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A murdered family-man. A young woman tortured and set on fire. A face from the past… DI Nathaniel Caslin is stable, for the first time in years. Now, he can look to the future, or so he thought. Granting a small favour to a friend, can often be anything but simple... When the only link between two apparently random murders appears to be an aging, Catholic priest, Caslin A murdered family-man. A young woman tortured and set on fire. A face from the past… DI Nathaniel Caslin is stable, for the first time in years. Now, he can look to the future, or so he thought. Granting a small favour to a friend, can often be anything but simple... When the only link between two apparently random murders appears to be an aging, Catholic priest, Caslin is thrust into a world of long-buried secrets. Drawing unwanted attention from the intelligence services, he must consider if the man he once trusted above all others, is now playing by his own rules. With professional killers circling, Caslin must face uncomfortable truths about those seeking redemption. Sometimes, justice is best served from the wrong side of the law. With the net tightening, the level of threat increases. Will Caslin, along with those closest to him, be the last victims of a forgotten conflict? Haunting, dark and intense, The Dogs in the Street is a fast-paced thriller from the exciting, new talent in Crime Noir. Buy it today!


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A murdered family-man. A young woman tortured and set on fire. A face from the past… DI Nathaniel Caslin is stable, for the first time in years. Now, he can look to the future, or so he thought. Granting a small favour to a friend, can often be anything but simple... When the only link between two apparently random murders appears to be an aging, Catholic priest, Caslin A murdered family-man. A young woman tortured and set on fire. A face from the past… DI Nathaniel Caslin is stable, for the first time in years. Now, he can look to the future, or so he thought. Granting a small favour to a friend, can often be anything but simple... When the only link between two apparently random murders appears to be an aging, Catholic priest, Caslin is thrust into a world of long-buried secrets. Drawing unwanted attention from the intelligence services, he must consider if the man he once trusted above all others, is now playing by his own rules. With professional killers circling, Caslin must face uncomfortable truths about those seeking redemption. Sometimes, justice is best served from the wrong side of the law. With the net tightening, the level of threat increases. Will Caslin, along with those closest to him, be the last victims of a forgotten conflict? Haunting, dark and intense, The Dogs in the Street is a fast-paced thriller from the exciting, new talent in Crime Noir. Buy it today!

30 review for The Dogs in the Street

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Ok. Gave the three books a try thanks to Kindle Unlimited. This one did not hold together for me. Many stupid moves. He does survive in the end, beyond all reason, but I won't be reading the fourth book. Ok. Gave the three books a try thanks to Kindle Unlimited. This one did not hold together for me. Many stupid moves. He does survive in the end, beyond all reason, but I won't be reading the fourth book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Francesca

    Fast-paced thriller. The best in the series so far. Nate Caslin is a great ,well- rounded character .

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    This book is much more rounded, realistic and believable although quite cliched. Not great but better than the first two offerings. Unfortunately I am unlikely to continue with this author

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ann Marie

    Caslin is my buddy. And this one included a jaunt to Ireland!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Great British Police Procedural Series set in York Have read all three books of the DI Nate Caslin series set in York & Yorkshire...Dalgliesh just keeps getting better with each book. I’m obsessed with crime fiction set in NE England...after spending a week in York in May i’m in love with the city. Dalgliesh (especially in Book 3), weaves descriptions of York into the narrative really well, and when i read his books, it’s like I’m back there on vacation. AND the stories are credible and the chara Great British Police Procedural Series set in York Have read all three books of the DI Nate Caslin series set in York & Yorkshire...Dalgliesh just keeps getting better with each book. I’m obsessed with crime fiction set in NE England...after spending a week in York in May i’m in love with the city. Dalgliesh (especially in Book 3), weaves descriptions of York into the narrative really well, and when i read his books, it’s like I’m back there on vacation. AND the stories are credible and the character development has been fantastic. Fans of British Police Procedurals will love this series...start with Book 1. Can’t wait for Book #4!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    This book was every bit as good as its predecessors. It did carry an extra edge of tension which, at one point, made me put it down for a period whilst I braced myself for what was to come. If only I had known - it was only the precursor to much more tension. There were a number of unanswered questions by the end which I am hoping will be revisited in subsequent books. Nate also has a decision to make before the beginning of the next book but neither he nor the reader know what it will be Once aga This book was every bit as good as its predecessors. It did carry an extra edge of tension which, at one point, made me put it down for a period whilst I braced myself for what was to come. If only I had known - it was only the precursor to much more tension. There were a number of unanswered questions by the end which I am hoping will be revisited in subsequent books. Nate also has a decision to make before the beginning of the next book but neither he nor the reader know what it will be Once again this was a strong story with credible characters and told well. I enjoyed it very much.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Irene agnoli

