The Girl In The Ice (2022)

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  • Author: Robert Bryndza
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  1. I had plans today I was going to do some Stuffd thangs But then I started this book.We had hotdogs for dinner and they were dang lucky to get them I did not want to put this sucker down A young, rich social type girl is found under the ice in the water in South London s less fortunate section She has been brutally murdered and Daddy is having a fit wanting some one to pay They call in Detective Erika Foster to lead the investigation, but every time she starts to find out something her hands get [...]

  2. I would like to thank Netgalley and author Robert Bryndza for my copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.I cannot stop gushing about this one This is the debut in a new police procedural series starring DCI Erika Foster and once again I have found a brand new strong, female detective to love I would compare this to the likes of S.J Bolton s Lacey Flint series and Angela Marsons DI Kim Stone If you have enjoyed either of these series I HIGHLY recommend taking this up you won t be sorry We a [...]

  3. I m going to have to go against the majority on this one, i m not a fan.DCI Erika Foster an individual recovering from serious trauma, who probably shouldn t be at work and certainly shouldn t be a lead investigator, spends the entire book snapping at people or being physically violent, makes the most ridiculous choices, e.g investigating places alone Repeatedly Surprise, surprise she gets attacked by the killer A strong female character is not made by simply having an attitude problem Most of t [...]

  4. 99 cents on kindle right now First off, I think the cover of the book is amazing It s what brought me to the book in the first place The girl in the ice was named Andrea Douglas Brown She was the daughter of a multi millionaire, Lord Douglas Brown So that right there made this case very sensitive as we have to bow down to the rich He also owned a business called SamTech that made GPS and software for the government so there you go Andrea had a brother and sister, Linda and David as well as her m [...]

  5. 4.5 starsI wish to thank Net Galley, Bookouture, and Robert Bryndza for an ARC of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.Robert Bryndza writes chick lit SAY WHAT I was paralyzed with confusion when I went to check out other books written by this author Are there two Robert Bryndzas No Because the Robert Bryndza who wrote this magnificent police procedural is a terrific thriller writer Turns out both these Robert Bryndzas are one and the same, which to me is pretty mind blowing The Girl in [...]

  6. Oh 2016 is looking SO darn good for books I am so excited about those that I have read already Who is with me on that one So, I had heard the fuss about this book, no way could I miss out on the action so it landed in my hands and off I went, into the world of wordsThe books is brilliantly paced from the start, we kick off with some dramatic scenes which I love in a book, it makes it interesting from the start A girl under the ice Her face looking through what looks like thick glass, life draine [...]

  7. I received The Girl in The Ice through NetGalley and Bookouture for an honest review My sincere thanks to them for the opportunity Thank you to Robert Bryndza for such a stellar book.WoWzers This was an exceptional mystery thriller that has lived up to all the hype preceding it I ve had my eye on it and haven t been able to take that same eye off of it until I finished the final page.We are introduced to DCI Erika Foster who has been called in to investigate the death of Andrea Douglas Brown in [...]

  8. 3.5 Erika Foster is a brash, no nonsense Detective chief inspector assigned to a high profile murder case of a young woman found in a frozen pond With road blocks constantly in her way from the victims socialite family, government officials, and eventually her boss Superintendent Marsh, Erika forges ahead knowing her future and career are on the line Rob Bryndza has written a suspenseful, chilling book as Foster starts to uncover secrets and cover ups, eventually placing her in the cross hairs o [...]

  9. I enjoyed this book and will be anxiously awaiting the arrival of his next book with Erika Foster I really enjoyed her as a strong leading lady Definitely a force to reckon with Just when I thought this book was wrapping up the plot twists and takes me down another path.

  10. 4.5 starsReceived from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Wowjust WowHonestly, I can tell you that this book is FANTASTIC This book really took me by Surprise From the very beginning, when a woman is walking alone and a car pulls up beside her, I was hooked This book had a great build up from beginning to the end I thought the pace of this book was perfect Nothing felt rushed I really dislike when I read a book and it is great and then the ending comes out of left field There is no disap [...]

