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Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made? Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed 'Mister Whisper,' earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process. Now, he spends his days working in Glasgow's Major Incident Team, and his nights reliving the horrors of what he saw. And what he did. Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made? Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed 'Mister Whisper,' earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process. Now, he spends his days working in Glasgow's Major Incident Team, and his nights reliving the horrors of what he saw. And what he did. When another child disappears a hundred miles north in the Highlands, Jack is sent to lead the investigation and bring the boy home. But as similarities between the two cases grow, could it be that Jack caught the wrong man all those years ago? And, if so, is the real Mister Whisper about to claim his fourth victim? A Litter of Bones is the explosive debut crime thriller novel from JD Kirk, an exciting new voice in Scottish crime fiction.


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Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made? Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed 'Mister Whisper,' earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process. Now, he spends his days working in Glasgow's Major Incident Team, and his nights reliving the horrors of what he saw. And what he did. Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made? Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed 'Mister Whisper,' earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process. Now, he spends his days working in Glasgow's Major Incident Team, and his nights reliving the horrors of what he saw. And what he did. When another child disappears a hundred miles north in the Highlands, Jack is sent to lead the investigation and bring the boy home. But as similarities between the two cases grow, could it be that Jack caught the wrong man all those years ago? And, if so, is the real Mister Whisper about to claim his fourth victim? A Litter of Bones is the explosive debut crime thriller novel from JD Kirk, an exciting new voice in Scottish crime fiction.

30 review for A Litter of Bones

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Score! Just a quickie review of a book found lurking on my kindle. I really enjoyed this. Set in Scotland, you get a twisty mystery/investigation but what lifts this above many in the genre are the great characters. MC Logan is a smart but fallible man with a keenly observant & dry sense of humour. He gets parachuted into a rural force when they catch a case that resembles one he worked on years ago. His interaction with the local police & residents is entertaining & the dialogue really makes th Score! Just a quickie review of a book found lurking on my kindle. I really enjoyed this. Set in Scotland, you get a twisty mystery/investigation but what lifts this above many in the genre are the great characters. MC Logan is a smart but fallible man with a keenly observant & dry sense of humour. He gets parachuted into a rural force when they catch a case that resembles one he worked on years ago. His interaction with the local police & residents is entertaining & the dialogue really makes the story. My first book by this author & since I immediately picked up book 2, it won't be the last.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lou

    A Litter of Bones is the first novel in the DCI Logan Crime Thriller series and is a mix of classic police procedural and mystery-thriller set in Bonny Scotland. Admittedly, it is quite formulaic and follows a group of characters who are rather stereotypical and similar to many other books, but is it even possible to write a completely unique thriller? That being said, it doesn't take away from the fact that this is a great debut. It's polished and well written but manages to remain gritty at th A Litter of Bones is the first novel in the DCI Logan Crime Thriller series and is a mix of classic police procedural and mystery-thriller set in Bonny Scotland. Admittedly, it is quite formulaic and follows a group of characters who are rather stereotypical and similar to many other books, but is it even possible to write a completely unique thriller? That being said, it doesn't take away from the fact that this is a great debut. It's polished and well written but manages to remain gritty at the same time. I was also pleasantly surprised by some of the wit and humour throughout as I was not expecting it but it contrasted with the dark, disturbing narrative perfectly. From the opening pages, JD Kirk lands you right into the middle of the action-packed story and given it is under 300 pages in length there is little to no padding which was appreciated; it's literally all killer no filler. Even though the characters weren't particularly original I still enjoyed Jack Logan's no-nonsense approach to everything, his traditional ways and his often grouchy attitude and the descriptions of the Scottish Highlands painted a picture so vivid and beautiful in my head I felt like I was there. It becomes incredibly difficult to put down as there is a lot of threads to the plot and they engage you so much that it pushes you to read on to find out what exactly is going on. This is a cleverly plotted, chilling and unpredictable read, but be warned there is horrendous cruelty to cats, and although it certainly fits with the character of the perpetrator it may trigger some people. If you enjoy crime programmes such as Taggart this is a book you will find as captivating as I did. It also reminded me a lot of Scottish writers Stuart MacBride and Douglas Lindsay. Many thanks to BOTBS for an ARC.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lyn❤Loves❤Listening #AUDIOBOOKADDICT

