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  • Five Stars

    Jeremiah’s Bell is the eighth DCI Jim Daley novel set in and around Kinloch and is another fabulous belter of a read. Alice Wenger returns home to Scotland after many years living in the USA. Her family has a dark and clouded history going back many years, however, Alice is harbouring secrets of her own. But of course, as we all know, secrets never stay hidden... hold on tight, lives are about to be shattered. Oh, I have really missed Brian Scott; he should be bottled, and put on sale in health and wellness shops. DI Scott is an absolute hoot. The loveable Hamish is back with his tales of yore. Unfortunately, Liz is also back. I can honestly say that I do not think I have ever disliked a character, in any book, as much as I do her; she really rattles my cage. If you enjoy a beautifully crafted police procedural that is well researched (except the Langley reference) and comes complete with an intriguing plot, a heart stopping, call the author names, moment and bags of laughing out loud then Jeremiah’s Bell is definitely a book worth tucking into.

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