Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Keeper’s Lodge by Tracy Martin-Summers. Thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources for the opportunity. Read on for more info and my review.
‘Picture postcard’ were the words Detective Sergeant Mike Brugge chose to describe Keeper’s Lodge when they first set eyes on the stunning Scandinavian -style retreat, nestling proudly in the mountains.
They were investigating the disappearance of Rachel Blossom, a psychiatric patient with severe mental health issues. Rachel had vanished and was now classed as a missing person.
The lodge in its idyllic setting, appeared to be her last known place of residence which, according to the website portrayal, was providing the final steps towards independent living.
How was it that she had completely slipped off the grid without a trace? Had her multi personality disorder outwitted the medical profession into thinking she was of sound mind, was it just a series of blunders by the nursing team, or was there something more sinister going on?
Follow Detective Sergeant Mike Brugge, Detective Sergeant Paul Osman and Detective Constable Mel Brugge, as they delve deep into the underworld of Keeper’s Lodge.
Keeper’s Lodge by Tracy Martin-Summers is the excellent conclusion of this trilogy. I’ve loved each book and when the tour invite for this one showed up in my ail, I was excited to join in. This can be read as a standalone, however, the trilogy is so good, I recommend reading them in order!
Tracy Martin-Summers is an excellent writer. The story draws the reader in from the beginning and keeps them invested until the end. This is one of those books that will have you saying, “one more chapter,” until you get to the end.
Twists, turns, red herrings…this one has all the makings for an addictive thriller. I really enjoyed this. I’m sad the trilogy is over but will be looking forward to more from this author.
Don’t miss out on this one!
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Tracy was born in Harrow Weald, Middlesex in 1964, growing up in a loving family home. She married her first husband in 1990, has two grown up children and a granddaughter.
She studied a variety of topics via module learning, embarking on City and Guilds and NVQ courses, ranging from a brief spell in hairdressing to administration and now works for a utility company in North West London.
Tracy has numerous hobbies consisting of landscape painting to landscape gardening and always likes to paint the scene, even if it’s changing the colour scheme, yet again, within her home.
Tracy has always enjoyed writing and used to write short stories for her own children’s amusement but it has only been in the last few years that she has taken this more seriously and has gone on to write her first debut crime detective Novel called Gordon Square.
Tracy Married her second husband in 2014 and now lives in Bedfordshire in a sleepy hamlet where she writes whenever she gets a spare moment.
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