The No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author returns with the much anticipated new Logan McRae thriller.Some things just wont stay buriedLogan McRaes personal history is hardly squeaky clean, but now that he works for Professional Standards its his job to police his fellow officers.When Detective Inspector Bell turns up dead in the drivers seat of a crashed car its a shock to everyone. Because Bell died two years ago, they buried him. Or they thought they did.As an investigation is launched into Bells stabbing, Logan digs into his past. Where has he been all this time? Why did he disappear? And whats so important he felt the need to come back from the dead?But the deeper Logan digs, the more bones he uncoversand there are people out there wholl kill to keep those skeletons buried. If Logan cant stop them, DI Bell wont be the only one to die...
|Title||:||The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11)|
|Number of Pages||:||496 pages|
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The Blood Road (Logan McRae #11) Reviews
My first read of Stuart Macbride novels. Not really to my taste. Too much dialogue taken up with unnecessary bantering between the characters that added nothing to the storyline. And when I realised what the subject of the plot was I lost interest. Don't think I will read another.
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 money and paedophiles undoubtedly go together the “Market” he has created here seems very much like improbable fantasy. The same is the trend for serial killer plots so popular these days with authors. Very tiresome - let’ ...more
Another cracking read in this series. Can’t fault anything about it. Highly recommended series.
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 story which I highly recommend.
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 read the others, but why deprive yourself? Get the whole set and begin with Cold Granite.
What the blurb doesn’t tell you is that at the heart of this book is a really wicked and horrible set of crimes involving young child ...more
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 revealed in the blurb I read. 'The concept of a child auction' is truly horrific and readers should be prepared to be appalled by some of the events in this story. The scenes with the children are sensitively written but ...more
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 of The Blood Road luckily we get plenty of togetherness..Much to Logan's dismay..
The story as ever is a dark and hugely emotive one, this time featuring missing children and the continuing saga of Bell. I like Logan in ...more