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When three young women are discovered strangled and mutilated in a Glasgow park, it is up to DCI Lorimer to find their killer. Frustrated by a lack of progress in the investigation, Lorimer is forced to enlist the services of Dr Solomon Brightman, psychologist and criminal profiler. Together they form an uneasy alliance. But when a homeless man is brought in for questioning, the investigation takes a bizarre turn. Soon Lorimer has to scratch the surface of the polished Glasgow art world and reveal the dark layers hidden beneath....
©2017 Alex Gray (P)2017 Little Brown Book Group
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By Linda on 06-30-17

Beware this is an early story

I rashly thought this was the next instalment of DCI Lorimer - not so - it must be one of the earliest books only just read for audible. A good listen but for someone following the storyline very out of sync.

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By Amazon Customer on 09-04-17

Introducing Glasgow's DCI Lorimer

Never Somewhere Else by Alex Gray is the first book in the DCI Lorimer series .

A serial murder is at work on the streets of Glasgow. Three young women are found in one of the city’s parks.

DCI Lorimer enlists the services of Dr. Solomon Brightman and the chase is on.

Joe Dunlop's reading is monotonous and lacks expression. It makes for a teadious listening.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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By Margaret on 11-16-17

Okay Read

a bit too wordy. Seemed more like a Scottish Daglish rather than a Glaswegian Rebus. Will give volume 2 a read to decide.

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