Dallas Homicide : City Murders

  • by John C. Dalglish
  • Narrated by Rich McVicar
  • Series: City Murders
  • 4 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A report of a body sends homicide detective Peter Brandt to a murder scene in one of the city's wealthiest neighborhoods.
Without realizing it, he has just stepped into the case of his life. It will take all his experience and skill to find a killer unlike anyone he's encountered.
Is he in over his head? Has he stumbled into a case that could cost him everything?
Follow the clues as the detective struggles to solve a case of Dallas Homicide.

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New favorite author!

John Dalglish has found the formula for creating intriguing, page turning crime novels that satisfy thoroughly without the objectionable content that fill many books in the genre.
His characters are well developed and his stories are carried along in a sharp, "just the facts" style that allow the reader to solve the crime along with his detectives. I can't wait to read the next book in this series.
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- Kathy S Palmer

A good, clean, nicely paced police procedural

A man arrives home, late, intentionally because since his divorce there's no pleasure in it anymore. Unfortunately, on this night, it's worse than usual: A killer is waiting. He is shot and killed.

Peter Brandt, a Dallas homicide detective, begins to investigate and quickly finds himself deep in the weeds of politics, corporate intrigue, and a love triangle. This is a short novel, a tightly plotted police procedural set in Dallas. Dalglish builds up his characters--both living and dead--convincingly. This is written with respect for the police but not a false sense that they're perfect, and I like to see both those traits in a good police procedural.

I don't know Dallas, so I can't say how true it is to the city, but other readers who say they know Dallas seem happy with it, so probably no major blunders. The narrator has a good, clear, strong voice, which is not only true to the main viewpoint character, but also good for the listener.

Recommended.
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- Elisabeth Carey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-23-2017
  • Publisher: John C. Dalglish