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Mokum: The first DCI Munro Novel (The DCI Munro Novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
They say, 'write about what you know' and it's obvious that Tarbet knows his way around the murky world of Amsterdam. This is a book full of great characters, each rounded and possessed of depth. It shows real wit and has enough twists and turns to satisfy readers. Munro is a new cop on the scene and it's evident that there will shortly be an audience clamouring for more tales of this damaged but all too human police inspector.m
Oh, ...and I knew that dog and Alexander has captured him just fine!
Very much ooking forward to the next installment.
This was an excellent introduction to DCI Munro, and I am looking forward to the next encounter in the Shadowmaker.
Just when you thought the case was solved along comes another surprise! Lots of interesting facts about Amsterdam thrown in.
Now looking forward to reading THE SHADOWMAKER.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not my usual genre but key characters are strong and the story has good pace.Published 22 months ago by Gill Vogt
Fantastic read!! Having spent little time in Mokum myself I found that the author took me through the streets of Amsterdam in intricate detail. Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2014 by MR C BAIN
A brilliant first novel - a real page-turner which I would highly recommend. It was a bonus to revisit Amsterdam which the author clearly knows well and describes most... Read morePublished on 19 April 2014 by Mrs Joan Girling
Is this a new genre? Bogland Noir perhaps? The world is full of soggy places where dark deeds can unfold. The atmosphere of this book is terrific. Read morePublished on 10 April 2014 by Roger McKinlay
I really enjoyed this book especially the twists and turns and how you get drawn in to the story from the first few pages. I'm looking forward to the next DCI Munro mysteryPublished on 30 Mar. 2014 by S. Newman
Cool, intelligent, witty, likes a beer! What's not to like about DCI Munro. Tarbet is a compelling storyteller who pulls you gently into this gritty tale with his vivid... Read morePublished on 27 Mar. 2014 by Mrs. Christina Thomson
Most enjoyable read, looking forward to the next one, you can't leave it there! Warmed to the characters and liked the idea of a Scot in AmsterdamPublished on 15 Mar. 2014 by Claire
I bought this on the advice of a friend and was a bit skeptical on reading the first few pages but I was very soon pulled in to a good plot line and some great characters. Read morePublished on 10 Mar. 2014 by MR GREGOR FINDLAY
Terrific first novel by Tarbert. He's a natural . Great choice of setting . I felt I intimately knew Amsterdam . I enjoyed the character mix of Munro and Remco. Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 2014 by M J O'Neill
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