- Published: 28 January 2020 28 January 2020
I’m a huge fan of the Logan McRae series of novels and they just keep getting better.
All the familiar much-loved characters are there – Steele, Rennie and Tufty – in this topical political story about extreme Scottish nationalists.
The dark humour offsets the gruesome nature of their discoveries in this case. There is a vivid sense of place and the use of local dialect adds colour and realism – I have previously lived in this part of Scotland and Aberdeenshire jumps off the page in all its glory.
This is crime writing at its best and I hope it’s not the last we see of Logan McRae. Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for an ARC to review.