Will to Live

Will to Live By Rachel Amphlett, Will to Live Reputation is everything When a packed commuter train runs over a body on a stretch of track known to locals as Suicide Mile it soon transpires that the man was a victim of a calculated murder As th
  • Title: Will to Live
  • Author: Rachel Amphlett
  • ISBN: 9780994433787
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Will to Live By Rachel Amphlett, Reputation is everything.When a packed commuter train runs over a body on a stretch of track known to locals as Suicide Mile , it soon transpires that the man was a victim of a calculated murder As the investigation evolves and a pattern of murders is uncovered, Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter realises the railway s recent reputation may be the work of a brutal serial killReputation is everything.When a packed commuter train runs over a body on a stretch of track known to locals as Suicide Mile , it soon transpires that the man was a victim of a calculated murder As the investigation evolves and a pattern of murders is uncovered, Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter realises the railway s recent reputation may be the work of a brutal serial killer With a backlog of cold cases to investigate and attempting to uncover who is behind a professional vendetta against her, Kay must keep one step ahead of both the killer and her own adversaries.When a second murder takes place within a week of the first, she realises the killer s timetable has changed, and she s running out of time to stop him Will to Live is the second book in a new crime thriller series featuring Kay Hunter a detective with a hidden past and an uncertain future If you like Angela Marsons, Peter James and Robert Bryndza, discover the latest addition to Rachel Amphlett s new series today
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    1. Rachel Amphlett

      I write crime fiction and spy novels, most notably the Dan Taylor espionage novels and the Detective Kay Hunter series, as well as a number of standalone crime thrillers.Originally from the UK and currently based in Brisbane, Australia, my writing influences include Michael Connelly, Lee Child, and Robert Ludlum I m also a huge fan of Peter James, Val McDermid, Angela Marsons, Robert Bryndza, Ken Follett, and Stuart MacBride.I m a member of International Thriller Writers and the Crime Writers Association, with the Italian foreign rights for my debut novel, White Gold, being sold to Fanucci Editore s TIMECrime imprint in 2014, and the first four books in the Dan Taylor espionage series contracted to Germany s Luzifer Verlag in 2017.Automatically go into a prize draw to win one of three signed copies of each new release join my Readers Group at rachelamphlett You re also welcome to follow me via Facebook on.fb TN7rpu and Twitter Instagram Litsy RachelAmphlett

    586 thoughts on “Will to Live”

    1. Well I gave book one Scared to Death four stars and I am giving Will to Live the full five It was great I raced through the book in record time not wanting to put it down at all, despite the fact that people were repeatedly getting gruesomely squashed on railway tracks The story was really good There was mystery, suspense, lots of good police work and a twist in the tale.The characters were all interesting and realistic and I enjoyed the way the different team members worked together I particula [...]


    2. Walking her dog by herself in the early dusk was the last thing Elsa wanted to do, but when her husband phoned to say he d been held up by an accident on the motorway, she knew her old dog needed the walk So she grabbed her torch and set off never expecting to witness one of the worst, most traumatic incidents she d ever seen When Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter was notified of another suicide on the railway tracks, she took her colleague Carys along with her She had no desire to view what she nee [...]


    3. Will to Live is book two of the Detective Kay Hunter series by Rachel Amphlett Detective Kay Hunter and her partner caught a case of a man killed by a train At first, Detective Kay Hunter and her partner thought at first that it was a suicide However, this was not the case The readers of Will to Live will continue to follow Detective Kay Hunter investigation into the death of the man on the rail line Will to LIve is my second book I have read of Rachel Amphlett, and I am impressed with her books [...]


    4. All of my reviews can be found on novelgossipThis is the second book in the Kay Hunter series, I reviewed the first one last year and really enjoyed it I would recommend starting with the first book as it s really good and they re also quick reads, plus you ll be all caught up and aware of the relevant backstories This had a really gripping opening, a woman is out one evening walking her dog and finds a man tied to train tracks and he s desperate for her to help him She can t save him in time, a [...]


    5. Will To Live is the second novel in the Detective Kay Hunter crime series I would recommend reading Scared To Death which is the first in the series before reading this one for full enjoyment, plus it s a great book.The start of this novel has to be one of the best starts to a story that I have read in a long while Boy did the author grab me by the collar and send me hurdling through the novel In other words, from that point on I was well and truly hooked and couldn t put the book down.Reading o [...]


    6. Will to Live is the second book in the Kay Hunter series following Kay after the tragic events of the first book in the series Scared to Death And after that fantastic introduction to Detective Kay Hunter I was so excited to read this second book which is, I have to say, even better than the first one The first chapter grabs the reader straight away, unusually with an everyday occurrence, as a woman is out walking her dog But when the dog goes off track, it leads its owner to the railway line an [...]


