Regular price: $15.98
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $15.98
This was a chance buy. It's not Rebus, nor is it a Serrailer but....!? I was quickly drawn in, probably as much by the narrator as the initial plot but soon could not leave it alone. DI Gilchrist has as many personal issues as we come to expect but he also seems very human - struggling with communicating with his children and ex-wife. I was put off a bit by the reference to Prince William studying at St Andrews, a bit unnecessary in my opinion and it will date the book terribly. Am heading off to search for more in the series for my next credits.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
The first time I have come across this author ... and what a find. An excellent story, kept me guessing right to the end. More than just a writer, he is a wordsmith too and some of the language was almost poetry! I believe he won an award with this book and it was well deserved. Will look for his other book now, A hand for a hand.
Must also mention the narrator who really did bring this story to life. He was a pleasure to listen to. Will watch out for him too.
33 of 36 people found this review helpful
Best book I've read/heard in a long time! Credits to the narrator as I found his voice really played a big part in the story and made me want to keep listening. T Muir is an amazing author and the story itself felt very real...it's almost like you're in it...Loved it all and would definitely recommend!!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Grim story line but it was a pleasant change to support why the victims were chosen. I guessed the killer but this didn't spoil the story. Looking forward to more of Detective Andy Gilchrist. Loved the Scottish accents too, of course. Think this series will be a keeper
1 of 1 people found this review helpful