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You'll notice that I given all 5 of Steven Suttie's books a 5 star rating(DCI Miller 1-5) The reason being, that I was so enthralled by the 1st one, that I felt as though I should keep the ball rolling, as book after book, does mention previous cases, and characters. So from the 8th January up until the 22nd Feb, I have the read all 5 of his novels. I found his books to be very hard to put down, as the story lines were so original, and so convincing, and as I've said in previous posts, very "unputdownable" Keep up the good work Steven, as I can't wait for the next one to come out. By the way, some of the language is very rough, and not for the faint hearted. But he tells it as it is.
Another great read in the DCI Miller series. Also I think this book has opened everybodies eyes on what has become of the once mighty U.K. In terms of the not so well off. One can only hope that this bit of fiction is just that and we see her once again be a place to visit or in fact live.
I usually enjoy the DCI Miller stories. This one is ok but reads more like an investigative report on the workings of the current government rather than a fictional story to be read for pleasure. I don't live in the UK and have no knowledge of the social situation being described. While, if this is a true reflection of the situation, it is a heartless position taken by the government, I read to escape not to be lectured at. I'm hoping the next in the story is more like the earlier books.
I’ve read all the books in this series, and they’ve all been fantastic. This book was a real page turner, and took and outright swing at ‘poor blaming’, providing a relevant and thought provoking analysis of today’s society. Brilliant read!