    A Great series! This was a great series of books each as exciting as the last. The characters are well developed and interesting. If you like plots that don't be necessarily go were you thought they would, enjoy ever word on these. Read the whole series from one on. You will love them! A Great series! This was a great series of books each as exciting as the last. The characters are well developed and interesting. If you like plots that don't be necessarily go were you thought they would, enjoy ever word on these. Read the whole series from one on. You will love them!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    The Dogs in the Street is the third book in the Dark Yorkshire series by J M Dalgliesh. DI Nate Caslin's control over his life has improved, and when asked to do a favor for the journalist (with whom he has a connection from earlier books), Caslin looks into the disappearance of a young woman. Things get messy in a big way, and a friend from his past makes an appearance. Fast-paced with an interesting twist, Caslin discovers a scary connection with the intelligence services. Read in August. Review The Dogs in the Street is the third book in the Dark Yorkshire series by J M Dalgliesh. DI Nate Caslin's control over his life has improved, and when asked to do a favor for the journalist (with whom he has a connection from earlier books), Caslin looks into the disappearance of a young woman. Things get messy in a big way, and a friend from his past makes an appearance. Fast-paced with an interesting twist, Caslin discovers a scary connection with the intelligence services. Read in August. Review scheduled for British Detectives/Noir. 2018. Print length: 241 pages.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    Read the first three in quick succession. I'm looking forward to the next volume. Well paced, well plotted suspense/crime novels. The self destructive, damaged cop hero is a bit of a cliche, but I can live with that, as a cliche, it works well enough. It's also well written, few, if any, typos or grammatical errors to irritate and spoil the reading experience. Read the first three in quick succession. I'm looking forward to the next volume. Well paced, well plotted suspense/crime novels. The self destructive, damaged cop hero is a bit of a cliche, but I can live with that, as a cliche, it works well enough. It's also well written, few, if any, typos or grammatical errors to irritate and spoil the reading experience.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Mitchell

    They just keep getting better I am absolutely loving this series of books. The plots are very well executed and not just run of the mill pollice track down killer and all is well. The characters are very well thought out. No screen drama, just normal people which makes for a very good read. I am totally hooked .

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    Another great entry in the Dark Yorkshire series which follows on the story in the first two books. An enjoyable listen with Gregg Patmore doing an excellent job of the narration. Looking forward to listening to the nxt audiobook in the series. I received a free copy of this audiobook either from the author or a promotion or giveaway and am voluntarily writing an honest and unbiased review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michael Sanderson-green

    I listened to all first three books as a package deal , very good deal and worth a listen , well performed by the narrator. I notice the next three volumes are available as a package but i may wait to see if it becomes available on audible. The third book i enjoyed and can see the authors growth and development of the series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ed Napiorkowski

    The Dark Yorkshire series is aptly titled with dark passages and fast action. Thoroughly entertaining character and a twisting and turning yet very well constructed storyline. Read the author's notes for an overview of the plot, my review is simply to see it is an entertaining and engaging read, well worthy of three stars bordering on four. The Dark Yorkshire series is aptly titled with dark passages and fast action. Thoroughly entertaining character and a twisting and turning yet very well constructed storyline. Read the author's notes for an overview of the plot, my review is simply to see it is an entertaining and engaging read, well worthy of three stars bordering on four.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    We have a compromised detective addicted to pain killers yet a clever thinker along some fight scenes created for a television series and other tropes of the genre. However, the stories are gripping enough, especially in talking book form, for a good long drive. And guess what, they are set in Yorkshire! York especially.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Eve Stone

