An unpredictable killer is loose on the streets of Glasgow. Beginning with brute force and relishing the power of snuffing out another human life, the murderer moves on to poison and drowning, greedy for new and better ways to kill. Faced with a string of seemingly unconnected victims, DCI Lorimer turns to psychologist and friend Solomon Brightman for his insights. But as the serial killer comes closer to Lorimer and his family, can the CDI unmask the volatile murderer before the next victim is found too close to home?
©2010 Alex Gray (P)2011 WF Howes Ltd
Good plot, excellent grammar, and a new inpector.
Yes -- in fact did.
get the series.
If you are a fan of Stuart MacBride and James Oswald DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. The story doesn't hold your interest and if just plain horrible.
"Very thrilling y"
Good story with a good narrator. I do not know why I like Scottish crime novels. But they are always so well written
Good stories althrough i guessed the end about half way through the book.
The story teller is good and does not try to put on silly voives
"A slow start but once it got going excellent"
I struggled to get into this but once it got going it was compelling listening
Someone not into Crime Thrillers
It was not gripping, Predictable & disappointing.
I wish I'd seen Persis's comment before I purchased.
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