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  4. 5 out of 5

    M.A. Comley

    It's not often I get the opportunity to read a book before it's published that blows my mind, this one did this, hands down. Little Connor goes missing while walking in the woods with his dad one day. Certain events have the hallmarks of another killer that DCI Jack Logan put away ten years before. Jack Logan is tasked with finding Connor, the resemblance to the other cases where the children were found murdered has Jack doubting if he put the right man in prison. To say more would spoil so many It's not often I get the opportunity to read a book before it's published that blows my mind, this one did this, hands down. Little Connor goes missing while walking in the woods with his dad one day. Certain events have the hallmarks of another killer that DCI Jack Logan put away ten years before. Jack Logan is tasked with finding Connor, the resemblance to the other cases where the children were found murdered has Jack doubting if he put the right man in prison. To say more would spoil so many of the amazing twists and turns in this incredible book. This is a phenomenal novel and the reveal left me with my mouth gaping open. I read A Litter of Bones in one sitting and HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT to all thriller fans.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    Didn’t expect to start laughing about a sheep whilst reading a thriller. 😂 This was a pleasant read and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series

  6. 4 out of 5

    LenaRibka

    A very good start for a new series. It has everything I like: * the settings- I love it! * DCI Logan is a main character I can spend a lot of time with (I like when fictional characters have a sense of humor, despite the difficult situation they are in), I prefer my detectives to be difficult, rough and loyal. *a suspenseful and thrilling plot - even if I, personally, HATE when a cell doesn't have any reception when it is the most important thing in the whole F*** WORLD!!! (sometimes I think the c A very good start for a new series. It has everything I like: * the settings- I love it! * DCI Logan is a main character I can spend a lot of time with (I like when fictional characters have a sense of humor, despite the difficult situation they are in), I prefer my detectives to be difficult, rough and loyal. *a suspenseful and thrilling plot - even if I, personally, HATE when a cell doesn't have any reception when it is the most important thing in the whole F*** WORLD!!! (sometimes I think the cell phones were on purpose developed this way to have no signal when your life depends on it, just to have a reason for horror movies. Up to the next book! Now I'll try an audio book ;)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shalini

    Omg omg what a twisted tale this was. I had my heart in my mouth the whole time. A missing child and a known pedophile who was supposedly locked up in jail. The past and the present coming together. One man connected both. DCI JACK Logan. There were so many disjointed thoughts I had after reading the book. The excitement and the adrenaline high cut off my brain thoughts and just words spluttered out. Logan had arrested Petrie the Whisper Man years ago, and that case took everything from him, the Omg omg what a twisted tale this was. I had my heart in my mouth the whole time. A missing child and a known pedophile who was supposedly locked up in jail. The past and the present coming together. One man connected both. DCI JACK Logan. There were so many disjointed thoughts I had after reading the book. The excitement and the adrenaline high cut off my brain thoughts and just words spluttered out. Logan had arrested Petrie the Whisper Man years ago, and that case took everything from him, the details and perversions of the perp drained him out both as a person and cop. Cut to the present. A child Connor went missing, his parents distraught, and a teddy bear was delivered. All the clues pointed toward the Whisper Man making a comeback. But he was locked up, wasn't he? Had Logan arrested the wrong man or was this a copy cat? Shivery, haunting theories!! My first book by JD Kirk, and what a debut of the series!! It knocked the breath out of my lungs. Every page I turned felt like a race against time. I was totally in Team Logan. The book read fast, it was invigorating, and there was a freshness to the prose. Set in Glasgow, the writing had an authentic flavor to it. Kirk made it so easy to get involved with the story. I found myself accompanying Logan everywhere. Another hero and now the author has a fan in me. I just have to declare it. JD Kirk is an awesome writer. Another police procedural which had me grappling to get to the truth. Got to mention the team, they were all funny and great and knew when to be serious. They were strong and yet flawed. Good humans. The twists in the story were well placed and had me gasping when the final reveal was revealed. Everything boggled my mind. It was fabulous. I loved the first book in the Logan series and you bet, this is going to be one of the best I have read. Fantastic breakfast read. I told ya, broken thoughts and high adrenaline

