All the Devils

All the Devils Crime journalist Doug McGregor is all bent out of shape still recovering from a savage encounter with a psychotic killer he also has dark secrets to hide But Doug has to put aside his own demons when

  • Title: All the Devils
  • Author: Neil Broadfoot
  • ISBN: 9781910192535
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crime journalist Doug McGregor is all bent out of shape still recovering from a savage encounter with a psychotic killer, he also has dark secrets to hide But Doug has to put aside his own demons when friend and contact DS Susie Drummond needs his help to investigate the brutal murder of her ex lover When a gangland power struggle erupts into violence on the streets ofCrime journalist Doug McGregor is all bent out of shape still recovering from a savage encounter with a psychotic killer, he also has dark secrets to hide But Doug has to put aside his own demons when friend and contact DS Susie Drummond needs his help to investigate the brutal murder of her ex lover When a gangland power struggle erupts into violence on the streets of Edinburgh and much closer to home Doug and Susie s already tense relationship is sorely tested Together they confront a conspiracy that reaches deeper than even a cynical hack like Doug can imagine As Doug s about to find out, all the devils are here and none of them want him to discover the truth.

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    1. Well once again Neil Broadfoot has managed to just kick the ground from right under my feet with All the Devils! Seriously this book just glued me to my seat in Costa as I could NOT leave until I finished it!All the Devils is the 3rd in the Doug McGregor series. Doug is a Crime Journalist and he is in a bad way following his clash with a pyschotic killer in "Storm" (second book in the series). He is at the end of his tether when he is confronted by a blackmailer in the dead of the night and let' [...]

    2. Broadfoot's writing keeps on getting better & better. Can't believe he's making us wait awhile for the next Doug McGregor book.

    3. The more I read of novels which fit into the crime genre, the more I realise that I especially enjoy police procedurals which contain one or more ongoing relationships. Neil Broadfoot does both in spades, with the addition of well-plotted, fast-paced action and a well-evoked . The violence level is high, as is the pain threshold of all participants, but the whole makes for a thoroughly entertaining tale.

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