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Dying Inside: 11 Audio CD – Unabridged, 22 June 2021
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Damien Boyd is a solicitor by training and draws on his extensive experience of criminal law, along with a spell in the Crown Prosecution Service, to write fast-paced crime thrillers featuring Detective Inspector Nick Dixon.
- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (22 June 2021)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1713594528
- ISBN-13 : 978-1713594529
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 1.27 x 17.02 cm
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What did I like? Jane and Nick remain a happy couple with no dramas. For all you fans of DI Nick Dixon, you will enjoy reconnecting. It's just not a consuming read. Lock Downs are killing all creative mojo’s.
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I found this book easier to get in to than some of his previous ones, that may be because I had more time on my hands to read without really putting it down. Again the research that has gone in to the book shows through. I thoroughly recommend this book to all fans of crime thrillers, it's not overly gory unlike some authors but tense enough to keep me hooked. Now looking forward to book #12.
It was a great story, the writing as always was excellent, the pace was superb, it was a real page turner. The case was intriguing and kept me guessing; the characters (as always) were well drawn and defined and the description of the areas was, as always, a joy to read and I felt as if I were there.
One of the real high points for me was the author's return to the book being mainly about the case with very little non-case related and non-Nick related stuff. The last few books I felt have been let down by all the non-case related things. Of course having personal stuff as well as case related stuff is important, but for me the last few books have been far too non-case-related heavy. I like Jane and I love Nick and Jane's relationship and it's good to see how that is developing and growing and Nick's diabetes is an important part of the stories. And of course Monty is the star and its always wonderful to have him around.
However, I felt that when we got into Jane's being adopted and all the stuff related to that and then Lucy's appearance, the books started to fall off a little for me. I felt there was far too much focus on these non-case related things. And I'm sorry to say, I simply don't care for Lucy at all.
This book, I felt, got the balance right (just as the early books did). Lucy was mentioned but that was pretty much all. And whilst of course we had more development in Nick and Jane's relationship, it was about them, it wasn't past-heavy.
I do hope Damien Boyd continues in this way and I am already looking forward to the next book.