Cold Granite E–book/E–pub


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    Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read characters Cold Granite With red herrings than you can shake a fishing rod at Scottish author Stuart MacBride has kept me guessing pretty much the whole way through Cold GraniteAberdeen Scotland is the setting and in the midst of winter i

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    read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read Cold Granite E–book/E–pub ”Dead things had always been special to him Their delicate coldness The feel of the skin The ripe sweet smell as they decayed As they returned to God”Detective Logan McRae comes back to work after months of recovery from a savage knife attack from a suspect which left him severely wounded His stomach is a mass of scar tissue His mental state is reasonably stable considering that scars on the body tend to leave sca

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    Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride 45 stars rounded to 5 starsHot Dog I have myself another fabulous series to dig into I love discovering these older series

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    characters Cold Granite Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read The Hook My GR friend Jean and then Christine both gave Cold Granite rousing thumbs up reviews I trust these women so thought “Why not”?The Line ”The lasagne tasted like damp newspaper to him” Lasange is the Scottish rendition of lasagna just in case someone wants to correct my spelling The Sinker As Ch

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    read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read My first book by this author and definitely not my last I became uite attached to DI Logan McCrae and enjoyed m

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    Cold Granite E–book/E–pub “It’s raining; it’s pouring The old man is snoringHe bumped his head and went to bedAnd couldn’t get up in the morning” English nursery rhymeDetective Sergeant Logan MacRae could only wish for such a case But no His very first day back on the job after a year of sick leave after being stabbed while on duty is uite grim Stuart McBride’s debut novel of the Logan MacRae series begins with Aberdeen police at the scene of a grisly di

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    characters Cold Granite Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride With DS Logan McRae back at work after spending a year recovering from a near fatal stabbing he had been directed to ease into the job But when the call came in that a body had been found and that body was of a child he found himse

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    Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read characters Cold Granite This is Stuart MacBride’s debut novel and I was pleasantly surprised how good it was It’s not perfect though and I’ll get to my criticism in a minuteI liked the complex story With toddlers missing the kneecapped body from the harbor the bin bag girl and this was a busy book but the story flowed very well I liked DS Logan McRae I could be wrong but most books set in the UK that I’ve read seem to have a

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    characters Cold Granite Cold Granite E–book/E–pub read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride This is the first novel featuring Detective Sergeant Logan McRae who is a very human and flawed character When we meet him he has been off work for a year after being seriously knifed in the stomach We also learn that whatever happened on the day he was injured resulted in his losing his relationship with pathologist Dr Isobel MacAlister This is unfortunate as their paths will cross many times in this book In fact almost as soon

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    Cold Granite E–book/E–pub Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Stuart MacBride Aye? Shame He was fucking tasty in his day uite the lady killer But we couldn't prove it Detective Inspector Steel There is a lot to like in

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 584
  • Cold Granite
  • Stuart MacBride
  • English
  • 05 October 2020
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characters Cold Granite

characters Cold Granite free read Cold Granite 106 Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read Uldn't get much worse Four year old David Reid's body is discovered in a ditch strangled mutilated and a long time dead And he's only the first There's a serial killer stalking the Granite City and the local media are baying for blo. It s raining it s pouring The old man is snoringHe bumped his head and went to bedAnd couldn t get up in the morning English nursery rhymeDetective Sergeant Logan MacRae could only wish for such a case But no His very first day back on the job after a year of sick leave after being stabbed while on duty is uite grim Stuart McBride s debut novel of the Logan MacRae series begins with Aberdeen police at the scene of a grisly discovery a young boy s strangled mutilated body lying in a ditch The poor wee sod was only three years old It s not long before it s raining missing and dead childrenIt s been a hot humid August in Minnesota and there s nothing like a cold wet thriller to chill me to the bone Cold Granite certainly fits the bill Aberdeen the third largest city in Scotland is known as the Granite City and statistically is the coldest city in the UK I love a thriller where the weather almost becomes another character and Mr McBride certainly manages to make Mother Nature a key figure If it s not raining it s miserably damp and misty If it s not doing either of those it s snowingWhat is most chilling of course is the work of the serial killer But is there really only one killer That s what Logan and his team must learn The victims are all uite young but there are differences between them and things that don t add up Reading about a child abuser was not really what I had in mind when I was looking for a break from the summer heat but McBride manages to skirt around some of the nastiest details In addition he throws in a second case It s supposed to be DI Steele s case but she manages to pass it on to him and he ends up trying to solve the murder of a guy who ended up in the drink with his kneecaps hacked off Entertainment at its best There are twists and turns some of which are predictable but a few wrinkles surprised me The characters are superb DI Insch Logan s boss is a gruff guy with a sweet tooth Man I hope that guy has a good dentist a good endocrinologist and excellent insurance Every time MacRae was around him Insch was popping some kind of candy into his mouth and offering him a piece too Then there s the aforementioned Steele What a tough cookie she is And I can t forget Constable Jackie Watson AKA Ball Breaker I loved her Those are just the cops We also see a lot of Colin Miller the newspaper fella with no scruples and Isobel MacAlister the pathologist Logan used to date another source of ice in this tale We don t get much background but the temperature drops every time the two are anywhere near each other Stuart McBride s characters are flawed funny and so much fun to read His witnesses suspects and killers are very well written also The writing is excellent I so enjoyed the Scottish isms and the bits of humor Don t get me wrong Cold Granite is serious stuff and much of it is really not meant to be read at the breakfast table But if you ve got a strong stomach you may very well find it to be your cup of tea They drink a lot of tea in this book and plenty of stronger stuff too I can t wait to read of this series By the way I read Mr McBride s Goodread s bio It s great for a than a few chuckles Thanks Chris for your recommendation It won t be long before I m on to Dying Light 45 stars

