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I struggled with the previous novel, Blue Genes (artistic license gone too far), and there's only so many times you read abo Another easy read featuring the Private Eye Kate Brannigan.I struggled with the previous novel, Blue Genes (artistic license gone too far), and there's only so many times you read about a character's desire for vodka and pink grapefruit juice without getting a little fed up of it!
I just always wished to see more of them together; the sparsely worded glimpses would be a pattern for me reading her, always looking for more of this running through her hard-boiled crime novels in faint trace lines.Meanwhile her friend and self-defence trainer, Dennis, finds himself under arrest after a the body is found in a shop-squat he has been running.Convinced of Dennis’s innocence, despite his long track record of organised crime across the Manchester gangland, Kate undertakes to investigate to try to clear him. As always with Val Mc Dermid, the plot is perfectly plausible and well-constructed, and the characters are utterly believable.And yet it was half the reason I kept reading and liking this series.Set in Manchester and shorter than her psycho thrillers, it is full of realism and social criticism, but with more humour and verve or zing.
Don't tell me to go look at romance where it belongs now!