You don't mess with Rosie Gilmour and get away with it. Crime reporter Rosie Gilmour is back at The Post, bruised and battered from her last investigation but determined to find missing barmaid Wendy Graham.
Convinced that Wendy is the key to an explosive new story, Rosie's search leads her deep into the dangerous world of Glasgow's Ulster Volunteer Force. This time, Rosie will find herself at the mercy of the most vicious gangsters she's ever encountered. Has she met her match?
©2014 Anna Smith (P)2014 WF Howes Ltd
"Rosie Gilmour is a captivating character who drags the reader along at breakneck speed" (Sunday Express)
"Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing, the fourth Rosie Gilmour novel grips like a vice" (Daily Record)
This story was fast moving and edge of the seat stuff, I did enjoy it mainly .... but - some of the violence was really heavy and I didn't really like the political theme. Aside from that the writing was good and the overall story had me routing for the good guys and hating the bad guys.
Enjoyed this book although found this one took a bit longer to get going. Preferred the new pronunciation of Adrian, more believable for country of origin. Great narration as ever from Sarah Barron. Now on to the next😊
Retired lady who loves books, now unable to read them I have found the magic world of audio and love listening to them whenever I can:)
Intricately woven plot. Kept you guessing - not too much violence (although what there was it was unpleasant ) normal ingredients for a thriller and I for one thoroughly enjoyed it. Narrator was good too and it felt as if she was there amongst it
Would recommend listening!
If you've read my other reviews in this series you'll know opinion concerning both the author and narrator. The Rosie Gilmour series is a must read, I highly recommend all four books..
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