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Into the Night After the shocking murder of a high profile celebrity, Gemma Woodstock must pull back the layers of a gilded cage to discover who among the victim s friends and family can be trusted and who may be the killer Troubled and brilliant, Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock finds herself lost and alone after a recent move to Melbourne, brokenhearted by the decisions she s had to make Her new workplace is a minefield and Detective Sergeant Nick Fleet, the partner she has been assigned, is uncommunicative and often hostile When a homeless man is murdered and Gemma is put on the case, she can t help feeling a connection with the victim and his lonely, isolated existence Then Sterling Wade, an up and coming actor filming his breakout performance in a closed off city street, is murdered in the middle of an action packed shot, and Gemma and Nick have to put aside their differences to unravel the mysteries surrounding the actor s life and death Who could commit such a brazen crime Who stands to profit from it Far too many people, and none of them can be trusted Gemma can t imagine a pair of victims with less in common and yet as Gemma and Fleet soon learn, both men were keeping secrets that may have led to their deaths With riveting suspense, razor sharp writing, and a fascinating cast of characters, INTO THE NIGHT proves Sarah Bailey is a major new talent to watch in the world of literary crime fiction


10 thoughts on “Into the Night

  1. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4 starsThis book moved slowly in the first half It shows a great deal of information about the endless hours a team of police officers put into a high profile murder case A very popular movie star has been murdered while filming a movie scene DS Gemma Woodstock of the Melbourne, Victoria, Australia police and her partner, DS Nick Fleet, are leading a team of offi


  2. says:

    Despite loving Dark Lake the first Detective Gemma Woodstock in the series and being thrown straight into a murder at the start of this book, I found it overall to be slow, and rather repetitive When a homeless man Walter Miller is found brutally murdered for no apparent reason, Senior Detective Gemma Woodstock is tasked with finding his killer However a second, similar murder of up and


  3. says:

    Into the Night is an excellent follow up to Sarah Bailey s wonderful debut, The Dark Lake Her protagonist, DS Gemma Woodstock has moved from small town Victoria to Melbourne to make a fresh start However, she is finding it difficult to fit in with her new partner and boss and badly misses her son Ben who she left with his father When a homeless man is stabbed to death for no apparent reason,


  4. says:

    starsI noted in October of last year that I was keen to hear from Sarah Bailey, the author of The Dark Lake, very soon It seems my wish has been granted and less than a year later we have a second novel from Bailey Into the Night is the impressive follow up to Bailey s debut novel If you are a fan of quintessential Australian crime fiction, you must read Into the Night and its predecessor, The Dark


  5. says:

    Into The Night, the second novel in the Detective Gemma Woodstock series, was just as enthralling as The Dark Lake and certainly exceeded all of my expectations As references are made to past cases, I would recommend reading the previous book before this one otherwise, it could become quite frustrating Main character and protagonist Gemma comes across as quite cold and unlikeable, but it is clear she is


  6. says:

    So strong was Sarah Bailey s first novel, The Dark Lake, that I wasthan happy to have another outing with DS Gemma Woodstock just a month or so later And Into the Night didn t disappoint.Where the first book was all small town heat, this one is big city chill, as Gemma s new home Melbourne shivers through winter Gemma has left her family behind in Smithson and moved to the city for a change a change in work an


  7. says:

    Wow I love this series and Gemma Woodstock is such a great character This one had me thinking everyone was the killer.


  8. says:

    Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock is working in Melbourne now, trying to negotiate relationships with her new boss, Chief Inspector Toby Isaacs, and her partner, Detective Sergeant Fleet She has been in Melbourne for three months this has meant leaving behind her five year old son, Ben, and his father, Scott She s keeping busy with a series of cases, including that of a homeless man, Walter Miller, who was brutally kille


  9. says:

    I ve been meaning to read the first book in the series for quite some time and just never managed to get around to it and then this one just sounded right up my alley, so I took a chance and just started with book two It was totally fine but I enjoyed this one so much that I m kicking myself for not having started at the beginning There was a lot going on here plot wise, Gemma is a busy detective working on multiple cases and a


  10. says:

    Intriguing, mysterious, and dark In this latest novel in the Gemma Woodstock series, Into the Night, Bailey immerses you into an intense, sultry investigation into the violent homicide of a movie star and the hunt for a confident, callous killer who seems to have gotten away with murder in broad daylight.The prose is gritty and raw The characterization is well done with characters that are driven, flawed, and reckless, including the


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