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Paths of the Dead (Rhona Macleod Book 9) Kindle Edition
|Length: 433 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I reviewed “The Special Dead” by Lin Anderson last year and I loved it. I recently heard Lin read from “Paths Of The Dead” at an event at my local library, which made me want to read it even more and as soon as possible. I was not disappointed as I loved “Paths Of The Dead” just as much as “The Special Dead”. This book illustrates the dangers of meeting people from the internet, who you don’t really know.
Lin is a fantastic storyteller and writer. She manages to make you feel as though you are right there in the thick of the action. Lin uses powerful descriptive words and it is quite easy to imagine all the action going on in your head.
I really took to the character of Rhona MacLeod. She is dedicated to her work and she has suffered adversity in her life, but she has got back up, dusted herself down and carried on. Rhona seems popular with most of her colleagues. I couldn’t help but like the character of DI McNab as he is a loveable rogue. (An accurate comparison would be DS Robbie Ross from the television series “Taggart”). McNab drinks, he used to smoke and take drugs, he is a womaniser who can’t be in a monogamous relationship. McNab believes that he is good at his job despite the fact that to get a result he often has to go outside the law. There is definitely unresolved sexual tension between DI McNab and Rhona.
I found that reading this book was like being on a roller coaster ride, in that there were lots of twists, turns and stomach churning moments. Lin certainly knows how to ramp up the sense of drama and increase the pressure of a situation. At times I was almost reading on through my fingers as I feared what was going to happen next.
I really enjoyed reading this book and I would recommend this series to anybody. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
A body of a young man is found inside a neolithic stone circle high up in a park in Glasgow. Rhona and DI McNab clash as he thinks it's a gangland murder while she is not so sure. More bodies are found and the police discover that they are connected to an online game. We find out McNab is connected to the killer and the race is on to find the him before another death occurs...
It's also great to catch up with other well loved characters like Rhona's assistant Chrissy, Magnus, the Psychological Profiler and Sean McGuire, Rhona's on-off partner. Loved it!
Paths Of The Dead is a page turner with something happening on nearly every page, just don't look too closely for realism or likelihood as it won't happen because it is escapism at its best. I thoroughly enjoyed it despite continually thinking "not very likely".
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