Crack Down: A Kate Brannigan Mystery - V. L. McDermid Reviews
Description:ISBN 1932859209 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: V. L. McDermid / Paperback / 248 Pages / Book is published 2006-09 by Bywater Books
Newest Review: ... book;== My overall opinion was this was a good gritty crime novel. It was written in a clear and crisp way, full of suspense ... more
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==Background:== I have only very recently started reading novels by this crime writer after a long break from her work. Many years ago I read 'Killing the shadows' then a few weeks ago I re-newed my acquaintance with her writing with 'Final edition'. So I was keen to try another one of her books and when I saw this one on sale at half price at my local bookshop I thought I must purchase it. ==About the author:== Val McDermid was born in Scotland in 1955. Like many successful writers her grounding was 16 years in journalism, before moving into writing books full time. So far she has writing 27 novels, five in the Lindsay Gordon series, six ... Read the complete review
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