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Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. An excellent read from beginning to end. Thoughtful, funny, thrilling. Sometimes I wanted to look away in terror, just like a film.
On other occasions I laughed out loud. Very, very good. New auther to me. Enjoyed story very much. Twists and turns I didn't expect and some laugh out loud moments with some excellent one liners. Looking forward to next adventure. Loved this book. It's so atmospheric and full of likeable characters. Couldn't put it down. Excellent first book in the series. The twist at the end made me eager to read the next one. This was so worth waiting for, and I look forward to catching up with the rest of the DCI Daley series! Jim Daley is in the Glasgow force; used to working in Paisley with all the resources to hand, it comes as a bit of a shock to the system to be sent to a rural location where the locals know what's happening almost before his team does.
But murder is the same wherever it occurs, and this is a case that needs solving. British crime thrillers are my favourite in the genre; I enjoy reading about the varying locations and relish the differing accents. What a treat to read one set in my own wee corner of Scotland!
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A skilfully-plotted thriller which has true-to-life characters and the typical humour of the 'glesga polis' which really lightened the tone of the investigation. I thought I had worked it out, but no chance - I was way off! Daley Thriller series, Whisky from Small Glasses is a truly compelling crime novel, shot through with dark humour and menace. Get A Copy.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This is new territory for me, not just the author but the location as well. Denzil Merick was born 28 November in Glasgow Scotland. So he knows of the location of where he speaks. He also served as a police officer with Strathclyde Police.
Strathclyde Police had the largest numbers of staff and served the largest population and the second largest area of the eight former Scottish police forces, after the Northern Constabulary. Merick wrote his first book. In the book our main character, D. Far away from urban resources, he finds himself a stranger in a close-knit community. The head of the local police, who now must become subservient to Daley, immediately becomes an obstacle to the investigation. Oh my, not police corruption?
Overall the book is a competent read and a window into another region of the world that the reader may not be acquainted with, and seems like the type of series that the BBC will spawn off as a television show some day. View all 15 comments. Aug 31, Pat rated it liked it.