  8. 4 out of 5

    Philomena Callan Cheekypee

    A Litter of Bones is a well written debut novel that I literally inhaled in one sitting. This story was so so good. Little Connor goes missing while in the woods with his dad. DCI Jack Logan is called in to to find Connor. The case is too similar to a case he solved years ago. Is it connected? I really liked DCI Jack Logan and his team. I’m looking forward to reading more from this author in the future.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    J.D. Kirk writes comedy under a different pen name but believe me this is far from comical. I liked the character of DCI Logan and I liked the team he worked with. The story plot was very good and the writing was excellent. So why not a 3 or 5 star rating?? Because the animal torture was NOT!!! I almost didn't finish the book. I'm going to try another and if it continues in that vain...it will be my last one. J.D. Kirk writes comedy under a different pen name but believe me this is far from comical. I liked the character of DCI Logan and I liked the team he worked with. The story plot was very good and the writing was excellent. So why not a 3 or 5 star rating?? Because the animal torture was NOT!!! I almost didn't finish the book. I'm going to try another and if it continues in that vain...it will be my last one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Liked this Kindle Unlimited read a lot..launching the second in the DCI Logan Scottish crime series for my reading pleasure on a train ride downtown. A child killer is locked up but a similar crime in the highlands area demands Logan's trip north. Liked this Kindle Unlimited read a lot..launching the second in the DCI Logan Scottish crime series for my reading pleasure on a train ride downtown. A child killer is locked up but a similar crime in the highlands area demands Logan's trip north.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Good seamless murder mystery. Goodreads overview of the series states DCI Logan has a drinking problem but there isn't one drink taken in this book, just hard work with little sleep. Glad to have found this series. Good seamless murder mystery. Goodreads overview of the series states DCI Logan has a drinking problem but there isn't one drink taken in this book, just hard work with little sleep. Glad to have found this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Pat (not getting friend updates currently)

    Nothing unique here but very, very solid police procedural/mystery. Awesome for a debut. Plenty of dark grittiness and I will definitely keep reading this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Paul Ataua

    Yes, the mystery was interesting enough, and development and disclosure were well constructed, but I just felt the detective was such an obnoxious character that I really couldn’t enjoy it. The irony was that although the story centered on him clearing himself of the accusation that he had sent the wrong person to prison years ago, his whole behavior suggested he was the kind of cop who might be guilty of such a charge. We have to stop glorifying these 'ends justify the means' cops. Yes, the mystery was interesting enough, and development and disclosure were well constructed, but I just felt the detective was such an obnoxious character that I really couldn’t enjoy it. The irony was that although the story centered on him clearing himself of the accusation that he had sent the wrong person to prison years ago, his whole behavior suggested he was the kind of cop who might be guilty of such a charge. We have to stop glorifying these 'ends justify the means' cops.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Callon

    This novel started as a run-of-the-mill detective story with the unconventional central character DCI Logan ignoring procedure and making some serious mistakes. There was plenty of the usual male banter one typically finds in British police mysteries laced with some local Scottish slang terms like 'scrote' that kept the dialogue lively and interesting. There were false leads and some red herrings that kept my interest in identifying the perp. The build-up to the conclusion was brilliant; it felt This novel started as a run-of-the-mill detective story with the unconventional central character DCI Logan ignoring procedure and making some serious mistakes. There was plenty of the usual male banter one typically finds in British police mysteries laced with some local Scottish slang terms like 'scrote' that kept the dialogue lively and interesting. There were false leads and some red herrings that kept my interest in identifying the perp. The build-up to the conclusion was brilliant; it felt like you were looking at a present that was being slowly unwrapped - no it's not this guy, nor this one. It kept you guessing until the last few pages. Review was written by Shawn Callon, author of The Diplomatic Spy

