The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11)

The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11)

The No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author returns with the much anticipated new Logan McRae thriller. Some things just won?t stay buried? Logan McRae?s personal history is hardly squeaky clean, but now that he works for Professional Standards it?s his job to police his fellow officers. When Detective Inspector Bell turns up dead in the driver?s seat of a crashed car it?s a sho The No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author returns with the much anticipated new Logan McRae thrill...

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Title:The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11)
Author:Stuart MacBride
Rating:
Genres:Mystery
ISBN:0008208212
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:496 pages pages

The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11) Reviews

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Jun 17, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

  • Karen Brooks
    Jun 25, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

  • Kevin McMahon
    Jul 07, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

  • Kate
    May 18, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

  • Lesley
    Jul 01, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

  • Richard
    Jun 21, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

  • Eva
    May 24, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

  • Angela Verdenius
    Jun 27, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

    I have read all the Logan McRae titles. I love Stuart MacBride's writing. His character descriptions & nicknames make the books so enjoyable, & I like how he uses faux radio programs, text messages, & everyday occurrences as part of his storyline. I even enjoy the Scottish ...

    Another fantastic book from Stuart MacBride! Glad to see this one is about Logan McRae and that its set in Aberdeen again, although I did enjoy the 2 that were set in Banff. A gripping read from the start until the end but glad its essentially 1 storyline rather than a couple that prev...

    Logan McRae is back!! Everyone's favourite detective now works for Professional Standards but ofcourse he gets pulled into several cases. I received this book as an ARC and it was so good. Logan is my personal favourite detective and I enjoy Stuart Macbrides writing so much. Read th...

    Another entertaining read full of real-life characters, humour, murder, mayhem, some hi-jinks, but also underlying it all is a very serious and gut-churning crime theme. I just cannot recommend this series highly enough. My only gripe is that I've finished it and now have to wait for t...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Jun 24, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

  • Jane Hunt
    Jun 18, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

  • Mary Picken
    Jun 19, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

  • Sandy
    Jun 28, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

  • Lacer
    Jun 20, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

  • Mike
    Jun 29, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

  • Biggus
    Jun 23, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

  • Greville Waterman
    Jun 11, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

  • Kent
    Jun 20, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

  • Siobhan
    Mar 30, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

  • Roy
    Jun 16, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

  • Paromjit
    Jun 11, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

  • Tara
    Jun 23, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

  • Jay Dwight
    Jun 20, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

  • Iain Scott
    Jul 05, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

    I have read all the Logan McRae titles. I love Stuart MacBride's writing. His character descriptions & nicknames make the books so enjoyable, & I like how he uses faux radio programs, text messages, & everyday occurrences as part of his storyline. I even enjoy the Scottish ...

    Another fantastic book from Stuart MacBride! Glad to see this one is about Logan McRae and that its set in Aberdeen again, although I did enjoy the 2 that were set in Banff. A gripping read from the start until the end but glad its essentially 1 storyline rather than a couple that prev...

    Logan McRae is back!! Everyone's favourite detective now works for Professional Standards but ofcourse he gets pulled into several cases. I received this book as an ARC and it was so good. Logan is my personal favourite detective and I enjoy Stuart Macbrides writing so much. Read th...

    Another entertaining read full of real-life characters, humour, murder, mayhem, some hi-jinks, but also underlying it all is a very serious and gut-churning crime theme. I just cannot recommend this series highly enough. My only gripe is that I've finished it and now have to wait for t...

    Another great tale in the dark world of McRae Great characters, twisting dark tale of everyday north-east criminals plus some despicable baddies; laugh out loud funny, real moments of tension and finally our hero wins again... Well mostly. ...

  • Laura
    Jun 04, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

    I have read all the Logan McRae titles. I love Stuart MacBride's writing. His character descriptions & nicknames make the books so enjoyable, & I like how he uses faux radio programs, text messages, & everyday occurrences as part of his storyline. I even enjoy the Scottish ...

    Another fantastic book from Stuart MacBride! Glad to see this one is about Logan McRae and that its set in Aberdeen again, although I did enjoy the 2 that were set in Banff. A gripping read from the start until the end but glad its essentially 1 storyline rather than a couple that prev...

    Logan McRae is back!! Everyone's favourite detective now works for Professional Standards but ofcourse he gets pulled into several cases. I received this book as an ARC and it was so good. Logan is my personal favourite detective and I enjoy Stuart Macbrides writing so much. Read th...

  • Tracy Collier
    Jun 16, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

    I have read all the Logan McRae titles. I love Stuart MacBride's writing. His character descriptions & nicknames make the books so enjoyable, & I like how he uses faux radio programs, text messages, & everyday occurrences as part of his storyline. I even enjoy the Scottish ...

    Another fantastic book from Stuart MacBride! Glad to see this one is about Logan McRae and that its set in Aberdeen again, although I did enjoy the 2 that were set in Banff. A gripping read from the start until the end but glad its essentially 1 storyline rather than a couple that prev...

  • Board inMalibu
    Jul 02, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

  • Julie
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

  • Kerry Swinnerton
    Jul 10, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

  • Liz
    Jun 23, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...

    I mentally squealed with delight when I saw that my audiobook service had this book. Even though it was over 16 hours to listen through. But, if there is one author I can trust completely to make all those 16 hours of pure fun and bloody joy is it Stuart MacBride. And, I speed it up so...

