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The first of a new Scottish crime series that you have to hear!

A fast moving, gripping crime novel set in the tough crime-ridden streets of Glasgow.

Scott Stevenson was a despicable character and nobody mourns when his bloody corpse is found with an ivory tusk driven through his torso. DCI Alex Warren and his team are given the challenging task of discovering his killer. They investigate the numerous people Stevenson has harmed and their enquiries reveal a host of related crimes, motivated by sex and greed. As the body count starts to rise, they struggle to close the case before more lives are lost.

©2012 Zach Abrams (P)2015 Zach Abrams

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  • Jill Besterman
  • 12-10-15

Almost a good book

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

This could have been quite a good book but for the very poor narration. The narrator read as if dying to catch a bus, with little expression. As it was a story set in Glasgow, why not a Scottish narrator?

What was one of the most memorable moments of Made a Killing?

Had several quite exciting episodes

Would you be willing to try another one of Alastair Greener’s performances?

No

Do you think Made a Killing needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Not really. The characters aren't interesting enough.