Book Ä Natural Causes 458 pages

Mobi ✓ Natural Causes ✓ James Oswald

Natural CausesE at a lossMcLean is convinced that these deaths are somehow connected to the terrible ceremonial killing of the girl all those years ago It is an irrational almost supernatural theoryAnd one which will lead McLean closer to the heart of a terrifying and ancient ev This is the first book in the Inspector McLean series The location is Edinburgh The characters of this book were the best part of the book for me I really liked them and the bond they had working as Constables Inspector and Pathologist Tony McLean did not have a shortage of cases to solve as there were many deaths He was visiting the morgue for autopsies and conversations with pathologist Cadwallader often The story mentioned many times how Tony McLean phone was always dead so people couldn't contact him It made me as a reader just wish he would get it fixed or charge it I guess I was of same mind set of the characters who worked with him I did figure by the end of the book who the main mastermind criminal was It was a matter of elimination of who was still alive at the end and who fit the criteria I want to catch up with the characters in the next book

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Is baffling cold case ought to be a low priority but he is haunted by the young victim and her grisly deathMeanwhile the city is horrified by a series of bloody killings Deaths for which there appears to be neither rhyme nor reason and which leave Edinburgh's polic This is yet another author I've not had the pleasure of reading until now I've already ordered the next in this series The Book of Souls I love DI Tony McLean He's a hardworking determined inspector who honestly cares about every victim of every case no matter when old or new the brutal crimes took place He won't uit until he finds the answers that will ultimately lead him to the killers Set in Scotland the characters are life sized and believable and the words were written so I could imagine the uniue Scottish accent The plot is expertly written and flows along at a uick pace I especially like the way James Oswald slowly gives Inspector McLean and hence the reader the clues to solve the crimes one link at a time until they all click together at the end with a little twist of course An excellent whodunit that gave me goose bumps right up to the very end I loved it

Mobi Natural Causes

Book Ä Natural Causes 458 pages ↠ A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room Her remains are carefully arranged in what seems to have been a cruel and macabre ritual which appears to have taken place over 60 years agoFor newly appointed Edinburgh Detective Inspector Tony McLean this baffling cold case ought to be a low priority A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room Her remains are carefully arranged in what seems to have been a cruel and macabre ritual which appears to have taken place over 60 years agoFor newly appointed Edinburgh Detective Inspector Tony McLean th I came across this book uite by accident when I needed an author whose name starts with O for a challenge I love challenges they introduce me to any number of new authors who I might not come across otherwiseInspector McClean is one of those honest cops who does the job because he likes it and because he genuinely wants to solve cases He is working in a system where many people do not hold the same values and of course he makes waves He also attracts a small core group of like minded people who would do anything for him In fact one of them doesIt is a good story well told There is an element of fantasy added which I actually felt the book did not need It could easily have stood on its own as a good solid police procedural Definitely a good book anyway and I will be following up the series