A Litter of Bones: A DCI Logan Crime Thriller (DCI Logan Crime Thrillers)

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A Litter of Bones: A DCI Logan Crime Thriller (DCI Logan Crime Thrillers)

A Litter of Bones: A DCI Logan Crime Thriller (DCI Logan Crime Thrillers)

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From the opening pages, JD Kirk lands you right into the middle of the action-packed story and given it is under 300 pages in length there is little to no padding which was appreciated; it's literally all killer no filler.

I picked this up for a few reasons, but mainly because authors Alex Smith and JE Mayhew have both recommended the author and series. The privations suffered by the kidnapped boy were somewhat disturbing, but to be expected given the theme of the story was child kidnapping and murder. It couldn’t have been easy to walk through Sauchiehall Street after closing on a Saturday with some mouthy wee bam shouting, “Fuck me, is that no’ her out of Scooby-Doo? He was such a macho hero solving it all by himself it just needed him to be wearing his superman underpants to make it complete. Despite writing from a young age, 'A Litter of Bones' is his first novel, and combines his love of the Highlands, crime thrillers, and cats.DCI Jack Logan is a complex and well-rounded character who is facing his own demons as he investigates the murders. We will process the refund due to you as soon as possible and, in any case within thirty (30) days of the day we confirm via e-mail that you are entitled to a refund for defective goods. Nuoširdus pastebėjimas, kad knyga savo siužetu labai panaši į visai neseniai skaitytą kito autoriaus knygą, ir tai šiek tiek sumenkino netikėtumo faktorių, tačiau smagu, kad čia buvo visai kitokia knygos baigtis. You also don't learn anything about him having an ex-wife, not to mention a daughter he doesn't see (or seem to know anything about). At the end of the book I had no idea of his home life, his family circumstances, his failings, desires, or his history.

JD Kirk lives in the wilds of Scotland, where he spends his days making stuff up and writing it down. He gets parachuted into a rural force when they catch a case that resembles one he worked on years ago. Meanwhile, a hundred miles north in the Highlands not far from Fort William, a child goes missing while walking his dog with his dad.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I find it incredibly atmospheric and when you know the rich history of the place it adds an extra feel of appreciation for me.

But I doubt I will bother with anymore because I shall just be irritated by Logan's unpleasant demeanor. Nothing remarkable in the story-telling or the characterizations, and only passing references to the beautiful scenery, but capably written with plenty of forward momentum to hold my attention. JD Kirk lives in the Highlands of Scotland with his wife, two children, and a number of sturdy umbrellas. Do police really stop cars out for a "Sunday drive" because they flash their lights at aggressive driving. But as similarities between the two cases grow, could it be that Jack caught the wrong man all those years ago?He’d watched husbands break down, stricken by the lack of affection they’d shown their wives in those final days, haunted by some of the things they’d said or done. Even though the characters weren't particularly original I still enjoyed Jack Logan's no-nonsense approach to everything, his traditional ways and his often grouchy attitude and the descriptions of the Scottish Highlands painted a picture so vivid and beautiful in my head I felt like I was there.

Are the gut-wrenching overly graphic depictions of the mutilation and torture of cats that were repeatedly mentioned in this story for no reason that I can see other than shock value.Owen is now in a secure hospital, but refuses to disclose the whereabouts of the bones of his third victim, Dylan Muir. Connor going missing has all the hallmarks of the 'Petrie' case which has haunted DCI Logan for a long time. Can they not be polite to people in general - especially people who help - like the high-school artist for example who Logan sent on his way without so much as a thank you. I can't resist comparing this with another Scottish police procedural I read a couple of years ago with a main character named Logan (although in that case it's a first rather than a last name) and featuring child abductions, Cold Granite. The sale of customised goods or perishable goods, sealed audio or video recordings, or software, which has been opened.

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