    Stuart MacBride has been on my list of go-to authors for as long as I can remember. Every time there?s a new book of his on the horizon, my anticipations and expectations are sky high but I also always have faith that he?ll deliver. So of course I dropped whatever it was I was doin...

    This is my favourite crime series in the world - everything about these books to my mind is perfect, not least the incredible personalities we meet. Roberta Steel will live long in legend and I'm delighted to say that she gets her time in the rain in The Blood Road. The story here is p...

    Where to begin. If youre reading this youre obvisouly a massive fan. The story blends yhe usual comic humour with the darkest of deeds once again. We have the multiple plot threads which come to a boil. We have the loveable characters that MacBride has so wonderfully created. I love Lo...

    Stuart MacBride rules - he can write no wrong. Nothing else needs to be said :) ...

    My favourite series. I love Logan and his quips and the supporting characters always crack me up. On a side note, this book touched on a pretty intense topic and ultimately gave me the creeps! P.S. I feel as if I'm the only non-Steel fan ? ...

    Really enjoyed this crime thriller from Stuart Macbride. We're dealing with dark subject matter - murders, child abductions. However the narrative is lightened by the interactions between the police working the cases, many of which I found quite hilarious. A thoroughly engaging s...

    Another brilliant read by Stuart MacBride. You almost want to sign up for the police. I said almost!! Good banter between the characters. Although there is gruesome bits in the plots, the way the police characters lighten the mood with funny banter is a coping method to what they w...

    If you are a fan of the series (as I am) don't read this. And no, it isn't because of the subject matter, I couldn't care less one way or another, it just isn't a good book. Everyone is full of witty banter, everyone is clever, rank doesn't mean anything in this police force, the relat...

    McRae eleven sounds amazing. Excuse me while I obsess over the possibilities. So need this in my life. ...

    If you haven?t tried this series, you should, you really, really, should. Stuart MacBride is so on form with the latest in his Logan McRae series that you?d almost think he is enjoying himself. It is perfectly easy to dip into The Blood Road from a standing start without having ...

    Starting a series at book eleven is probably not the best way to become acquainted with the characters, but despite this being my first Logan McRae book I found the characters delightfully quirky and wholly authentic. 'The Blood Road', as the name suggests has a dark theme, not rev...

    Disturbing subject matter but saved by protagonist DI Logan McRae?s dialogue and the many quirky, oddball, strange and vulgar recurring supporting characters. Been a fan of MacBride?s for a while and anxiously awaited this new installment. DI Logan in Professional Standards was a s...

    It never stops raining in Aberdeen - at least not over the few days this book covers. I'm not sure when anyone manages to dry off. And almost all the policemen and women are strange, silly, or plain stupid. Apart from the hero. It's not surprising that the general public don't have m...

    The 11th in the Logan Mcrae series and this one is a belter. Logan is now with Professional Standards and it kicks off with DI Bell who apparently died two years ago turning up dead having been stabbed. From there we have the death of a DS and a number of missing children from througho...

    Yet another sensational instalment in a Scottish crime series that even though it started fabulously, just keep getting better and better. In this latest ?episode? DI Logan McRae and his team of Tufty, Rennie and the best written female detective in any series (alternately infuriat...

    The best Logan Macrae so far. I'm still not certain whether Mr MacBride is well researched or just a very sick man. As the rest of this series, there is nothing heartwarming about the plot, in fact, it is disgustingly sinister. The book again relies on the Aberdeen Police and the dive...

    I think I have read all the books in this series by MacBride. He creates interesting characters, writes fluidly and the dialogue is often witty. BUT ... I getting very tired of the many authors, and he is sadly becoming one, who invent implausible crimes and criminals. Although mone...

    Not the best one, but still a good one. This one seems to have lost the momentum that carried all the previous books, and the continuum from the previous book is almost non existent. Mention is made in the previous book of a change of placement for Logan but I was a little lost at the ...

    I gave up on this longstanding series a few years, why, I can't remember, and I will certainly be making up for lost time and reading the books I missed, given how enjoyable was the eleventh book in this series. It felt a bit like coming home and I was able to catch up quite easily ...

    I love the Logan McRae books, in this one McRae is finally off that island (not my favourite books in the series) and back in Aberdeen working for Professional Standards. Logan gets called into a case where a police officer who had been meant to be dead for the past few years, turns up...

    I have read all the Logan McRae titles. I love Stuart MacBride's writing. His character descriptions & nicknames make the books so enjoyable, & I like how he uses faux radio programs, text messages, & everyday occurrences as part of his storyline. I even enjoy the Scottish ...

  • Kirsty 📚📖❤️
    Jun 21, 2018

    This is the 11th in what is a favourite series of mine featuring DI Logan McRae, set in Aberdeen. At this stage, we are all familiar with the style, type of content, the comic humour juxtaposed with the bleak, the multiple threads in the tale, the familiar characters in all their glory...

    When I skimmed the blurb for this book there came a point where I stopped, gave my head a shake & thought: I really should read more carefully because I?d swear it just said Logan MacRae was working for Professional Standards?.*reads again*?.Good lord, it?s true. Oooook...

    I love this series so much. Actually I've loved all this authors books but there's a special love involved in one featuring Logan and Steele for many many reasons... There's just no substitute anywhere in crime fiction for this pair, whether featured together or apart, in the case o...

    'm a latecomer to this series. I read A Dark so Deadly a wile back then started on the McRae series. I read Cold Granite just last week and still have the ones in between that and this latest one so some of the questions I have will no doubt be answered as I play catch but I did like t...