The new Logan McRae novel set in gritty Aberdeen from the author of Cold Granite and Blind EyeRichard Knox has served his time, so why shouldn't he be allowed to live wherever he wants? Yes, in the past he was a violent rapist, but he has seen the error of his ways, found God, and wants to leave... show more
The new Logan McRae novel set in gritty Aberdeen from the author of Cold Granite and Blind EyeRichard Knox has served his time, so why shouldn't he be allowed to live wherever he wants? Yes, in the past he was a violent rapist, but he has seen the error of his ways, found God, and wants to leave his dark past in Newcastle behind him and make a new startor so he says. Detective Sergeant Logan McRae isn't exactly thrilled to be part of the team helping Knox settle into his new Aberdeen home, and he's even less thrilled to be stuck with DSI Danby, the man who put Knox behind bars for 10 years, supposedly here to "keep an eye on things." Only things are about to go very, very wrong. Edinburgh gangster Malk the Knife wants a slice of the development boom Donald Trump's golf course is bringing to the Granite City, whether local crime lord Wee Hamish Mowat likes it or not, while three heavies from Newcastle want a "quiet word" with DSI Danby about a missing mob accountant, and Richard Knox’s dark past isn’t done with him yet.
Publish date: January 6th 2011
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Logan McRae (#6)
Serial rapist Richard Knox has been released from prison in Newcastle and decides to relocate to Aberdeen where his grandparents lived. DS Logan McRae isn't thrilled to be part of the team helping him settle into life in Aberdeen.Also on the caseload are a flood of counterfeit currency in Aberdeen,...
Logan McRae is one of my favourite fictional detectives. I think Tom Thorne is my favourite but Logan is a close second. I don't think this book was the strongest in the series but it wasn't a bad book and I really enjoyed it.One of the best things about the McRae books has got to be DI Steel. Quite...
I have read the entire series so far and, sadly, this will be my last Stuart McBride book. While the first few books were really enjoyable, the author has been going down a route that I personally find not just offensive but boring. The protagonists are increasingly resembling caricatures - the prim...
enjoyable but perhaps a little similar to that that has gone before,,,