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Exile (Garnethill, #2) Trying To Escape Her Own Troubled Past And The Memories Of Her Lover S Murder, Maureen O Donnell Finds Refuge Working As A Counselor At A Shelter For Battered Women When The Body Of Shelter Resident Ann Harris Washes Up On The Banks Of The Thames River Two Weeks Later, Maureen Vows To Discover What Happened And To Prove That Ann S Husband Is Not To Blame Taking Her Search To London, Maureen Soon Encounters Disturbing Truths About Ann S Hidden Past Including A Secret That Has Maureen Fighting For Her Life.


About the Author: Denise Mina

Denise Mina was born in Glasgow in 1966 Because of her father s job as an Engineer, the family followed the north sea oil boom of the seventies around EuropeShe left school at sixteen and did a number of poorly paid jobs, including working in a meat factory, as a bar maid, kitchen porter and cook.Eventually she settled in auxiliary nursing for geriatric and terminal care patients.At twenty one sh Denise Mina was born in Glasgow in 1966 Because of her father s job as an Engineer, the family followed the north sea oil boom of the seventies around EuropeShe left school at sixteen and did a number of poorly paid jobs, including working in a meat factory, as a bar maid, kitchen porter and cook.Eventually she settled in auxiliary nursing for geriatric and terminal care patients.At twenty one she passed exams, got into study Law at Glasgow University and went on to research a PhD thesis at Strathclyde University on the ascription of mental illness to female offenders, teaching criminology and criminal law in the mean time.Misusing her grant she stayed at home and wrote a novel, Garnethill when she was supposed to be studying instead



10 thoughts on “Exile (Garnethill, #2)

  1. says:

    I really like these books, and the fact that they re so dialogue heavy makes them quick reads The one problem I have with them is going to sound petty, and to be honest it might just be something I have to get over if I m going to like mystery novels Here s the thing I m smart I m


  2. says:

    I don t know quite how I feel about this Maureen O Donnell broke my heart on the very last page of Garnethill The things she Leslie said about Siobhan were so bizarrely out of character nonsensically cruel, I don t think I m ever going to get over how much I loathed the end of that book,


  3. says:

    I love Denise Mina She writes mysteries wrapped in squalor and drama and tied up with a little crazy bow They re usually set in Scotland, which furthers my delight I m SUCH an Anglophile And if you like that sort of thing, Exile is evenbleak and psychological than the first book in this particu


  4. says:

    Just finished Denise Mina s , Exile, book 2 in the Garnethill Trilogy I did enjoy book 1, Garnethill, however this book was much better Maureen s character is in a self destructive post traumatic stress downward spiral fueled mainly by alcohol She is investigating a murder at the request of her friend


  5. says:

    Maureen is confronted with a grisly case of murder Ann Harris is nursing two broken ribs and reeking of alcohol when she visits Maureen s office at a Glasgow women s shelter two weeks before she turns up dead hundreds of miles away, under a mattress on the banks of the Thames Maureen, eager to escape family


  6. says:

    Exile is the second book in the Garnet Hill trilogy This is not a stand alone book, you must read the first book Garnet Hill, where all of the characters and storylines are introduced The book is set in Glasgow, Scotland and London, England in 1980.This books picks up a few months after the previous book The main c


  7. says:

    This is her second book and there is no surprise that Denise Mina is a very well liked author Beautifully written, riveting story Unrelenting, strong and ruthless, almost a Seven like feeling at times.


  8. says:

    Quite an interesting book, especially after reading the interview with the author at the end Mina s protagonist is a woman and, based on the interview, was written to show that women can be strong and endure Mina even calls out some of the theprolific authors in the women as protagonist genrerightly pointing out that they re par


  9. says:

    She was going home to Glasgow and for the first time remembered that she had a life beyond her present troubles She loved the colours of the city, she had a place and history there, she understood the obscure kindness of the people and the rationale behind the brutal weather Book 2 in the Garnethill series, Exile is equally dark and ma


  10. says:

    I rated this book as four stars at first, but having slept on it, I am reducing it to 3.The book was pacey and a quick read, and it tackled many important topics, but it was uneven and I found it hard to believe some of the important aspects of the narrative However, the biggest issue for me, is a major spoiler ...


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