Lynda La Plante has written a procedural drama that keeps the reader both entertained and intrigued. This story follows the perspectives of all the detectives on the case and brings some of their personal life into this case as well. Being the fourth book following the career of Jane Tennison and the cases she has worked. With this book taking place in 1979, there are glaring proof of how little the police have to work with compared to now and is such a good reminder just how far technology has come and how it can improve not only our daily lives, but how much more and more precise information can be gathered during a criminal investigation. Lynda La Plante has mastered the art of the capturing the criminal mind and Murder Mile is a perfect example.