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Cold Granite

characters Cold Granite free read Cold Granite 106 Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read DS Logan McRae and the police in Aberdeen hunt a child killer who stalks the frozen streets Winter in Aberdeen murder mayhem and terrible weather It's DS Logan McRae's first day back on the job after a year off on the sick and it co. 45 stars rounded to 5 starsHot Dog I have myself another fabulous series to dig into I love discovering these older series as there will be books waiting for me whenever I get the urge to revisit the characters In addition there is something about some of these vintage novels that you do not see in books published today Some sort of IT factor that is difficult to explain Cold Granite is the debut novel and a great start to Mr McBride s Logan McRae collection The setting is Aberdeen Scotland What a totally miserable place It s like chapter 20 and STILL raining At least it finally stops When we reach December Then it doesn t stop snowing I ll say one thing though Mr McBride is such a creative guy that I could not help marveling at how many ways he is able to mesmerizingly describe the never changing weather He makes sure we never forget where we are and how wretched an environment it is Made me feel cozy in my nice warm house with a steaming cup of coffeeDS McRae is coming off sick leave after being seriously wounded during his previous case He s supposed to be easing back in Right For the next 2 weeks he does not get any time off as he chases down the suspects of multiple abductions and murders Do we have a serial killer Or are these crimes even related The plot is fast moving and complex It seemed like every time I thought I was starting to figure things out yet another event would occur messing up my thinking This book totally engaged me with all that was going on The characters are very well written Even all the potential baddies are well drawn despite the reader not actually getting into their heads Roadkill was my fave along with Desperate Doug what a loser I loved the cops McRae had my sympathy almost right off the bat His two DI s are a treat DI Insch who I wasn t sure about at first eventually won my affection He s a gruff guy but has a good heart His penchant for eating sugar laden treats is very entertaining especially to a sugar fan such as myself I learned a lot about English confectionaries many I would love to try myself I feel bad they are not available to me here across the pond Then there is DI Steel Oh my She doesn t have a huge part in this story but enough to intrigue me I hope to see of her tough stuff in future books WPC Watson assigned to drive McRae around is a gem Her nickname is Ball Breaker Enough said Oh and Colin Miller the hated by his colleagues crime investigator from the local newspaper I loved seeing the evolution of his relationship with McRaeThe writing is top notch PeriodI am thrilled to have finally discovered Stuart McBride I was totally captivated by Cold Granite and look forward to reading of this series I rate this book 45 stars I cannot help but round up to 5 stars despite the fact that gives me minimal room to award future books a higher rating Oh well it gets what it deserves Needless to say I highly recommend Cold Granite to all crime fictionthriller fans Underneath Our Broken Wings urge to revisit the characters In addition there is something about some of these vintage novels that you do not see in books published today Some sort of IT factor that is difficult to explain Cold Granite is the debut novel and a great start to Mr McBride s Logan McRae collection The setting is Aberdeen Scotland What a totally miserable place It s like chapter 20 and STILL raining At least it finally stops When we reach December Then it doesn t stop snowing I ll say one thing though Mr McBride is such a creative guy that I could not help marveling at how many ways he is able to mesmerizingly describe the never changing weather He makes sure we never forget where we are and how wretched an environment it is Made me feel cozy in my nice warm house with a steaming cup of coffeeDS McRae is coming off sick leave after being seriously wounded during his previous case He s supposed to be easing back in Right For the next 2 weeks he does not get any time off as he chases down the suspects of multiple abductions and murders Do we have a serial killer Or are these crimes even related The plot is fast moving and complex It seemed like every time I thought I was starting to figure things out yet another event would occur messing The Undefeated up to 5 stars despite the fact that gives me minimal room to award future books a higher rating Oh well it gets what it deserves Needless to say I highly recommend Cold Granite to all crime fictionthriller fans

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characters Cold Granite free read Cold Granite 106 Stuart MacBride Æ 6 free read Od Soon the dead are piling up in the morgue almost as fast as the snow on the streets and Logan knows time is running out More children are going missing More are going to die And if Logan isn't careful he could end up joining them. This is Stuart MacBride s debut novel and I was pleasantly surprised how good it was It s not perfect though and I ll get to my criticism in a minuteI liked the complex story With toddlers missing the kneecapped body from the harbor the bin bag girl and this was a busy book but the story flowed very well I liked DS Logan McRae I could be wrong but most books set in the UK that I ve read seem to have a lead character who is a DI with a DS sidekick Main character DS McRae was a nice change I liked DI Insch and his laid back management style I even liked Roadkill and I could just smell his steadings I also liked the humorNow critically at 458 pages the book was too long There was a lot of repetition that eventually became boring Examples are Insch with his constant eating of sweets and sitting half cheeked on desktops McRae with his vulnerable abdominal scarring and the constant denigration of the lawyer I don t need to be constantly reminded of these things and the book would have benefitted from a strong editing Some characters like Dr Isobel MacAlister didn t get as well developed and her history with McRae had no depthOverall I enjoyed this book and will continue with the book number 2 I am hoping for growth both in the characters and the author