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10 thoughts on “Murder Mile

  1. says:

    I'm over 90% into this one yet wondering if I can be bothered to finish it The first in the series didn't grip me at all and now this one is si

  2. says:

    What a great book only my 2nd Tony Black and he's already right up there on my list of all time favourites His protagonist Rob Brennan

  3. says:

    Enjoyed the first in this series but this one was a bit of a letdownDidn't really develop the characters no mention at all of the main character's girlfriend and the story was too unbelievable and one scene was practically a repeat of one from the first bookShowing the seedy side of Edinburgh was interesting in

  4. says:

    Tony The New BlackLast year I had the pleasure of being introduced to DI Rob Brennan the new kid on the block for Scottish police fiction I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know him and was left looking forward to the next time we’d meetI bumped into Rob again earlier this week in the new book Murder MileHe looked well at

  5. says:

    Move over Tom Thorne I think I have a new favourite detective in DI Rob Brennan And I love Tom Thorne so DI Brennan must be good I read Truth Lies Bleeding in three sittings in one day so immediately knew I was onto something good with Tony

  6. says:

    I was already a huge fan of Tony Black's Gus Dury but with his second book featuring DI Rob Brennan I think Gus has some serious competition This is a classic murder mystery with a lot of twists I don't want to say too much it's easy to give things away when there is such a lot happening I hate books that ramble

  7. says:

    Fantastic Picked up speed in the middle and the ending was fantastic Looking forward to DI Rob Brennan

  8. says:

    Thought I'd enjoyed this author before but had got him mixed up with another Tony this one I've given up on onceFrom the blurb this sounded right up my street but I hadn't got to the end of the prologue before I was picking fault in this cas

  9. says:

    Loved the story Pictures Edinburgh as a sad miserable place including their police force Some of the force is as criminal as their clients But holds you till the end Hope there is a followup to let us know if DI Brennan survives his miserable life

  10. says:

    Tries too hard to philosophize

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EezeLike Fiona Gow five years earlier this girl has been strangled with her own stockings sexually mutilated and her eyes have been gouged out Is this the work of an Edinburgh Ripper The pre. Move over Tom Thorne I think I have a new favourite detective in DI Rob Brennan And I love Tom Thorne so DI Brennan must be good I read Truth Lies Bleeding in three sittings in one day so immediately knew I was onto something good with Tony Black and after finishing that I couldn t wait to start this second book in the series My only disappointment is the wait for the next DI Brennan novel of which there has to be one I love his no nonsense attitude and the fact he completely ignores the politics of his job and his superiors he s focused on solving the crime not playing things by the bookThe story of this book was similar to the last book but that didn t bother me too much It was an extremely readable bo The Book of Beginnings read Truth Lies Bleeding in three sittings in one day so immediately knew I was onto something good with Tony Black and after finishing that I couldn t wait to start this second book in the series My only disappointment is the wait for the next DI Brennan novel of which there has to be one I love his no nonsense attitude and the fact he completely ignores the politics of his job and his superiors he s focused on solving the crime not playing things by the bookThe story of this book was similar to the last book but that didn t bother me too much It was an extremely The Homelanders (The Homelanders, readable bo

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In a cold windswept field on the outskirts of Edinburgh lies the brutally mutilated body of a young woman As DI Rob Brennan looks at the tangled mass of limbs and blood he feels his heart fr. Enjoyed the first in this series but this one was a bit of a letdownDidn t really develop the characters no mention at all of the main character s girlfriend and the story was too unbelievable and one scene was practically a repeat of one from the first bookShowing the seedy side of Edinburgh was interesting in the first book but in this one the putting down of my home city went just too far and began to irritateStill an easy read so not a complete write off but for me a big disappointment after the first in the series Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. really develop the characters no mention at all of the main character s girlfriend and the story was too unbelievable and one scene was practically a Burning Attraction repeat of one from the first bookShowing the seedy side of Edinburgh was interesting in the first book but in this one the putting down of my home city went just too far and began to irritateStill an easy The Numbers Game read so not a complete write off but for me a big disappointment after the first in the series

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Ss certainly think soRob Brennan is determined to uncover the truth however painful that might be But truth is hard to come by in a world of police rivalries media hysteria and copycat crime. Thought I d enjoyed this author before but had got him mixed up with another Tony this one I ve given up on onceFrom the blurb this sounded right up my street but I hadn t got to the end of the prologue before I was picking fault in this case how far a guy walked from a car to take a pee irritated me God knows why Things didn t improve with the introduction of the main characters Nothing new here characters relationships we ve seen so many times ie DI boss at loggerheads This wouldn t have been a problem but I felt no engagement with the characters whatsoever In particular Brennan s ponderings annoyed me with their air of pontificating poor little me attitude He wondered why he stayed in the job yeah I w