Monday, 8 August 2016

Review: Blind Eye by Stuart Macbride

Blind Eye (Logan McRae, #5)The new Logan McRae thriller set in gritty Aberdeen, from the bestselling author of Cold Granite and Flesh House. 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, codenamed 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 bookies, Logan suddenly finds himself caught up in a world of drug wars, prostitution rings and gun-running courtesy of Aberdeen's oldest and most vicious crime lord.

Kerry's 5 out of 5 star review

I can't get enough of the Logan McRae series! This book is no exception.
Blind eye sees us back in Aberdeen for another serial killer case, insert Logan McRae and the Aberdeen police department and your sure to have plenty of screw ups!
That's what makes it such a likeable series the police aren't on the ball 24/7 catching the killer first time round and done, no there is plenty of drama and action in these books. I can't put them down. Can't wait to see what's in store for me in the next book.