    7. Will To Live follows Scared To Death in this crime thriller series For maximum enjoyment, I recommend starting with book one while the cases in each book are not linked, the backstory is continuous And if you haven t read book one yet, it s awesome so you ve got two exciting meetings with Kay Hunter awaiting you There s a stretch of track called Suicide Mile, but in Will To Live, the cause of death is anything but suicide Amphlett has plotted an exciting mystery can Kay track down the killer bef [...]


    8. Having read and enjoyed Scared to Death , the first DS Kay Hunter thriller by Rachel Amphlett, I was ecstatic when I was offered an advanced copy of her second one, Will to Live , to read and review This book s cover is beautiful, intriguing and attractive, clearly illustrating the story s theme Yes, we have trains involved in this book but also a sick mind loving nothing than seeing helpless victims reduced to pulp on railway tracks As for the first book in the series, the author wastes no tim [...]


    9. Warning do not start reading Will to Live while having dinner In fact, avoid all meal times around this book, because the story hits the ground running and then you ll be so engrossed in the events that whatever dish is on the table will be cold by the time to remember you have a stomach to feed anyway Okay, now that this is said, let s go back to the start.Like many of you, I had seen so much praise for Rachel Amphlett s first book that I bought the story, but the never ending game of the readi [...]


    10. Four and half stars out of five I very much enjoyed DS Kay Hunter s latest outing Maybe so than the first book I felt this novel gave a lot information about Kay s past which I was left wondering about previously And the other characters seemed to shine through a little In the first book one character in particular, DC Ian Barnes, left me a little cold This completely changed whilst reading Will to Live and I became rather fond of Kay s sarcastic sidekick.I absolutely loved the killer s metho [...]


    11. Reputation is everything Following on from the success of Book 1 Scared To Death , Will to Live is the second book in a new crime thriller series featuring Kay Hunter a detective with a hidden past and an uncertain future Help Please somebody help me These are the words Elsa Flanagan hears as she walks her dog one evening near the train tracks close to her home With a pounding heart and on unsteady legs, Elsa soon finds herself a witness to the most horrific and traumatic event.On the scene imme [...]


    12. I love this series Kay Hunter is such a strong and real character Her and the team really care and will stop at nothing to solve the case can t wait for book 3



    13. This is the second book in the DS Kay Hunter series and whilst Will to Live could be read as a standalone, I recommend that you read Scared to Death first as it ll make for a heightened reading experience of this one as there are continuing story lines running through both books I started reading this with excitement as I loved the first book, but also with a little trepidation as to whether this would be as good I needn t have worried as this is another fantastic Kay Hunter book As with Scared [...]


    14. It has been a while since I read a serial killer story There have been a few books with multiple victims but a serial killer story where a murderer stalks his victims, has a style which the police can use to identify a single killer and a team of detectives chasing down the clues well it has been far too long since the last one Thank goodness, therefore, for Will to Live Rachel Amphlett s 2nd book to feature DS Kay Hunter was a very welcome companion on my daily commute as this was a serial kill [...]


    15. WillToLive opens with a bang It had me hooked from page one and kept me engrossed all the way through What is initially thought to be a suicide opens up a whole new investigation for Detective Kay Hunter and her team as they race to hunt down a killer who seems determined to keep to their own timetable of death Short but sharp chapters keep a fast moving but tight plot hurtling through until the very last page In WillToLive Kay continues to try to find out just who has the knives out for her pro [...]


    16. Today I am on the blog tour for WILL TO LIVE by Rachel Amphlett and I cannot wait to spread the word about this addictive, terrifying, compelling crime fiction novel Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter is confused when she gets the call to attend the scene of an apparent suicide at the train tracks why do they need homicide on the scene However, looks can be deceiving and it is soon obvious to the police that they have a killer on the loose As Kay and her colleagues start the hunt to uncover this psyc [...]


    17. This is the second book featuring Kay Hunter and it continues Rachel Amphlett s knack for writing top notch thrillers As with all the best series , there is a thread running through binding the books together and yet each one is a complete story, coming to a very satisfactory conclusion.I am a big fan of Rachel s books and thought her Dan Taylor novels were fantastic, and I m delighted to say that DS Kay Hunter, whilst being a totally different type of character, is just as appealing and believa [...]


    18. Will To Live is the second book in the Kay Hunter series and it s even better than the first one.When a train runs over a body on the tracks, it soon becomes clear this wasn t a suicide It doesn t take long for Kay to realise there may be victims of this novel way of murdering someone.Meanwhile, it s also becoming increasingly obvious that someone is raging a personal vendetta against her But who And why Kay continues to investigate but is she putting anyone in danger by doing so One of the thi [...]


