Publish date: March 28th 2013
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: D.I. Sean Corrigan (#1)
I enjoyed this book by Luke Delaney though I wasn't as gripped as I thought I would be. It won't stop me reading the others in the series, from all accounts they get better and better.
This book is more convoluted than a writhing snake...The gimmick of the book is the fact that the main detective has the ability to put himself in the killer's shoes, and sort of empathizing with him. I think I've never came across something remotely similar.Apart from its convoluted nature (inline ...
I have trigger issues with violent books which are not set in the "fantastic" such as zombie books or paranormal books and always am worried an author will use gratuitous violence and not rely on his or her talent to show me the story and the emotions the violence without triggering my PTSD. It is a...
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/133fUd1My opinion: I have found a new series to stalk. This book hooked me from page one and never let go. The storyline, while masterfully twisted, didn't go overboard. This book was a wonderful example of why I love British mystery writers so much.The style that ...
In Luke Delaney's debut novel he brings us DI Sean Corrigan, a detective with a dark past, who's childhood trauma gives him greater insight into the criminal mind - especially the darker criminal mind - than most. A man is murdered - stabbed repeatedly, the killer leaving no clues behind. Enter DI C...