A Journal of Sin by Darryl Donaghue

A Journal of Sin

By Darryl Donaghue

  • Release Date: 2015-08-18
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 126 Ratings
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A murdered priest leaves behind records of confessional secrets...secrets someone would prefer he'd taken to the grave.

Read the first novel in the Sarah Gladstone series. New British Detective Novel from Ex- Detective Darryl Donaghue

A small town in the English countryside isolated by a severe storm, and a young female officer, alone and out of her depth. A troubled priest is brutally murdered, leaving behind a journal of the residents' confessional secrets; secrets certain people would have preferred he took to the grave. 
As word spreads, the pressure rises as the eyes of the town watch her every move. With no forensic team, no support and a savage killer hiding in a turbulent town, is PC Sarah Gladstone up to the task?

A small town police story from a debut author. Looking for a new female detective novel? Get the first in this British detectives series today!


  • A Journal of Sin

    By BevHeady
    Loved this book and couldn't put it down. Sarah's character was great and would love a sequel. An author to watch out for in the future.
  • A Journal of Sin

    By Franquay
    There are numerous free e-books out there and the quality of them tends to match the price. This isn't the worst of them by a long way with relatively few typos and a reasonable storyline. That said there is much room for improvement and I would have been hugely disappointed if I'd paid for this book.
  • Good book

    By Lucie12345
    Would make a great tv drama, good story line, kept in suspense until the end
  • A Journal of Sin

    By BackToBook
    Very good book and was I pleased with the outcome. Would make a great tv drama and I'm enjoying working out who would play the main characters!
  • Potentially good....

    By CarrieLyons
    Interesting idea, and not a bad plot arc... But, the dialogue just doesn't work for me. The author relies heavily on it in this book, but is unable to quite capture the voices of his more working class characters. This creates a sort of mental dissonance when reading. The primary character comes across as rather naive but sadly for me, not in a believable way. The idea of the priest writing notes of his confessors is an interesting one to play with, but the writing doesn't do it justice.
  • Review

    By Madbirddesigns
    Good plot with well formed characters. Couple of side stories kept it interesting.
  • A Journal of Sin

    By Gizball
    Loved this book, couldn't put it down, had to keep reading. Kept in suspense right till the end. Worth reading.