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Lovable, hilarious, annoying, they run the full gamut of emotions and idiosyncrasies. This edition also includes the short story 'Creep', a fun little crime tale with a twist.

View 1 comment. Jan 13, Cathy Cole rated it really liked it. First Line: Run. Richard Knox was a violent rapist of elderly men.

He was caught, put on trial, and convicted of his crimes. While in prison, he found God, and now that he's been released all he wants is to make a new start in a place where no one knows his past.

Add Knox to a stew that contains gangsters from Edinburgh, a local crime lord, an inspector from Newcastle who wants to keep an eye on Knox, and f First Line: Run.

Add Knox to a stew that contains gangsters from Edinburgh, a local crime lord, an inspector from Newcastle who wants to keep an eye on Knox, and folks from Newcastle looking for a missing mob accountant, and you can see that there's more than enough to keep McRae busy for two or three lifetimes.

His problem is that he's still being jerked back and forth between two detective inspectors who can't seem to be able to live without McRae being at their beck and call every single hour of every single day.

MacBride writes edgy, violent tales with such a finely-honed dark sense of humor that I've often found myself laughing like a total nutter only a page or two after being left stunned and slightly sickened by something else.

I know that makes me sound as if I'm a bit schizophrenic, but perhaps being a bit unbalanced helps you to understand what's going on once you've immersed yourself in MacBride's world.

I find myself having very strong and very personal reactions to the books in this series now. Logan McRae has found himself caught between two superior officers for far too long.

At first, I found both of the superiors and I'm using the term very loosely here to be hilarious although their lack of willingness to do any real work greatly bothered me.

I've gone through in the real world what McRae is going through in MacBride's fictional one. Although I did my best to find the humor in what I went through, there wasn't much to be found, and as McRae's woes keep going on a seemingly endless loop, almost every molecule of humor has been leached from the situation for me.

I love the character of McRae too much to stop reading, so I'm hoping that MacBride will be kinder to him in the next book!

Despite my negative reactions I found Dark Blood to be another excellent book in this series. All the plot lines seem hopelessly tangled, and it's a miracle that McRae is able to sort out any of them at all.

But MacBride reminds us that life isn't a fairy tale. Real life isn't neatly wrapped up and tied with a bow just as the last page is turned.

The ending of Dark Blood may leave you as angry as it did me, but-- sadly-- what happens is far from being a new occurrence on planet Earth. Jul 07, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in DS Logan McRae has a bad attitude, as every one of his collegues is at pains to point out to him Former DS "Beardy" Beattie has been promoted to Inspector, and is taking every opportunity to lord it over him, he's way out of DCI Finney's good books after the events depicted in Blind Eye , DI Roberta Steel is being her usual acerbic and demanding self, he's drinking far too much, working all hours and his relationship with IB tech Samantha Mackie - the one thing he thought he had going for him - is beginning to suffer.

To make matters worse, he's receiving unwelcome visits from local gangster "Wee" Hamish Mowat's enforcer, Reuben.

McRae and Steel are deputed to oversee the resettlement of an unwanted citizen to Aberdeen - notorious serial grandpa rapist, Richard Knox - who has elected to return to his childhood home after being parolled following a lengthy sentence in Newcastle.

Knox is accompanied by Newcastle-based Detective Superintendent Danby, who remains in Aberdeen to oversee the former prisoner's assimilation.

Predictably, the good and bad citizenry of Aberdeen are not overly delighted when Knox's return to Scotland is revealled by the press and a series of protests and violent incidents ensue.

Knox maintains he just wants to live a quiet life and practice his newfound Christian faith - but is that really the case? It transpires that he was once the beancounter for a recently deceased Novacastrian gangster, and may be the one person who knows the relevant details and codes to access his hidden millions.

Meanwhile, Steel is trying to locate a missing informant, a minor crim who's been working on a residential development owned by notorious gangster Malcolm "Malk the Knife" McLennan.

Aberdeen is also awash with counterfeit currency and pirated electrical goods, leading McRae all over the nearby countryside in search of their origin.

We see a much darker side of McRae's personality in this outing - it's hardly surpising that he's both traumatised and jaded following the events of the preceding two novels, Flesh House Logan McRae 4 and Blind Eye Logan McRae 5.

While these novels read well as standalones, having now read all three in order , I would recommend that new readers tackle them in series order, as there is a strong underlying character-development arc that links these three.

Highly recommended for those who like their crime thrillers gritty. Once again to the author I still believe the phrase dark and gritty was invented for in the 6th instalment of his ongoing Logan Macrae series.

I don't go deep into plot because no matter how long a book has been published there is still going to be someone who hasn't read it.

That said it does take a while for the main case to get going and I feel this hindered the book somewhat. I said in my review of the last book that I was happy to see Logan grow a backbone and stand up to his superiors.

Thi Once again to the author I still believe the phrase dark and gritty was invented for in the 6th instalment of his ongoing Logan Macrae series.

This continues but you can tell the HUGE workload put on him is taking its toll. Now I'm all for the main protagonist to have the spotlight on them but the amount he's expected to do is insane and it certainly brings out a less than likeable side to his personality.

I sympathised with him but he still got on my nerves at times and I hope in the next book Macbride make him a happier person.

The best thing about these books for me has always been the characters and their lives. But the case is usually gripping as well. This time round it was a little too long winded and took far too long to really get going.

Too much sitting around waiting for things to happen. The side cases were OK and for the most part things ended well although the ending wasn't the best but I feel it would have benefited from having a couple less investigations going on.

The rest of the recurring characters were great to revisit. Steel was, as always, a stand out with some great lines and mannerisms.

