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Second time around!
on 15 September 2016
I finished reading Missing by Ed James yesterday, another fantastic book by Mr James. Missing stars a different but no less intriguing detective, and I was surprised and pleased with the appearance of Cullen in the story. Although not the main charachters in Missing, Ed paints a different side to Cullen's character which led me back to this series.
I first read Ghost in the Machine, back when it was released in 2012/13?. I quickly became addicted to the series and devoured each new book as soon as they became available. Knowing that Ed was taking a break from the series gave me a modicum of separation anxiety from Cullen who had kept me locked in for so long. Finding him in Missing made we want to do something I have probably only done with 2 other authors EVER, and that is reread a book. My original purchase of Ghost in the Machine, (one of my first ever purchases back when I only had kindle on my phone) was just waiting to be downloaded and my rediscovery of Cullen and indeed Ed James as a brilliant author, has commenced.
I think I enjoyed this book even more the second time around and I am now preparing to go in to lock down, whilst I continue on with the series 1 book after another. Ahh bliss.
Ed James is a great author who takes tartan noir to a different level. X