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Close to the Bone (Logan McRae, Book 8) - Stuart MacBride
Close to the Bone (Logan McRae, Book 8)
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The third consecutive No.1 bestselling crime novel from the author of the DI Logan McRae series and Birthdays for the Dead. The first body is chained to a stake: strangled, and stabbed, with a burning tyre around its neck. But is this a gangland execution or something much darker? ... show more
The third consecutive No.1 bestselling crime novel from the author of the DI Logan McRae series and Birthdays for the Dead. The first body is chained to a stake: strangled, and stabbed, with a burning tyre around its neck. But is this a gangland execution or something much darker? Someone’s leaving little knots of bones outside Detective Inspector Logan McRae’s house, but he’s got more pressing things to worry about. Rival drug gangs are fighting over product and territory; two teenage lovers are missing; someone’s crippling Asian immigrants; and Logan’s been lumbered with an ambitious new Detective Sergeant, a mountain of paperwork, and the unwelcome attention of his superiors and the local crime boss. When another body turns up, it looks as if the similarities between these murders and the plot of a bestselling novel are more than just a coincidence. And perhaps those little knots of bones are more important than they look…
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780007344291 (0007344295)
Publisher: Harper
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
Series: Logan McRae (#8)
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TonyTalbot
TonyTalbot rated it
4.0 4/5: Close to the Bone
A neighbour lent me this one with a stack of other books. I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did - police procedural's are rarely my book of choice. This is number eight in the series, so there are a lot of characters who you're expected to know. Despite that, they weren't overwhelming, and I ...
FrancesKR
FrancesKR rated it
3.0 Close to the Bone (Logan McRae)
Solid McRae, but it felt a little more scattered than usual. Mind, I have had a very long week, so that might have simply been my buckling down to read it while in a rather frangible state of mind. (No, not fragile. Frangible.)Still; the usual weaving together of plot threads, the usual battered-a...
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