Series: Mike O'Shea Crime Fiction #1.5
Also by this author: 10-33 Assist PC, Death Before Coffee, Man At The Door
“Amore mio, Mikey,” Julia whispered. “He’s dead.” A cop is shot. A mother loses her son. A city is in mourning.What does that look like from the inside?The Funeral, a stand-alone novella or the epilogue to 10-33 Assist PC, brings us into the intimate world of those most closely affected in the days following the loss of one of their own. Written by a Real Detective, The Funeral walks us through to the end of watch in this poignant finale to a heroic life cut short in the line of duty. Real Detective. Real Crime. Fiction
✮ My Review ✮
I had to read this novella before I picked up Death before Coffee because I could not get over the events from the first book and I thought I would get some closure by reading this…..WRONG!
I can not talk about the story itself because it would ruin it for anyone who has not read any of the books in this series if you have not read them…please, I urge you to do so. You are seriously missing out on something special here!
Mr Ryan is a retired Detective and he knows his stuff. In this book
This was the perfect side ending to 10-33 Assist PC as it closed one storyline off completely. Whilst it is part of Mike’s story, this novella delves into the background workings of police funeral, from how the procession is going to go, the uniforms the force wears. It shows you how there are people there to try and arrange a funeral but then
I am so happy I have discovered Mr Ryan and his musings and that I have had the chance to get to know him over the last few months. Also, if you haven’t already do check out his videos on Twitter as he gives you more of insight to him and his writing! Roll on Book three in October!!
Until next time xxx
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