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While there are still a good few 'lol' moments, you become absorbed with the great characters introduced here.
The story's ending is a little too neat and the final pages drag a bit as Brookmyre labors to tie up every loose thread in a way that is designed to satisfy readers.
He handed me the first in the Parlabane series, Quite Ugly One Morning, and suggested I read the first page to decide whether the book might be for me.
There's something about the far northern latitudes -- the weather, perhaps? -- that seems to bring out the noir in the writers who live there. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lance Charnes
Liked the story, but not familiar with a lot of the vernacular of the region.Published 5 months ago by Shirlee F.
Loved this and all the jasmine sharp trilogy really wished there where more.... Not as witty as some of his other books but incredibly engaging characters please bring back Jasmine... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Warren Dudson
This was a pretty good read. Enough intrigue and twists to hold you interest.Published 6 months ago by Elizabeth Olson
many twists and turns. 2different sides working toward the same goal. enjoyed the characters and how to worked to gatherPublished 7 months ago by J. Thalma
It had a title similar to a book by Hillary Mantel that one of our readers recommended and I bought it thinking I was buying the other book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Victoria Galbraith
Great for those times when you need something fast, funny, and entertaining. This guy's a real comedian. Check it out.Published 10 months ago by I'm CrAnky & I Know it
Great story, different style, less satire, the dry wit is still there but still refreshing change. Miss Jack Parlebane thoughPublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer