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  • A Gripping Scottish Noir!!

    This is the second book in Alan Parks' gripping DI Harry McCoy series. A gritty Scottish Noir crime drams set in Glasgow during the 1970s. The story begins with the murder of a Scottish footballer who is engaged to the daughter of a gang leader. The police realise quickly that they are at the mercy of a dark and sadistic serial killer. McCoy struggles as his past returns to threaten his present and he vows to discover the truth and serve justice, solving this investigation. Alan Parks has written a gritty, dark and atmospheric crime story that holds no punches. It is gruesome and stomach-churning at times and the language used by many of the characters is most definitely not for the faint of heart. I found that this only made the characters more realistic and believable. The lines between right and wrong become blurred the more you read and more is revealed about our troubled mc's past. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and cannot wait to read more in this fantastic series.

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  • February's Son

    January read, brilliant. February read, brilliant with more insight into the characters. Can't wait for the March book.

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  • February's son

    Really enjoyed it, couldn't put it down. The series up to now has been excellent. Can't imagine what's going to follow this.

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  • Great read.

    Great book. Couldn't put it down. Love Harry McCoy's character. Looking forward to his next adventures.

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  • No nonsense policing

    I really enjoyed reading this, Harry McCoy is a great character and his position of being torn between his job and his past was well depicted. I’ve not read the first book in the series, personally I think I would recommend readers would read them in order however this is still easy enough to follow without having read book one. The gritty job of policing Glasgow in the 1970s definitely makes for a more colourful read than the procedures of modern day policing and I found it a really refreshing change. The other characters were well rounded with a good mix of traits and the killer was just creepy, although you knew his identity early on it didn’t stop you wondering at his next moves and motives. All in all this really captured my attention and really left me wanting to keep reading, great page turner.

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