The No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author returns with the much anticipated new Logan McRae thriller.Some things just wont stay buriedLogan McRaes personal history is hardly squeaky clean, but now that he works for Professional Standards its his job to police his fellow officers.When Detective Inspector Bell turns up dead in the drivers seat of a crashed car its a shock to everyone. Because Bell died two years ago, they buried him. Or they thought they did.As an investigation is launched into Bells stabbing, Logan digs into his past. Where has he been all this time? Why did he disappear? And whats so important he felt the need to come back from the dead?But the deeper Logan digs, the more bones he uncoversand there are people out there wholl kill to keep those skeletons buried. If Logan cant stop them, DI Bell wont be the only one to die...
|Title||:||The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11)|
|Number of Pages||:||496 pages|
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The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11) Reviews
If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relationship between Logan and Steel is... well, unreal, meaning NOT real. The story is silly (and that probably flatters it). Nah, I have read them all, and the last couple (barring the two short stories) have been pre ...more
McRae eleven sounds amazing.
Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities.
So need this in my life.
'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like the continuation from Book 1 to it's conclusion here with the Livestock Mart - the market for selling children.
This is another instance where I've read an ARC from netgalley and then had to go out and get the remai ...more
Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Logans and Steels relationship and the way they feed off eachother. Its interesting to see Logan as Steels boss for once, which is something a little new. The story overall wasnt overly original but still a blast for ...more
This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory as we wonder just how many scars the author will inflict on the battered Logan this time. Logan is now working for Professional Standards, with the idiot Rennie, making him a man to be avoided, and no-one is avoid ...more
Logan McRae is back!! Everyone's favourite detective now works for Professional Standards but ofcourse he gets pulled into several cases.
I received this book as an ARC and it was so good.
Logan is my personal favourite detective and I enjoy Stuart Macbrides writing so much. Read this amazing book!!!
Loved every minute of it!
Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride.
We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious.
A thoroughly engaging story which I highly recommend.