Streets of Darkness by A.A. Dhand (DI Harry Virdee 1)
Books / January 22, 2019

Read Decemeber 2018. The first Book by A.A Dhand. my first word is Outstanding. I Loved every page. Introducing D.I Harry VIrdee, a tough uncompromising cop who has trouble sticking to law when it comes to bringing down the bad guys, Currently under suspension, he is asked by his boss to go undercover when local MP and Businessm...

Every Night I Dream of Hell by Malcolm Mackay (Glasgow Underground 5)
Books / January 21, 2019

The 5th book in the Glasgow Series by Malcolm Mackay and my favourite so far. As with the first 4 the writing is immaculate, superb stuff. Page turning,Brutal Violent stuff. This time around a character, hard man Nate Colgan from the Glasgow trilogy is the main Protagonist. In the earlier 3 bo...

The Dying Hours by Mark Billingham (DI Tom Thorne 11)
Books / January 18, 2019

Following the events of book 10 Tom Thorne returns , Reduced to uniform, working the streets, with his new slightly unhinged partner DC Treasure, we have , what seems a depressed, angry , bitter Thorne now  living with a new partner , Helen, another police officer and her son, Alfie. Thorne isn’t happ...

Blind Eye by Stuart MacBride (DS Logan McRae 5)
Books / January 16, 2019

Picture it, Sunny Aberdeen (yes just pretend) in the height of summer, hot , sweaty, uncomfortable.... with a mad man carving out the eyeballs of the polish community, here is book 5 of the DS Logan McRae series by Stuart MacBride. Back with a bang after book 4 which I felt was the weakest of the series this one really comes at ...

River of Salt by Dave Warner
Books / January 16, 2019

I’m not sure where to start with this one, from the outset I should have loved this book but I just didn’t . It’s not a bad book by any means , it’s a good book, it’s quite fast paced but it just feels a bit , I don’t know, doomed all the way through, there are no elements of comedy to lighten the ...