A Man With One of Those Faces, Caimh McDonnell's first of the Paul Mulchrone and the Bunny McGarry series is the third one I have read, this was kindly given to me as a review copy by TBC Audible Facebook group. I started with The Angels in The Moonlight and then his latest The Final … Continue reading Caimh’s first Novel
I first heard about All in her Head when it was published in March of this year by Orion, on a fellow blogger's podcast. Nikki also read the opening parts of the book out on Noir at the Bar, which made it sound even more intriguing than my fellow blogger's glowing impression of it. The … Continue reading Is it all in her Head?
In preparation for Troubled Blood, I've just watched Lethal White, which was shown on the BBC over two weekends, concluding tonight. This consisted of four episodes. When you take into account that the book itself was 22 hours plus, it takes some skill to cut so much out and still keep the essence of the … Continue reading Catching up with Strike
Claire Askew's Cover your Tracks is the third DI Birch Novel. This is the 2020 book that was released in August on audio. This story deals with domestic violence as its background, which is a bit more of a universal topic when you consider that her previous books dealt with mass killings and gangs. She … Continue reading Keeping track with Askew
Claire Askew's All the Hidden Truths, was a great debut novel, which inspired me to ask her for an interview on the 14th of September on UK Crime Book Club. However, before I undertake the interview, I decided to read both her second and third books, back to back. What you pay For was definitely … Continue reading Definitely worth paying For
Doug Johnstone's, The Big Chill, is the first of my Bloody Scotland double bill to open in September. A couple of days ago, Doug was shortlisted for the McIlvanney Prize for the first in this series, A Dark Matter. Hannah, Dorothy and Jenny are back again in this book. The unique concept of a combined … Continue reading Johnstone makes a Big Bang