Reviews: Steps to Heaven by Wendy Cartmell
Steps to Heaven is an absorbing story, with a well-constructed plot assembled on the foundations of a strong basic theme. The characters are believable and likeable and the backdrop to the story – the army garrison – provides an interesting glimpse of life in the forces. Producers of television shows are always looking for new detective characters and I imagine that the army investigator, Sgt Major Crane, would be right up their street. I heartily recommend Steps To Heaven to fans of crime thrillers, police procedurals and whodunnits.
About the author:
Wendy Cartmell has a BA (Hons) in English and Education, is a former teacher, PR manager and editor of a large corporate newspaper. She recently turned her hand to crime writing resulting in a new crime series featuring Sgt Major Crane of the Special Investigations Branch, drawing on her husband’s 22 years service in the British Army.
www.e-thriller.com is the leading reviewer of e-thrillers from major publishers and independents. Each month they have dozens of submissions for review from the largest publishers around the world – and just as many from independent publishers and authors. Each of their review panel selects a number of books to read and then puts forward the very best as their Book Of The Month. Thrillers of the month for January 2013 are Close to the Bone by Stuart MacBride, published by Harper Collins. The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood, published by Simon & Schuster and Steps to Heaven by Wendy Cartmell, published by Costa Press.