  11. Copy furnished by Net Galley in exchange for a review The prologue grabbed me right by the goozle and I would have loved to have read the book straight through Life didn t allow for that this time, but the pacing was fantastic nevertheless Detective Inspector Erika Foster is a longtime veteran of rape and murder cases She goes with her gut and she is not afraid to call bullshit when it is merited Good strong character, trying to come to grips with the loss of her husband in an investigation gone [...]

  12. Sister Read Review by Norma BrendaMy sister, Brenda and I decided to read THE GIRL IN THE ICE at the same time so we could chat about it and get each others input We both have really similar tastes and thoughts about books so you will probably notice a little bit of both of us in this review The Girl In The Ice is a gripping and suspenseful story that grabbed my attention from the very first few pages The plot was extremely well executed which slowly reveals layers of clues that draws you into t [...]

  13. This may just become one of my favourite reads of the year because I was THAT impressed with Robert Bryndza s work Now, DCI Sparks, you are in danger of contaminating the crime scene If you wish to continue to observe, I ll ask that you follow proper procedure, suit up and shut up Yaassssss You tell him I studied Forensics at uni, so naturally I m observant about these things As much as I love watching crime shows, they aren t very realistic I just sit there thinking why aren t the detectives i [...]

  14. I ve rediscovered British crime writers And so glad I did, especially after reading the awesome debut novel, The Girl In The Ice, the 1st book in DCI Erika Foster Series by Robert Bryndza, an author unknown to me but not for long What a great start to the series The author has created an amazing cast of characters that are real and totally believable.DCI Erika Foster, the main protagonist reminded me in some way of DCI Jane Tennison from Lynda La Plante s Prime Suspect Series At first, Erika For [...]

  15. 4.5 STARS Leaden skies and snowbound icy streets, set the sombre mood needed, for this excellent police procedural I was gripped from the first page, when socialite Andrea Douglas Brown, is abducted, beaten to death, and dumped in a pond, in a South London park DCI Erika Foster is called in to lead the investigation Erika s last case resulted in the death of her husband a fellow police officer and four of their colleagues She is somewhat nervous initially, but soon takes the lead, and isn t afra [...]

  16. Loved this A fantastic debut police procedural by author Robert Bryndza.I started this book and was hooked immediately If I hadn t had a week from he , I would have finished this a lot sooner I snuck in reading time whenever I was able, and when I couldn t, this story played in my head.Andrea, the socialite daughter of a high profile family turns up dead as the result of foul play As Detective Ericka Foster gets her feet back under her after a personal tragedy, she is thrown into the investigati [...]

  17. 4.5 StarsBookoture have released some of my absolute favourite books over the past year They really hit the mark when they picked the authors to publish lately Kathryn Croft and Angela Marsons are two great ones, and I m so pleased to add Robert Bryndza to the list Fantastic book The Girl In the Ice is the first of what will be the DCI Erika Foster series Erika is a Detective Inspector who comes back to work after time off following a fumbled drug raid, where her police officer husband was kille [...]

  18. This is the first book in a new crime series by Robert Bryndza featuring DCI Erika Foster I believe the author has agreed to write a three books in this series and if the other two are anything like this one, then I can t wait to read them.I find it hard to believe that the author usually writes romantic comedies and this is in fact his first crime novel I can t vouch for the other genre but this book was an excellent read and I couldn t read it quick enough in an attempt to find out what was go [...]

  19. This was a great little book, one I m glad to have stumbled across Erika our detective is crumbling, her personal life is a mess does she have one at all her husband Mark was killed at work which just happened to be one of her cases life at work is not much better Her first job back after trying to recover from this is just not going well, iniitially Erika is not even able to hold together an initial interview with the parents of a young murdered socialite Erika knows she can do it, she s smarte [...]

  20. 4.5 starsI think this may be my new favorite series I love Erika Foster How could I not, with this description of her Erika has never quite mastered how to talk to children Rapists and murderers she could deal with, but children she found a little intimidating This is a fast paced mystery Well written, with interesting characters Erika has a nice blend of strength and foibles She lost her husband, a fellow policeman, in a shootout She s back in her first job since and still raw She s learning th [...]