    Enjoying this series very much! Liked the location, and the characters. Their relationships are really interesting, changing, and plot always keep me guessing. Hope there will be more! Thanks. 😉

  16. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Great addition to this series Another excellent book in this series. The stories are so well written and fast paced with nice complex twists in the plot. Can't wait for the next one! Great addition to this series Another excellent book in this series. The stories are so well written and fast paced with nice complex twists in the plot. Can't wait for the next one!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kaye Cook

    Another winner So Pleased to find this author. Interesting, well written mysteries. I've read all three of his books ,and look forward to the fourth. The quality of the writing is impressive. Kaye Cook Another winner So Pleased to find this author. Interesting, well written mysteries. I've read all three of his books ,and look forward to the fourth. The quality of the writing is impressive. Kaye Cook

  18. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis H. Pajka

    I loved all three books even they were kind of long. The story is so interesting and always active. It keeps you interested all the time. The first book was 9 hours, the second book was 6 hours and the third book was 5 hours but there was never a dull moment. Don't let the length of the books turn you off. You will love them as much as I did. Great read. I loved all three books even they were kind of long. The story is so interesting and always active. It keeps you interested all the time. The first book was 9 hours, the second book was 6 hours and the third book was 5 hours but there was never a dull moment. Don't let the length of the books turn you off. You will love them as much as I did. Great read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary E SMYTH

    I hesitate to review this book. I usually am extremely enthusiastic about J.M.Dalgliesh's writing. However I did not enjoy this one so much. I felt the plot was over complicated and hard to follow. Also the punishment that Nathaniel suffered was more than any one body could withstand. In spite of the criticism I intend to read number 4. I hesitate to review this book. I usually am extremely enthusiastic about J.M.Dalgliesh's writing. However I did not enjoy this one so much. I felt the plot was over complicated and hard to follow. Also the punishment that Nathaniel suffered was more than any one body could withstand. In spite of the criticism I intend to read number 4.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Diane E

    Very chilling DI Caslin is asked to find a young woman . An accountant is murdered . Caslin gets pulled into an extremely dangerous case with bodies piling up and danger to his own life imminent .

  21. 5 out of 5

    Donna Irwin

    I didn’t think this was nearly as good as the first two books - all a bit far fetched really. Still I like the character of DI Caslin and I enjoy location spotting in my home town of York and the North York Moors, so still three stars !

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jean

    I listened to this book. It is quite hard to put down (stayed up for hours). I think I will be reading it again, because I would have a hard time explaining who dun-what. Nevertheless, I recommend this book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tom Grealy

    My first J M Dalgleish set in Yorkshire. Fast moving thriller with the excellent Detective Inspector Nathaniel Caslin, investigating two murders in parallel. Unbelievable plot, well written, a bit on the dark side. I truly enjoyed reading the book

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alexes Hourigan

    Wasn't sure with the title but turned out great Wasn't sure with the title but turned out great

  25. 4 out of 5

    Louise Pass

    What a ride! Even better than the first two books! Dark doings, mysterious deaths, violence, and on top of that spies! Read this book!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jane C. Anderson

    The Dogs in the Street So the saga continues from Book 2. You have to read Book 2 before reading this book to know what the Investigators are aiming to find out

  27. 5 out of 5

    Carol Elsden

    What a great read! The third book in a riveting new series of British police procedurals. Thoroughly enjoy reading each one. I am looking forward to the next episodes!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Connie Steinberg

    Pay attention! There is so much going on in this series especially the third book that it is hard to keep track. Strong characters and complex story

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gary and Sandra Sims

    Very good series Read all three books and found them gripping. Great start for this new author, can't wait for the next book to come out. Very good series Read all three books and found them gripping. Great start for this new author, can't wait for the next book to come out.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anne Hill

    Liked A bit farfetched, but an enjoyable read. Nathaniel seems to have no end of friends with sketchy backgrounds. He seems to have beaten a few of his demons.

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