She did however surprise me with a rare moment of tenderness which reminded me she's actually a cop, and her relationship with Logan while seriously messed up is one definitely based on friendship and love.

In terms of a Logan Macrae book it was quite a weak one but judging it just as a book it was an average read. The fact that I still went through it in a week is proof that a sub-par crime isn't enough to make me not like this particular series.

This sixth installment of the Logan McRae series feels bit more like a return to the earlier novels in the series in many ways.

Many recurring characters appear here - even Colin Miller makes a cameo! And there are several laugh-out-loud hilarious scenes of dialogue and banter many surrounding a new addition to the DS pool - Biohazard Bob.

But even through his struggles and missteps, he remains a likable and sympathetic hero. Logan continues to carry the scars of the previous novels which adds to the realism of the entire series.

This installment is fairly fast-paced, too, and I am looking forward to reading the next two books in the series!

Oct 10, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , read-in , suspense-thriller , foreign , noir-tartan. Not a bad volume in the Logan McRae series, but definitely not one of the better ones.

This one slogged along for most of the book, but really picked up with the last quarter of the story.

Stuart MacBride is a master at tying up his books neatly and cleanly, and this one was no exception. The problem with this one was getting there: there was simply too much going on, almost like he was trying to make it as complicated as possible before the finale.

Still, the character development and the back Not a bad volume in the Logan McRae series, but definitely not one of the better ones.

Still, the character development and the back stories of the main characters is very compelling, and I'll be jumping into the next book very soon.

May 23, David Highton rated it really liked it. A Scottish police procedural, very noir and set in an a freezing cold Aberdeen. DS Logan Macrae continues to have to try to please two different Inspectors as he deals with murder, robbery, counterfeit goods and money, drugs and protection of a released rapist.

Pretty dark plot, enlivened with some pretty strong local Aberdonian banter between the police teams. Nov 15, Hans rated it liked it.

It's still not like the first three books in the series. Jun 05, Tom Mc Kenna rated it really liked it. Apr 17, Ritchie rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , crime , scottish.

Serial rapist Richard Knox has been released from prison in Newcastle and decides to relocate to Aberdeen where his grandparents lived.

Also on the caseload are a flood of counterfeit currency in Aberdeen, the murder of a confidential informant, and a couple of jewelry store robberies, among other side issues.

So just the usual stuff for McRae to sort out. Fast paced and full of the usual dark humour Stua Serial rapist Richard Knox has been released from prison in Newcastle and decides to relocate to Aberdeen where his grandparents lived.

Fast paced and full of the usual dark humour Stuart MacBride brings to this series, usually from the chainsmoking DI Steel who's anxiously awaiting for her wife to give birth.

Just like Aberdeen the book is bleak, interesting using Trump's golf course to give Edinburgh gangster Malk the Knife a bacground prescence in the book.

The previous book Blind Eye had McRae heading towards being another alcoholic cop, good to see this wasn't fully realised in this book and drinking was a minor side issue rather than full blown change of character.

Feb 09, comfort rated it really liked it Shelves: author-narrator , series , uk-usa , crime , zaudios-finished , brilliant-narrator , some-humour.

I can't understand why Logan doesn't just tell them all to bugger-off. His superiors treat him so poorly even when they need him that every day must be a grind.

He would be better off leaving and becoming a Private Eye, as he obviously has the smarts, he just stuffs up occasionally.

Logan is tasked with looking after a recently released sex-offender in a safe house with another couple of cops and some volunteers.

Richard- the offender is at first thought to be a pretty ordinary sex-offender- he I can't understand why Logan doesn't just tell them all to bugger-off.

Richard- the offender is at first thought to be a pretty ordinary sex-offender- he rapes and tortures older men, which is pretty irksome but when it comes to light that he was the accountant of a recently dead criminal, it is thought that he Richard has access to some of the money.

Now all sorts of people are after Richard and in the process his house is burnt down and he has to be moved. Even though the last few pages are an eye-opener I didn't like this story as much as the other Logan books, but I do find D.

I Steele very very funny and obnoxious in the same breath. Feb 16, Ian Mapp rated it it was ok Shelves: crime. Wasting my time here.

I spend far too long ready these series type of books - where the books on the own have merit and value - but all other books in the series are a carbon copy.

I have done it with Rankin the most superior and Booth the twee-ist. This series stands out because the police are such hopeless cases. Logan eventually will triumph, but in between you know he will be beaten by the public, fall out with his superiors and make all the wrong decisions.

This book is easily the weakest Wasting my time here. This book is easily the weakest in the series. There are a number of threads that seem very disjointed.

The characters are dull. Eventually, things kind of get tied up but you will be bored by the time that it does.

Its a shame, as these books are not quite the standard fayre - and I have a decision whether to move on to number 7 - or concentrate on something more worthwhile.

I usually love Stuart McBride's Logan McRae books as I love crime novels and was brought up in the Aberdeen area though haven't lived there for more than 20 years.

However I struggled with this one and didn't feel it reached the quality of the earlier books. It felt very "bitty" and disjointed to me, as if there were too many plots going on at once.

I did enjoy the development of Logan's character in his book, when he's forced to think about his life and whether he's able to make changes.

Still I usually love Stuart McBride's Logan McRae books as I love crime novels and was brought up in the Aberdeen area though haven't lived there for more than 20 years.

Still worth a read for fans of Stuart McBride, but I'm hoping for a return to form in the next novel of the series.

Dec 13, Gary rated it liked it. I have read the previous 5 books and I have to admit that I have lost the initial interest that I had in this series.

The books have become very tired and predictable. The plots are ok but maybe it's time for a change. Apr 07, Kathy rated it liked it.

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