait to see what lies ahead for Hamilton and his team in this series.