2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I have just finished reading this book this morning and felt I had to share my opinion of it with everyone. Quite simply, I loved this book. I have looked forward to reading it.
Blind Eye is set in the Summer of Aberdeen and there is someone attacking Polish migrants by gouging out their eyes! DS Logan McRae is on the case with the rest of CID department of Grumpian Police (no spelling mistake, that's how you pronounce it in Aberdeen!!) Not only does Logan have this to solve he also has an impending gang and drugs war looming.
The storytelling flows well and the characters are brilliant, especially DI Steel who is trying to turn over a new nicotined stained leaf… Read more
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I saw this movie last night on DVD and absolutely loved it! I do wish I'd seen it in the cinema!
The characters, Seth and Evan were both funny and convincing as two typical teenagers trying to buy alcohol despite being underage and trying to get lucky with the girls!
But my favourite part of the film was of course, the 2 cops...I have never laughed so much at a film.
I totally recommend this film to anyone who just wants to have a silly laugh! Buy this DVD!!!
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I bought this book on Wednesday and finished it this afternoon (Sunday). I could barely put it down, and only did to spend some time with my loved one!!
I am from Aberdeen so have enjoyed all of Stuart MacBride's novels with that extra element and read the stories with "an Aiberdonian tongue in ma heid!"
I adore DI Steel's character and think she could be a female DI Gene Hunt. She's very funny and I loved some of the exchanges between DS Logan McRae and the BBC cameraman Alec.
I won't spoil it for others but I totally recommend others to read this book!
Great story, great new characters, gory details!