    19. 4.5 Elsa Flanagan and her husband, Dennis, usually walked their dog together in he evening This particular night though, Dennis was delayed in traffic after an accident on the motorway Elsa was in two minds whether or not to go by herself, but the dog was old and she knew she d be up with him during the night if she didn t She had no idea of the imminent horror she was about to witness as she heard someone shout for help A brilliantly tense opening chapter.Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter arrived a [...]


    20. Rachel Amphlett s Scared to Death was the first novel I was ever approached to review when I started blogging, so, needless to say, I was than thrilled to be welcomed back into the world of Detective Kay Hunter This novel could easily be read as a standalone, but I would highly recommend reading the first in the series before diving into Will to Live Not only is Scared to Death an awesome book, but it really helps to set the stage for the secondary plot and characters in this story When a packe [...]


    21. Got to be honest here after the heart thumping opening to Scared to Death, I didn t think it would be possible to top it How could Rachel Amphlett possibly recreate such a tense situation or match the growing panic that you could feel emanating from each and every page Well you ll have to read Will To Live to find out the answer to that one because, trust me, she did The opening of this book is dynamite and I loved it.Damn Might have given myself a way a little too early in the review there Ah w [...]


    22. The opening chapter of this book is gripping A woman, out on her own walking her dog one evening across the fields that her husband has already told her to avoid.with a torch that is running out of battery and no mobile phone Well, you just wouldn t would you Amphlett grabbed my attention straight away There s a satisfying level of detail about the character who we know will only be minor, their job is to lead us to the main event but it felt good to be reading another of Amphlett s thrillers Th [...]


    23. I voluntarily received an ARC of this book to review.When the driver of a packed commuter train sees a body on the track he is unable to stop in time It looks like yet another suicide, but it soon becomes evident that there has been foul play and that in fact the victim has been murdered As the investigation evolves a pattern emerges and murders are uncovered Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter realises that the railway s recent reputation may be the work of a serial killer.With a backlog of cold cas [...]


    24. A man lying on the train tracks A train approaching This is murder Detective Kay Hunter needs to catch the killer and follow her own secret investigation.IntroductionDetective Kay Hunter 2Detective Kay Hunter is back with a vengeance in Will To Live When a man is run over by a train, everyone thinks it is a suicide But it is not Definitely not This was cold blooded murder And whoever did it wanted the victim to suffer, to feel the fear as the train about to kill him approached This is cruel murd [...]


    25. Part of the blurb states If you like Angela Marsons, Peter James and Robert Bryndza, discover the latest addition to Rachel Amphlett s new series today and I cannot agree This is my first time reading a novel by Amphlett and I was not disappointed WILL TO LIVE is the second book in the series featuring DS Kay Hunter following SCARED TO DEATH I seem to have this knack of torturing myself and reading a great book, knowing that there is a back story I am yet to discover WILL TO LIVE can certainly [...]


    26. I was delighted to be asked to review Will to Live, the second book in the Kay Hunter series as I had loved Scared to Death and couldn t wait to catch up with Kay, her team and the guests that her veterinarian hubby brings home from work Will to Live certainly starts with a bang and then the tension gathers momentum as we try to work out who the killer is and what the next stop will be on their murderous journey The murders are unique in that the killer is disguising them as suicides The cold an [...]


    27. Will to Live is the sequel to Scared to Death Rachel Amphlett writes an imaginative crime detective story and this second book in this series with Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter is as equally satisfying as the first Amphlett lays out the investigative leads very well building up the suspense, as the links between the murdered men are finally understood but not until the final chapters does she throw you a few possible suspects and then waits right to the end to reveal who did it The mystery behin [...]


    28. Will To live Rachel AmphlettDetective sergeant Kay Hunter and her team are looking for a serial killer People are committing suicide by stepping in front of trains, a huge problem in England Then there is evidence that one of the bodies legs were tied to the tracks Forensics testing shows traces of anti depressants ere not suicides, but murder victims Methodically though out and orchestrated This is a fantastic murder mystery that you won t be able to put down A Stupendous read I highly recommen [...]


    29. This review originally appeared on my blog at gimmethatbook.Many thanks to the author for giving me this book in exchange for an honest review Rachel Amphlett is a master at starting a story off by grabbing your attention, and this one is no exception A horrific murder takes place on the railroad tracks and intrepid detective Kay Hunter is tasked with finding the killer.WILL TO LIVE has two strong female characters Kay and her coworker sidekick Carys Together they support each other and race aga [...]


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