  15. 4 out of 5

    Miriam

    5 stars audio Not rating the story. I have been listening to this audiobook on and off for a good month. The only thing I got out of it was that a little boy got kidnapped. No matter how hard I tried I couldn't get into this story. 5 stars audio Not rating the story. I have been listening to this audiobook on and off for a good month. The only thing I got out of it was that a little boy got kidnapped. No matter how hard I tried I couldn't get into this story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rich B

    Took a chance on this book due to the high number of five star reviews. It’s not a five star book for me, not even close. The two and three star reviews seem to be mainly related to descriptions of animal cruelty. These scenes are only a few paragraphs in the book, and seem to included to reinforce the trope that ‘killers start off practising on animals’. They don’t really add anything one way or the other to the book, but you do kind of expect grisly things to happen in thriller novels. To be h Took a chance on this book due to the high number of five star reviews. It’s not a five star book for me, not even close. The two and three star reviews seem to be mainly related to descriptions of animal cruelty. These scenes are only a few paragraphs in the book, and seem to included to reinforce the trope that ‘killers start off practising on animals’. They don’t really add anything one way or the other to the book, but you do kind of expect grisly things to happen in thriller novels. To be honest, it didn’t spoil the book for me, it was more the variable quality of the writing and plotting that was the issue. The plot starts off OK with the disappearance of a young boy, but then the rest of the first half of the book is all over the place with the police investigation team coming together and not seeming to have much of a clue what they are doing. Except where the best takeaway food in town is. The plot meanders around and some of the writing smacks of ‘first author’ syndrome. A bit of editing could have made this first half much better as there is some quite clunky writing in places. However, the writing gets much tighter in the second half of the book as the pace picks up, and it does have some genuinley page-turning moments as it gets towards the end. The lead detective was difficult to warm to despite the author feeding him a lot of throwaway comedy lines. Nobody else in the book seem to have much of a sense of humour Yet another old white rule breaking senior policemen. Eats bad food. Enjoys a drink. Snotty and insulting to anyone who doesn’t see the world his way including his superior officers. It was also hard to find him credible as a detective in the way he handled the investigation. Every witness or suspect is just someone for him to bully, threaten or ignore their rights in law. He does something in the first half of the book based on a very vague piece of witness hearsay that is monumentally stupid. Which in real life, would get him thrown out of the police force and possibly arrested, sued by the person involved and mean the criminal case if it ever happened would never make it to court due to the way the ‘evidence’ is obtained. And he does this blatantly in front of a number of colleagues and no-one picks him up on it. Quite poor plotting, really. And as for the ending, well, yes, I did not spot ‘whodunnit’ but it is based on a highly implausible and improbably set of circumstances that didn’t really make any sense. Can’t really say more without reading plot threads. But it was just a bit of a meh end to the story. It’s an OK read for the Scottish highland setting and the second half of the book, but only a three star read at best. Interesting enough to maybe read more at some point in the future, but not enough to make me rush for the next one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    M

    A scattering of bones. Animal lovers: see WARNING below. Author JD Kirk adds several twists to the child kidnap/murder storyline in this debut novel. The atmospheric setting adds to the story, as do the weather conditions in the Highlands. I like DCI Jack Logan of the Central Belt MIT, Glasgow, but he’s a hodgepodge of police clichés and needs more development. WARNING: There are descriptions of cat torture by dissection and other methods. Plus, there’s a graphic, very gruesome description of a A scattering of bones. Animal lovers: see WARNING below. Author JD Kirk adds several twists to the child kidnap/murder storyline in this debut novel. The atmospheric setting adds to the story, as do the weather conditions in the Highlands. I like DCI Jack Logan of the Central Belt MIT, Glasgow, but he’s a hodgepodge of police clichés and needs more development. WARNING: There are descriptions of cat torture by dissection and other methods. Plus, there’s a graphic, very gruesome description of a cat suffering. IMO, that specific scene was written to evoke stomach-turning disgust. I did not appreciate its “shock value,” so I stopped reading. Later, much later, I skimmed through to the end, so I could write this review. For me, 3 stars is a good read. 2 stars is okay.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Siobhan

