The Dart Murders

This wasn’t a gruesome bloody murder book; it was a true mystery solve-the-case type of book. It challenges your own intellectual capacity in the psychological sense. Every part of the book gives you another clue and brings you closer to figuring out for yourself who the killer is. In that way, it seems that the author, James Kipling, intended to create an indirectly interactive book.

For anyone interested in British detective murder mysteries, The Dart Murders is a great choice. It’s well-written and there’s a lot of sophisticated banter to keep you on your toes. Discovering the killer was an incredible shock and thrill. I genuinely had a lot of fun reading The Dart Murders.