Blood and Treachery (A Scottish Crime Thriller): DCI Logan Crime Thrillers, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
How far would you go to bury the truth?
While searching for a missing hill walker, Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team uncovers a body - just not the one they were looking for.
Still dealing with the fallout from their last case, DCI Jack Logan and his team venture south from Inverness to investigate a brutal, gangland-style execution in the wilds of the Highland countryside.
As the victim's dark secrets are gradually revealed, Jack uncovers the rot lurking beneath the stunning scenery, making himself the target of a criminal more dangerous than any he has faced before.
If he isn't careful, it won't just be a murder he's dealing with in Glencoe.
It'll be a massacre.
Blood and Treachery is the fourth book by number one Amazon best-selling author JD Kirk, perfect for fans of Tartan Noir.
"A breath of fresh air in the crime fiction genre." (L.J. Ross)
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 15 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 11, 2020|
|Publisher||Zertex Media Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #12,280 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#120 in International Mystery & Crime (Audible Books & Originals)
#405 in Police Procedural Mysteries
#614 in International Mystery & Crime (Books)
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The tension grows throughout the book till it boils with an intensity few authors can achieve. This entire series is a wonderful achievement by a skilled and imaginative author.
I look forward to reading the rest.
Top reviews from other countries
pulls you into his world of detection with the ease of a piece of string. DCI Logan a master of rubbing out grey areas, for black and white truth.
This storyline is absolutely gripping, it kept my attention right to the end, at 1:30am!
It's a complicated case for Logan and his team, false leads coming out of the woodwork from every angle.
The suspense and graphic murders in such stunning surroundings are mind blowing, the authors ability to give you visual pictures in your head, without the need of paragraph after paragraph of explanation is astonishing.
There's plenty of hold your breath moments, angry outbursts, giggly episodes, heart breaking emotional tears that really cut to the quick, the loss of a loved character is always difficult to accept in a series.
A rollercoaster series, I never want to get off!
As the case unfolds there are multiple murders, drug gang wars and conspiracy theories as to the trustworthiness of the police force.
There is also another glimpse into Jack Logan’s past life which promises more torment for our hero.
JD Kirk is fast becoming a major force in Scottish Crime Writing and this book once again is fast paced, well structured and opens the door to future case for DCI Logan. 5*
It's useful to have read the previous books but not necessary as there are lots of references which allow the book to stand up on its own.
The narrative is third person and chronological written in a traditional style where the reader doesn't know the killer so can follow the investigation along with the police.
At the end of most chapters there are often cliff hangers in the action which are then picked up a couple of chapters later which is an engaging way to write and makes this book difficult to put down.
As it is so fast paced, there is never time to get familiar with this book and shocking events happen all the way through interspersed by the grim humour of real life.
The action intensifies towards the end and there is a inevitable dramatic final scene.
Almost everything about this book is part of a standard formula for a crime novel and JD Kirk has the ability of being able to put all the parts together brilliantly to make a great novel.