    A Little of Bones is the first book in J.D. Kirk’s DCI Logan series, and it was one that easily hooked me. I’m always looking for a new crime series to devour, and I believe I’ve found it with this one. I’ll be honest and say there were a few points when I was a wee bit tentative with this one. I was drawing a lot of parallels between this and Stuart MacBride’s work. There was more than I expected, and it had me comparing a bit more than I should have, but it was not enough to take away my enjoym A Little of Bones is the first book in J.D. Kirk’s DCI Logan series, and it was one that easily hooked me. I’m always looking for a new crime series to devour, and I believe I’ve found it with this one. I’ll be honest and say there were a few points when I was a wee bit tentative with this one. I was drawing a lot of parallels between this and Stuart MacBride’s work. There was more than I expected, and it had me comparing a bit more than I should have, but it was not enough to take away my enjoyment of this one. Sure, I did not enjoy this as much as I enjoy Stuart MacBride (it’s no surprise, as he’s one of my favourite authors), but the feel was similar enough for me to be hooked. It was an interesting mystery, one that kept me gripped throughout. I worked out some of the big elements, but there were small details that came as a nice surprise. Add in the light humour and the wonderful characters, and I could not get enough. It is an introduction to the series that has me eager to see more of the characters and their banter, ensuring I’ll be happy to dive into the future books in the series. All in all, a great start to a series that promises to have me hooked. I’m certainly eager to see what comes next!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Vfields Don't touch my happy!

    I needed a break from romance and science fiction so JD Kirk gets a try. A Litter of Bones is a procedural mystery set in Glasgow present day. This could have been a gruesome story. Instead it was a taught, quick moving chase with a few giggles that makes this a good solid read. DCI Jack Logan is a character I want to get to know in his future adventures. It’s set up for you get to know this protagonist slowly over the span of the series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    If you're keen on this book - recommend the audio version - love the accent - just adds to the sense of place. I do enjoy an inspector who has been through the mill, a bit ragged around the edges and not afraid of pushing boundaries. Meet DCI Jack Logan. He is called to a case in the Scottish Highlands - a child is missing and this case has disturbing similarities to the one that saw Logan put away a child killer. Wrong person convicted, copy cat ... ? J D Kirk's writing reminded me of Adrian McKi If you're keen on this book - recommend the audio version - love the accent - just adds to the sense of place. I do enjoy an inspector who has been through the mill, a bit ragged around the edges and not afraid of pushing boundaries. Meet DCI Jack Logan. He is called to a case in the Scottish Highlands - a child is missing and this case has disturbing similarities to the one that saw Logan put away a child killer. Wrong person convicted, copy cat ... ? J D Kirk's writing reminded me of Adrian McKinty. Well drawn characters, the setting becomes a character and wicked sense of humour tempers an otherwise bleak and confronting crime. Cracking debut.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jan Hughes

    Edge of the seat stuff, extremely well paced and truly unnerving. Love the writing style and the dialogue, so many twists and turns to keep you guessing until the real horror unfolds.. Excellent crime novel set in Scotland. DCI Logan is a wonderful character- this is better than Rankin in my opinion! Can’t wait for book 2.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Burton

