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Tag: craig robertson

Crime Fiction

Cold Grave

In the spring of 1994, a body was found on the island of Inchmahome in the middle of the Lake of Menteith, following one of the coldest winters in living memory. The case was never solved yet nearly 20 years later DS Rachel Narey is…

Crime Fiction

Snapshot

When they start dying, no one seems to care. The criminal set of Glasgow are being gunned down, one by one and many think the vigilante killer is doing what the police couldn’t or wouldn’t do themselves. Police photographer, Tony Winters has a fascination with…

Crime Fiction

Guest Review: Random

Phanee received my first ever pre-loved giveaway and kindly agreed to share her thoughts on the book. You can read my review here and compare our opinions. Phanee is one of my favourite book bloggers so go visit her blog, Funny Wool, once you’re finished…

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Pre-Loved Giveaway

I know it’s normal for bloggers to give away new books provided by publishers but I love sharing books and need a way to help reduce my TBR. So every Friday, I’ll be digging through my books to find a pre-loved (that means second hand)…

Crime Fiction

Random

Random by name, random by nature, this debut novel by Glaswegian journalist, Craig Robertson, was a bit of a random purchase. However I’m glad I bought it and read it promptly. This crime “thriller” is told in first person narrative from the point of the…