Feb 21, 2020
With Courage With Fear
Posted by A.D. Davies

Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend perky, insubordinate, utterly brilliant Since returning from assignment in America, Alicia Friend has been grounded at a desk, her new boss at the elite Serious Crime Agency unwilling to risk her in the field But when her former partner, newly promoted Detective Chief Inspector Murphy requests her input, the SCA cannot refuse It only i Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend perky, insubordinate, utterly brilliant Since returning from assignment in America, Alicia Friend has been grounded at a desk, her new boss at the elite Serious Crime Agency unwilling to risk her in the field But when her former partner, newly promoted Detective Chief Inspector Murphy requests her input, the SCA cannot refuse It only involves interviewing a young terror suspect, after all What can go wrong But Alicia backs Murphy s suspicion and links the crime to a seemingly unconnected incident Then a third attack occurs, and there is no denying it someone is coordinating these vicious incidents, and the endgame is building Back in full flow, the sometimes annoyingly perky detective summons all her brain power to push the investigation toward a seemingly benign cult of rehabilitated violent offenders, hindered at every turn by the group s lawyer, by the detective seeking to replace her, and by a hierarchy as interested in politics as they are in catching the killer With Courage With Fear sees DS Alicia Friend face her most devious serial killer yet one who may be even smarter than her The Alicia Friend SeriesTo follow Alicia s journey through the dark world of murder, it is encouraged to read all the novels, but each books main plot is self contained, so reading order is not 100% necessary 1 His First His Second2 In Black In White3 With Courage With Fear Note all Alicia Friend novels contain violence and many of the less severe swear words Author Questions Q Alicia Friend is kind of an oddball, isn t she A I d say she s unique She knows who she wants to be and she doesn t compromise Most police officers she meets are dour and grumpy, and she sees how that impacts their personal lives She doesn t want to be like that so radiates the sort of perkiness that sometimes grates on her fellow officers But it s who she is That said, With Courage With Fear picks up with her in a down place Down for Alicia, anyway Q So who is your ideal reader A Fans of serial killer books in general If you like James Patterson or Steven James, Mark Billingham or Ian Rankin, Alicia Friend s series could be worth checking out Q What levels of violence and bad language are there A Some of the violence is quite graphic, With Courage With Fear in particular has some distressing moments, but the language goes as strong as references to one s posterior and some faecal synonyms, if you get my meaning No F or C words, as I don t think Alicia s audience appreciates that Q Unlike your other series A No, my Adam Park private detective series starting with The Dead and the Missing is very popular, but it somewhat darker, with harsher language My UK stand alone Three Years Dead is even grittier.

  • Title: With Courage With Fear
  • Author: A.D. Davies
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  • Page: 244
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With Courage With Fear Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend perky insubordinate utterly brilliant Since returning from assignment in America Alicia Friend has been grounded at a desk her new boss at the elite Serious Crime

    Linda

    I love the quirkiness of Alicia Friend She is a different kind of detective and now she is very pregnant and is having a terrible time with her new supervisor, Janine Paulson But, DCI Murphy is still with her and together they manage to get to the solution alluding the others on the task force Alicia still visits her baby s father, Richard, the serial killer who she spent time with in the first book and managed to get pregnant before she found out he was in fact a serial killer His daughter, Kat [...]



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