  21. The Girl In The Ice Detective Erika Foster, 1 by Robert Bryndza started out really good I think it worked too hard for the detective s boss to oppose her constantly They were suppose to be solving a murder but the boss seemed determined to not let her do her job, seemed way over the top It was a good story but could have been shorter I would ve liked it better a bit condensed Loved the cover, that is what made me pick the book up Narration was excellent.

  22. In his new series, Robert Bryndza introduces readers to DCI Erika Foster, a passionate cop with a sordid past of her own After the body of Andrea Douglas Brown turns up, encased in ice and floating in the frigid January water, South London police turn their Missing Persons alert to a full fledged homicide case DCI Erika Foster arrives to join the homicide team, having been seconded from Manchester after a less than honourable experience with the local constabulary While Foster brings much to the [...]

  23. I wish to express a big Thank you to the author, Robert Bryndza, NetGalley and Bookouture for the Arc of THE GIRL IN THE ICE in exchange for an honest and unbiased review What a marvelous debut police procedural, coming from my favourite publisher, Bookouture A real winner for 2016 I was gripped right from the beginning of the novel, and would have finished this book sooner had it not been for personal issues and surgery that delayed my finish date Her body was found frozen in the ice that she d [...]

  24. Very very good book Great characters with depth and you cared about what they feeling and doing Many twists and turns, the 2nd half of the book had non stop action and suspense It really had me on the edge of my seat and I couldn t put the book down until I found out how this story would end Great storyline and very well written I highlyrecommend this detective crime book I will certainly read books by this author.

  25. Thank you to Net Galley, the publishers and the author for an advanced copy for a honest review.Her eyes are wide open Her lips parted as if to speak Her dead body frozen in the ice She is not the only one When a young boy discovers the body of a woman beneath a thick sheet of ice in a South London park, Detective Erika Foster is called in to lead the murder investigation The victim, a beautiful young socialite, appeared to have the perfect life Yet when Erika begins to dig deeper, she starts to [...]

  26. What a perfect way to kick off my favourite time of the year Did you know that if you shut off the lights and say pumpkin spice latte three times a white girl wearing Ugg boots and yoga pants will appear behind you and tell you all of her favourite things about fall But seriously, while you won t find me drinking pumpkin spice anything, I do love this time of year And as far as I m concerned, Halloween is a month long horror holiday and it gives me life I will be watching every Halloween and Fri [...]

  27. This was an enjoyable book I wasn t able to read much of it at any one sitting, which is my usual m.o.Erika Foster is brought in to solve the murder of the daughter of a rich, powerful man The family has direct lines to the higher levels of the police department Erika is hampered by politics within the department Every time the upper muckity mucks came down hard on Erika, my personal fairness meter went into the red zone.The book was well written and flowed well, but I didn t really get any deep [...]

  28. My sister Norma and I read The Girl in the Ice at the same time so we could share our thoughts on it You might notice our reviews have some similar thoughts The Girl In The Ice is an engaging and suspenseful story that had me hooked right from the Prologue I found DCI Erika Foster to be a believable, strong and sympathetic character I like how the action starts right away and the danger increases as the clock is ticking I liked how DCI Erika Foster s backstory caused conflict and motivated her t [...]

  29. This was good At first I thought we had another stereotypically flawed cop who was supposed to be brilliant and yet floundered around from one mistake to another For the first half of the story this was what happened but eventually, when said cop s back was against the wall, she pulled herself together and started acting like the talented DCI she was supposed to be.From that point on the book became totally gripping, eventuating in an ending which was a total surprise to me The author was pretty [...]

  30. 4 1 2 stars for this gripping read It had me hooked in the first few pages and had me up reading at 3.30 am.The writing is descriptive, enthralling, tense.The plot is tight and captivating.The characters are well fleshed out with strengths and weaknesses as we all have.When a young boy discovers the body of a woman beneath a thick sheet of ice in a South London park, Detective Erika Foster is called in to lead the murder investigation Recently returned to active duty following an operation that [...]

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