Intense and exciting, The Redcap (A Sam McKay Novel) by K.M. Hardy is a thrilling novel filled with twists and turns. Filled with avarice, malice, and murder, the story is an intricately woven web of intrigue and suspense. It is a well-written story with a complex plot, engaging characters, and a captivating storyline. I was captured by Sam's brogue from the first page, and the further I got into the story, the more I admired his character. The Isobel/Claire/Charlotte aspect was intriguing and kept me guessing until the end. This is a stunning novel that is sure to delight everyone who loves a good murder mystery.
The Redcap: A Sam McKay Novel
K.M. Hardy, author
Sampson Angus McKay and his team are back to work: when a friend of Director Copper’s asks for their help in solving the murder of the beloved Annabelle Matheson, the team assumes this cold case will be a simple open and shut matter. As they investigate, they meet the inscrutable thief Charlotte Whitney, who has a secret just as checkered as her profession. With her reluctant help, the team learns that there is more to the murder than they initially expect, which leads them to William ‘The Redcap’ Finn. A Redcap: a thieving, malevolent, savage creature that finds pleasure in brutally murdering its victims and claiming blood as its trophy. Sam and his faithful team will face off against the notorious gangster that lives up to his colorful moniker in this second Sam McKay thriller by K.M. Hardy.