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Christopher Brookmyre
Birth date: September 06, 1968
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debbiekrenzer
debbiekrenzer rated it 3 years ago
Wow, at first my eyes were going fuzzy on me with all the computer talk in this book. However, the author did dumb it down enough for me to where I mostly understood what was going on, not how but the what.This book was crazy once I got through the first couple of chapters. Hackers who just like to ...
Just Olga and her books
Just Olga and her books rated it 3 years ago
Thanks to NetGalley and to Grove Atlantic for providing me with an ARC copy of this novel that I freely chose to review. I have read several books written by Christopher Brookmyre years back and I loved them. I discovered him by picking up The Secret Art of Stealing at Liverpool Airport on the stren...
riley
riley rated it 4 years ago
This is not only a well-done mystery but it is also a fine indictment of a certain kind of chicanery, one that drives me particularly crazy. SPOILERS I didn't warm to this at first because Brookmyre does an excellent job of suggesting that the reader is going to learn how real psych phenomena truly...
SilverThistle
SilverThistle rated it 4 years ago
I started Where the Bodies are Buried last year (that feels weird to say since it's only been a few days) and it is my first finish of 2016. I had heard lots of good things about Christopher Brookmyre so a few months ago I picked up Quite Ugly One Morning which is the first of the Jack Parlabane se...
Roving Book Club
Roving Book Club rated it 5 years ago
Read by Enzo: Set in Glasgow. A young girl has taken over her uncle's private detective agency. Procedural crime novel but not not the normal full on crime procedural. I loved the language and the setting, the authentic voice and the different culture. Very enjoyable.
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