Dan Laughey: Chloe: Never Forget

Today I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Chloe: Never Forget. My review is written with thanks to Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me on the blog tour and for my copy of the book.


An off-duty detective gunned down. A dead woman. A student missing, feared dead. And now, a former policeman in search of his past. All these people, dead or alive, have one thing in common. D.I. Carl Sant must discover what it is.

A series of cold-case enquiries leads D.I. Sant and his colleagues to investigate a botched assassination plot dating back to the 1980s. The deeper they dig into the case, the more secrets are revealed, including shocking connections to the infamous National Front.

Meanwhile, the memory of former P.C. Tanner, survivor of the assassination horror, is beginning to recover. Sant must find Tanner, and find out who is behind it all – before his superiors lose their rag and more lives are lost.


I enjoyed Chloe: Lost Girl, which I reviewed here but in Chloe: Never Forget, Laughey takes everything to a different level. It is more political, there are more gory murders and more twists and surprises. All of this drew me further in to Sant’s investigation and I became fully invested in this story once more.

I felt that in Chloe: Never Forget we learnt much more about Detective Sant and his team. What an interesting group they are! They each have issues in their personal lives which extend into their work and I would love to see these explored in more depth if the series continues.

Chloe: Never Forget is full of tension, particularly as the novel reaches its ending. I was completely shocked when the conclusion was revealed. The ending sets up another book in the series perfectly and I  hope the author agrees with me!

Chloe: Never Forget is available from Amazon.

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