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Summary

When a light aircraft crash-lands at Machrie airport, Daley and Scott rush to the scene. But it soon becomes clear that both occupants of the plane were dead before take-off.... Meanwhile, tending to his lobster creels, Hamish finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, and back at the County Hotel, Annie is beginning to suspect her new boss Ian Macmillan may not be as he first appeared. 

A face from the past has returned to haunt Carrie Symington, but is it a case of better the devil you know? 

Daley and Scott find themselves battling retired terrorists and radical climate-change activists as the action spills across the North Channel to County Antrim - all under the scrutiny of the Security Services. Faced with so many questions, how will Daley uncover good from bad, right from wrong? The search is on for any other truth.

©2021 Denzil Meyrick (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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Brilliant

I’ve been looking forward to this book for a long time, and I have not been disappointed. Everything you could want in a book. Brilliant story, laughter, sadness and intrigue. Read/listen from book one I guarantee you will not be disappointed

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brilliant

loved this story very well written and twisting and a touch of humour brilliant 👌👌👏

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Another winner

Absolutely loved this book, all the wonderful characters that we know and love plus some new ones. A cracking story line beautifully narrated as usual which has left me desperate for book ten

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Danger!

This audiobook is so good that it should’ve been banned for lorry drivers. I don’t remember a single mile I’ve driven across north-east yesterday and today 😅
The story is so immersive, well written and the narrator gives all of the characters a unique voice what brings memories from previous books.
Been waiting patiently and it didn’t let me down 👍

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Brilliant series!

Another brilliant DCI Daley book, lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing along with situations that make you chuckle and story lines that make you cry… as always Meyrick keeps you wanting more so you can’t stop listening. Read as always by the very talented David Monteath, no body else can narrate these books. Monteath gives these characters depth and a uniqueness, he breathes life into them.

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A welcome return of old friends

I am well bought into the regular characters of this series. These latest exploits of Jim Daley, Brian Scot and old Hamish do not disappoint. Aside from the sympathy for the victims of the featured crimes, there is an unexpectedly sad twist affecting the regular line up.

David Monteath is superb, as ever, and his narration brings additional colour to the main characters. I hope it’s not too long until our next visit to Kinloch!

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Too Much Melancholy

Denzil’s weakest book by far and his work is usually tremendous but this isn’t a patch on the others in the series and I’ve got them all and read many times over. The toing and froing was clunky with excessive insignificant details. Just didn’t flow like they usually do. Yes there’s a sad twist at the end for one of the beloved main characters but it was a case of, ‘what but, erm but, why now’? Simply out of context for this character in this way. Sad but baffling at the same time. 6/10

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Dark, Dark Days...

This is as solid as you'd expect from this series by now. I feel like it wasn't that long ago that Jim and co were after terrorists with secret service involvement, so the repetition of that aspect doesn't necessarily work in the story's favour. But ultimately it's about the characters by now, and this one comes with a dark, dark ending.

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excellent as ever

Another great book in the series
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at one point I was laughing out loud at the patter of Brian Scott.

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The best so far…

… and the saddest by far. How does DM follow this…?,& it will be difficult - and I can’t wait.

Brilliant story, brilliantly read.

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