    One of the best debut novels, I've ever read! I honestly believe a good storyline and plot is vital for any novel, but characters are even more important especially the protagonist followed by an assortment of well thought out mixture of personalities. If you don't have these vital backbone ingredients, however good the storyline is, you've lost my interest. I need to be drawn into the story by the first couple of chapters, whether it's pulled me in kicking and screaming or simply peaked my curio One of the best debut novels, I've ever read! I honestly believe a good storyline and plot is vital for any novel, but characters are even more important especially the protagonist followed by an assortment of well thought out mixture of personalities. If you don't have these vital backbone ingredients, however good the storyline is, you've lost my interest. I need to be drawn into the story by the first couple of chapters, whether it's pulled me in kicking and screaming or simply peaked my curiosity...........I want to enjoy what I'm reading, like every other avid reader! Well, A Litter of Bones, ticked every box multiple times. I love this author's style, and as it's his first crime novel he's done more than a first class job. The characters are well thought out and diverse, the protagonist DCI Jack Logan is an absolute dream of a character. He doesn't suffer fool's gladly, doesn't always play by the rules, justice is paramount, and his team are an unknown quantity, as he's bought into cover a crime in the Highlands! An intriguing introduction to the plot, moves quickly, to pull you in with highs and lows and lots of hold your breath moments. Heart stopping then pulse racing moments throughout, giving your system a thrilling workout. It's a cleverly written storyline that's different, parts you don't see coming. Written in such away, the author makes you feel like your watching from inside the book. The dialogue and banter throughout this book, is just wonderful including some brilliantly funny quips! I honestly can't recommend this book highly enough, it's a fabulous first, of I hope many more books to this series featuring the wonderful irrepressible DCI Jack Logan! Book 2 released on 30th June can't wait!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "Highland thrills" Thank goodness I watched all those episodes of 'Taggart' and 'Rebus' back in the day. It helped with the dialogue. How anyone on the other side of the big pond will cope, I've no idea. A shame, because this is a cracking debut novel with a chilling plot. Some of the characters and story threads may have a familiar ring but there were plenty of excellent elements to keep my full attention. I loved the interaction of Logan and his team in the office and out on the hunt for the mi "Highland thrills" Thank goodness I watched all those episodes of 'Taggart' and 'Rebus' back in the day. It helped with the dialogue. How anyone on the other side of the big pond will cope, I've no idea. A shame, because this is a cracking debut novel with a chilling plot. Some of the characters and story threads may have a familiar ring but there were plenty of excellent elements to keep my full attention. I loved the interaction of Logan and his team in the office and out on the hunt for the missing boy; and the change of pace when the chase was on was particularly well handled. A great start to a promising series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Barry

    A Litter of Bones got off to a wonderful start and was a most enjoyable, quick read for about 90% of the book. I loved the smartass but very clever lead detective and enjoyed several other characters as well. The plot was okay although it wasn't entirely novel. The ending was, in my not at all humble opinion was very contrived and hinged on an event that a psychologist, like myself, would regard as so improbable as to be... well, you get the idea. I will probably read another in this series since A Litter of Bones got off to a wonderful start and was a most enjoyable, quick read for about 90% of the book. I loved the smartass but very clever lead detective and enjoyed several other characters as well. The plot was okay although it wasn't entirely novel. The ending was, in my not at all humble opinion was very contrived and hinged on an event that a psychologist, like myself, would regard as so improbable as to be... well, you get the idea. I will probably read another in this series since I enjoyed the author's style and the majority of the book but it would be difficult to recommend it. The End

  25. 5 out of 5

    100sweet

    Wow, this was certainly an impressive story. I am hesitant to start a new series bc I can be easily turned off by the main character. Logan was a great detective and this was certainly a disturbing read. I had some trouble understanding some of the dialogue bc of the Scottish accents but it didn't take away from the story. I am really looking forward to continuing this series and reading more from this author. Wow, this was certainly an impressive story. I am hesitant to start a new series bc I can be easily turned off by the main character. Logan was a great detective and this was certainly a disturbing read. I had some trouble understanding some of the dialogue bc of the Scottish accents but it didn't take away from the story. I am really looking forward to continuing this series and reading more from this author.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Namita

    An absolute fantastic read!! DCI Jack Logan is one amazing character. The story was good, mystery was top notch. I didn’t put two and two together until DCI Logan did. Fast paced. Easy read. I’m definitely going to be reading more of this series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Satia

    The storyline and manner of writing would be better for a tv series rather than a book. No depth to the characters and little description of the environments. It was readable but not really a great thriller. Also contained animal torture - had the author mentioned that I would not have read it at all.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    meh

  29. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    A very well done mystery. Great ending and good characters. I would read more from this author.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Soo

    Notes: I had to check this out when I found out that J.D. Kirk is Barry Hutchison. =) Great intro! Gritty, character driven detective story with touches of humor.

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