Heat Trap - J.L. Merrow

This was just what I expected after having read the previous parts in the series. The language is a bit over-the-top British (with "mate"s, "love"s and "cheers" flying everywhere), but creates quite a fun atmosphere. Tom is sweet as ever, the relationship between him and Phil developing slowly, but surely (although they have to overcome some serious issues), and Gary playing a lovely side role. Tom's mother's actions at dinner with Phil didn't quite make sense to me - when compared to her other appearance, she doesn't seem rude enough to act like that.

Also, the mystery part wasn't explained well enough (although I figured out the killer a bit earlier than the characters, I didn't quite get the motivation).

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Still, overall, it was an enjoyable mystery read, and I can't wait for the next part.