Book Review: Eleven Days

Eleven Days

Author: Stav Sherez
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Date: December 2013

Eleven Days is the second book in the Carrigan and Miller series, but it can easily be read as a standalone. I’m yet to read the first book, and I got caught up with the story right away.

Carrigan and Miller are called to a fire, when they reach the scene they realise the house is not just a regular house but a convent.
Fighting internal politics and the church hierarchy, the case unravels to reveal a story involving local drug dealers, religious radicals in South America and international battles over land and oil.

Carrigan and Miller are a team, with a strong dynamic, but no sign of a romantic relationship, which makes a nice changes for a story involving such a pairing.

Stav Sherez is a writer who knows what he’s talking about. He’s built a story full of credibility that even though it’s fiction, it’s clearly been brilliantly researched.

I look forward to reading the next book in the Carrigan and Miller series, and will definitely be looking out the first one.

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