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    5 star read - See Them Run

    Excellent story line, keeps you wondering until the last who did it. Can't wait for the next Clare Mackay adventure.
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    See them Run

    EXCELLENT . Loved all the characters especially Clair. Wonderful plots,twists & turns .Can hardly wait for book number 2 which i have pre ordered.
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    A new detective in town

    A great start to a new detective series introducing DI Clare Mackay. She has just recently transferred from Glasgow to St Andrews, looking for somewhere. After investigation Clare was cleared of any wrong doing. But things had changed. A wedding party, one of the guests Andy Robb receives text messages luring him outside, despite being married he is a ladies man, and thinks this is a message from someone interested in him. When he goes outside however he sees a car and goes towards it next thing he has been run over not just once but twice, killing him. Clare is called to the case by her sergeant the very efficient Jim. When she arrives at the scene SOCO are doing their thing before Clare can go anywhere near, she looks for her sergeant sees him and he walks over to her to fill her in on what’s what, but Clare can smell alcohol on his breath and challenges him on it as he knew he was on call, this is his one and only chance. I love that she takes no nonsense. She says it as it is. When SOCO are finished they hand a card with the number 5 on it that had been pinned to the body. Whilst still investigating this case another one happens. This time it’s a Bruce Gilmartin, he own a local brewing company, the same thing, a hit and run, this time a card with the number 4 has been left with the body. Clare knows she has to work hard, the clock is ticking they don’t want another body. They don’t know how these people are linked except for they know that the first victim did something or went somewhere every Thursday but no one seems to know where or what it was, and it seems the same for the second victim. DCI Gibson has come to oversee Clare with the case, asking her if she is up to it, or if she would like something less stressful to do! I found that a little patronising. But Clare assures him she is fine. But the two do have a couple of face offs when the DCI doesn’t like her handling of Jennifer Gilmore the second victims wife also a personal friend of the DCI, and he again questions her ability to run this case. Despite the fact she has been declared fit for duty. This is a well written police procedural, covering details with a lot of accuracy, I love the team we have been introduced to so far and look forward to getting to know more about Clare and the rest of the characters in the next book. Great Debut novel. Highly recommend. Thank you to #netgalley and #Canelopublishers for an eARC in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.
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    Great mystery

    See them run is one of the best books I have read in a while! This is a first novel by Marion Todd and hopefully the beginning of a great series that I will be sure not to miss. The subject matter is disturbing to say the least but handled beautifully and with a great deal of sensitivity. DI Clare Mackay initially responds to a supposedly traffic fatality which is quickly determined to be murder and as there’s a card with the number 5 attached to the victim they fear there’s a serial killer on the loose which bears fruition when another person is found murdered with the number 4 on his body. The case takes a disturbing turn as a pedophile ring is uncovered and the police takes steps to unmask the men who have systematically abused children and also to stop further killings.
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    Aptly titled

    I enjoyed this book immensely. The story has several plot twists and it had a back story for Clare that was interesting and made me root for her.
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