Time to Die is a detective story with a paranormal aspect to it.
Frank was my favourite character in Don’t Turn Around. I was fascinated by him. So I was curious what intriguing character may feature in Time to Die. Needless to say, I was really pleased when I started to read about Bert, as he helped to feed my curiosity in a similar way to Frank in the previous novel.
The Raven, a tarot card reader who has the ability to know the pasts of those he is doing the reading for, and more frighteningly, can predict their deaths, is a somewhat creepy villain. I loved the whole tarot cards aspect of the storyline, and was engrossed in the parts of the book that told the story of his past, and how he came to be the way he is.
I wouldn’t say I found this book scary. However, I do read some rather dark horrors, and I openly admit to police procedural crime books not being one of my favourite genres. Having said that, this was still an enjoyable read with interesting characters.
Although Time to Die is part of a series this can easily be read as a standalone novel.
I would like to thank the publisher, Bookouture for allowing me a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.