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The third installment in the best-selling DCI Daley series, packed with accurate police procedure and gritty, dark humour. The best of Scottish crime.

When a senior Edinburgh civil servant spectacularly takes his own life in Kinloch harbour, DCI Jim Daley comes face to face with the murky world of politics. To add to his woes, two local drug dealers lie dead, ritually assassinated. It's clear that dark forces are at work in the town. With his boss under investigation, his marriage hanging on by a thread, and his sidekick, DS Scott, wrestling with his own demons, Daley's world is in meltdown.

When strange lights appear in the sky over Kinloch, it becomes clear that the townsfolk are not the only people at risk. The fate of nations is at stake. Jim Daley must face his worst fears as tragedy strikes. This is not just about a successful investigation; it's about survival.

©2015 Denzil Meyrick (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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  • Tracey
  • craigmore, Australia
  • 08-07-17

suits

Would you consider the audio edition of Dark Suits and Sad Songs to be better than the print version?

haven,t read print version but i am hooked on D,C,I,Daley books now

What other book might you compare Dark Suits and Sad Songs to and why?

the monkets raincoat an elvis cole .joe pike book good plot

What about David Monteath’s performance did you like?

he is all round good reader characters are good like D,S Scott

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

no just enjoyed a good book now to next in series

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  • Michael Bath
  • 02-07-17

excellent value for money

enjoyed every line well worth the time to listen and laugh out loud at some of passages read

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  • Flint
  • 02-18-17

Excellent narrator

I enjoyed this book but I found some aspects annoying. I didn't think the main character's domestic situation was dealt with very well, it wasn't believable. It seemed to lack the emotional intensity that would have been present in those circumstances. In particular the decision to take his wife back with her child was badly written and lacked depth.

I found the plot rather predictable and it was obvious who would end up dead and who posed the threat. I don't think this was as good as the previous books but it was still a good book and the narrator was excellent.

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  • M. Gosney
  • 02-09-17

Great story, excellent storyteller.

Great story from the series. David Monteath brings all the characters to life with amazing accents.

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  • L. Cox
  • 01-28-17

Very well written and very well read

Very enjoyable have enjoyed all three books
Narration excellent too. Hope there'll be more soon. I'm









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  • Mrs L Lloyd
  • 12-14-16

superb

as usual a really good tale and great narration. can't wait to get in to the next DCI Daley

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  • Dawnne
  • 10-29-16

Fantastic!

A fantastic story from beginning to end. Land and seascapes brought to life with poetic description. Absolutely brilliant.

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  • Phyl
  • 01-02-18

Confusing

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Storyline and narration good, but I found it very confusing as there was no break between one scene and the next. When reading a book, you can see that the story has moved on to a new situation, but when listening you are relying on a pause or a change of voice to allow your brain to adjust. In this narration, there is absolutely nothing to give a clue that things have moved from one scenario to the next.

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  • Mrs M M J Evans
  • 02-13-17

Great

Highly recommend, great series. Can't wait till the next book comes out by author.

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  • Moira665
  • 01-15-17

Clever trilogy

Good storyline throughout, believable characters and portrayal of a on a small Scottish town recommended

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  • JPH
  • 04-28-17

Another thrilling D. C. I. Daley gem.

This is my third D. C. I. Daley thriller, & thriller it was!! A lot of the mysteries & questions raised throughout the first 2 books were answered but a few new ones were raised & left unanswered. I hope therefore there will be another D. C. I. Daley book & soon. I have enjoyed all the characters & even found my self chuckling at some of the outlandish comments made by some of the locals, which can bring some light relief from the very tense edge of the seat situations. David Monteath narrates these stories brilliantly. If you like a good thriller with interesting characters then I would recommend these books.

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  • DeetsC
  • 01-15-18

keep you thinking

enjoyed this as I have the previous DCI Daley books. ot that twists like a mountain road, with some real current issues thrown in to make you think "what if"