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Blind Eye, The New Logan McRae Thriller Set In Gritty Aberdeen, Scotland, From Stuart MacBride, The Award Winning Author Of Cold Granite And Flesh House, Finds The Long Suffering Detective Sergeant On A Brutal New Case.It S Summer In The Granite City, But Even The Sunshine Can T Improve The Mood At Grampian Police Headquarters Aberdeen S Growing Polish Community Is Under Attack From A Serial Offender Who Leaves Mutilated Victims To Be Discovered On Building Sites Eyes Gouged Out And The Sockets Burned Detective Sergeant Logan McRae Is Assigned To The Investigation, Code Named Operation Oedipus, But With The Victims Too Scared To Talk, It S Going Nowhere Fast When The Next Victim Turns Out To Be Not A Newly Arrived Eastern European, But Simon McLeod, Owner Of The Turf N Track Betting Shop And Long The Uncontested Ringleader Of Aberdeen S Shadier Element, Logan Suddenly Finds Himself Caught Up In A Brave New World Of Drug Wars, Prostitution Rings, And Gun Running Courtesy Of Aberdeen S Oldest And Most Vicious Crime Lord.Stuart MacBride S Signature Combination Of Hard Hitting Suspense And Dry Humor Has Won Him Many Fans, And Blind Eye Is Another Stellar Entry In This Rising Star S Multiple Award Winning Series. Blind Eye (Logan McRae, #5)


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10 thoughts on “Blind Eye (Logan McRae, #5)

  1. says:

    Book number five in this great series As usual the police play outside the rules, the murders are gross and the interactions between most of the characters are pretty antisocial On the other hand the humour is terrific and a few of the characters are just amazing DI Steel is one of the best female cops in ...


  2. says:

    Logan walked over to the window, rubbing a clear patch in the dusty glass Looked like another beautiful day to be a police officer, with outbreaks of infighting, sulking, and recriminations In Blind Eye, Book 5 of the Logan McRae series, Logan and Co are back with bacon butties, hangovers, and all around police investigation shenanigans But it s not all fun and games Logan has a bit of a tough time in this,


  3. says:

    Wow this book packs a huge punch it s a big detective mystery, violent, sweary, drunken, chaotic messand I loved it This is always going to be a marmite book because it lives in the extremes of black humour if you don t like swearing, violence and gore this is never going to be palatable let alone funny.Not that I enjoy these thingsahembut I appreciate their fict...


  4. says:

    Set in Aberdeen, where I live, this book made interesting reading, particularly the Scottish police humour that permeates the narrative The star of the story is Detective Inspector Steel, a lesbian with wife Susan, who is desperate for a child from a sponsor.Page 398 really made me laugh with the following paragraph Steel dropped her vodka and pouredfor everyone I ever tell you about the Sperminator, Susan Goes ab


  5. says:

    DI Steele deserves her own fan club It would have to be a club where swearing, drinking, smoking and fiddling with your bra strap were perfectly acceptable behaviours of course You ve also got a ready made slogan as fans of the wonderful Logan McRae series from Scottish author Stuart MacBride will be aware.BLIND EYE is the 5th book in this funny, gruesome, funny, ferocious, unflinching, funny series featuring DS Loga


  6. says:

    This wasnt as strong at the previous novels in the series I love the characters so they seen to keep me wantingThe main crime didn t seem as strong in this one or as thrilling The side stories seemed to keep my interest .


  7. says:

    Blind Eye, the fifth Logan McRae novel, simply highlights why Stuart MacBride is one of my favourite authors.Whilst Blind Eye is not my favourite of the Logan McRae novels that title is currently held by Broken Skin it is certainly a great read Having recently read MacBride s Ash Henderson novels and finding them less enjoyable than his McRae novels they re still fun, but they re not the same , it was great to go back to w


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  9. says:

    This was book 5 in the Logan McRae series, and as I have come to expect it is packed with various plotlines as Aberdeen seems to suffer a crime explosion in the sunshine There is a possible drugs war looming, a cache of weapons are found, and various criminal empires are being exposed As if that wasn t enough the local Polish community are living in fear as someone is going round and cutting their eyes out Plus there is the adde


  10. says:

    Brilliant Stuart MacBride writes fictional crime set in Aberdeen Coming from Aberdeen means that as I read it I can not only imagine the characters but also picture each street they are in The book was addictive, making it hard to put the book down It follows the police force as the try and find the person responsible for ripping out Polish victims eyes then burning their eye sockets Sounds disgusting and at times it can but but th


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