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Baffling cold case ought to be a low priority but he is haunted by the young victim and her grisly deathMeanwhile the city is horrified by a series of bloody killings Deaths for which there appears to be neither rhyme nor reason and which leave Edinburgh's police. Forget Midsomer if you're a fictional character who wants to not be brutally murdered you need to stay the hell away from EdinburghWhen I came across this book I admit I was expecting a Rebus rip off Mainly because nobody does police procedurals with detectives with gritty pasts and colleagues they don't get on with as well as Ian Rankin I was prepared for an awful lot of eye rolling and I'm happy to say that the eye rolling didn't come In fact I really rather enjoyed it It was very satisfying there were moments all the way through where I spluttered at things that just came out of left field and while it got confusing at times differentiating characters If I hadn't read it on Kindle I would have flicked back and forth a few times and probably written myself a list it was really good funA few thingsFirstly the opening seems to be something that people have commented on because it was horrible Really horrible and full of clues I don't know the gore didn't bother me and it was a great starting image it stayed with me a long time If you're looking for a start to a book that can hook you that's a way that can easily go wrong but in this case it was pulled off with aplomb Or I thought soSecondly one thing that kind of irritated me was that the plot line with Emma Baird was finished off screen if you will What That was important Don't just tell me 'and then it was finished by someone else somewhere else' and carry on to the next thing I was enjoying that I'm trying to skirt around spoilers here but a couple of paragraphs and that would have been a lot satisfyingAnd speaking of skirting around spoilers the solution I liked the solution and I feel like I shouldn't have done It reminds me a bit of Christopher Priest who will let you think you're reading a very different kind of book entirely for the first few pages I felt like the ending ought to have been cheating but actually I'm surprisingly okay with it Like the rest of the book it could have gone horribly awry except for the fact that it was handled really really wellI give this book four stars for an engaging plot a lot of very satisfying scope for guessing along for unpredictability where it counts and for some exceptionally good driving and trope negotiation There's another one in the series apparently Or if there isn't there will be soon Either way I'm really tempted If you like police procedurals you'll definitely appreciate thisShameless plug I also read the next one

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Natural CausesAt a lossMcLean is convinced that these deaths are somehow connected to the terrible ceremonial killing of the girl all those years ago It is an irrational almost supernatural theoryAnd one which will lead McLean closer to the heart of a terrifying and ancient evil. Natural Causes by James OswaldFile this under my favorites The author's first in the Detective Inspector McLean seriesI am so very thankful I found this author and his series This book has no let up the story has and will take precedence over anything else going on in the reader's life Starting to read this book I discovered the magnetism of it so compelling I put all other distractions aside Intense Action non stop from every angle as well as character relationships building and growing Do you dare not to read this

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Download Natural Causes é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ ❮Download❯ ➵ Natural Causes Author James Oswald – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room Her remains are carefully arranged in what seems to have been a cruel and macabre ritual which appears A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room Her remains are carefully arranged in what seems to have been a cruel and macabre ritual which appears to have taken place over years agoFor newly appointed Edinburgh Detective Inspector Tony McLean this. This is the first in the DI Tony McLean series and it has a supernatural and demons element to the storyline The novel comprises of several elements Tony looks into the circumstances behind a dead girl discovered in the basement of a Edinburgh house that is being renovated The brutal murder occurred around sixty years ago or so according to the evidence The girl's organs are in jars around the body which suggests rituals were performed where each of the men who acuired an organ is granted immortality Then there are the present day murders of prominent businessmen and the strange suicides of the perpetrators soon after the murder In a bizarre turn of events it appears that there are connections between the long dead girl the killing of the businessmen and the suicidesTony's grandmother who suffered a stroke and slipped into a coma dies A grief stricken Tony also has to handle the burden of considerable conflict within the police hierarchy Along with looking int a burglar preying on the homes of the recently deceased Tony's life is not made easy The supernatural parts of the story may not appeal to some readers However I found this an engaging and absorbing read Thanks to Penguin Michael Joseph for an ARC