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Easy Prey: A Nathan Hawk Mystery (The Nathan Hawk Mystery series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I found the book's premise somewhat hard to swallow although the expected "chase" did have a lot of good moments. The travelogue about Scotland was a bit too long.
None of the above, however, will stop me from reading another in the series.
`I snapped my fingers but they were slightly too full of alcohol to make a clicking sound.' paints a perfect word picture.
The pace of the story was good, helped by numerous changes in location, extending to the outer reaches of the Western Iles and there are many interesting bit parts. I particularly liked Mrs. Laing the postman's wife on Uist, described as `a hatchet faced woman with a stooped and shrivelled body giving an impression of being forever in defiance of the elements' lovely stuff. I wish I had written that.
The Scottish players were all described authentically and not overdone, as sometimes happens with writers who have no real idea of the West of Scotland character idiosyncrasies. Being Scottish myself I have an eagle eye for such gaffs.
The main theme of the book is revenge but to explain this would be to waste the plot entirely.
The ends are all tied in neatly with a satisfying conclusion, and the book left me with a feeling that I had come to know Hawk, his family, and his special doctor friend very well, quite a feat for a slightly jaded constant reader like me. I would have no problem recommending this writer for further reading.
One small criticism, the book is a bit hard to find on Amazon because there is a book with a similar title by John Sandford.
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