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    Very good

    It was Avery enjoyable read I like the Scottish humour looking forward to reading more
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    Logan's back!!

    The Logan McRae Novels by Stuart MacBride are captivating and addictive. They are always on my pre-order list, as is anything else MacBride writes. So to say I was thrilled with the opportunity to receive an advance copy of All That’s Dead would be an understatement. And it did not disappoint. As always, Logan McRae and the rest of the cast of characters go through a lot – a LOT: horrific crimes, murders, serial killers. With a lot of humor and craziness thrown in. And a lot of eating. I am always hungry for sausage and chips when reading and I am about ready to travel to Aberdeen to try a bacon butty and visit the Lobster People from the Planet Too-Ginger-to-Be-in-the-Sun. Police Scotland Inspector Logan McRae is just back to work after a year of recovery from almost being killed. He’s not all that thrilled to be assigned to Professional Standards but he is looking forward to some simple cases to work his way back into things. Well, that’s not going to happen. He’s assigned as more or less an observer of the officer in charge of solving the disappearance of the high-profile anti-independence campaigner, Professor Wilson, but the powers to be want results quickly and decide that Logan is the one to get them. While Logan was off recuperating, author MacBride was kind enough to give us an in-between standalone featuring Detective Sergeant Robert Steel. She used to be Detective Chief Inspector Roberta Steel and Logan’s boss until she got caught breaking the rules. She is infuriating. Uncouth, crude, always with the bra strap, has such a mean streak, but there’s also some softness trying to get out. I waited with bated breath until she showed up in All That’s Dead. I love her and Logan and all the rest – Tufty, Milky, Rennie, Tara, Susan, the whole lot of them. They are like a family, a very dysfunctional family. All That’s Dead is an exciting, thrilling mystery, with a fast-moving plot and a lot of danger, twists and turns and surprises. Because of Logan’s often sarcastic, pessimistic attitude I sometimes forget just how good a detective he really is, how proficient. It’s a joy watching him sort through all the facts and inch toward the murderer. The infighting in the police ranks and battles for and against Scottish Nationalism add depth to the story. This is the 12th book in the Logan McRae series but you can jump in anytime in any book; they all standalone. But – you shouldn’t. You should start at the beginning and take Logan’s journey with him or you’ll miss out on so much: his up and down career, his many injuries, his lost loves and heartbreak, and his hope and recovery, the depth of his relationship with Steel and much more. Thanks to author Stuart MacBride, publisher Harper Collins and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of All That’s Dead for my reading pleasure and honest review. Read any one of his books and you’ll be like me, impatiently waiting for the next.
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    Great

    Another entertaining and adventurous book. Nice to see Logan’s car getting beaten up instead of his body. Keep them coming!
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    Great read...as always

    I love his book and they have yet to disappoint me. Great storytelling and the best characters ever! I couldn't put it down until the last page was read. It's a bit political, which I found interesting and it never gets boring. It has a good storyline and isn't predictable. I enjoyed this book...
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    All that's dead

    Boring and drawn out with too much British jargon. Not my style. I rate it a 2.
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