5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Slow start, good finish,
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This review is from: Naming the Bones (Paperback)
Ever since "The Cutting Room", you can rely on Louise Welsh to produce a good story. The story is built up slowly but steadily and also has all the usual sightings of familiar places in Glasgow and Edinburgh. During the closing sequence it did lose a bit as it tried to tie up absolutely all of the loose ends. Overall top class.