Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Police at the station and they don't look friendly

Police at the station and they don't look friendly / Adrian McKinty, 319 pgs. Read by Gerard Doyle

Sean Duffy is one of those cops who will do what is "right," rules be damned!  The kind of cop I love to read about.  When a drug dealer ends up dead, he is investigating even though there is evidence that the crime is IRA related and thus will probably not ever be solved.  But Sean isn't going to let that stop him.  He starts putting together a theory and the more he digs, the more he sees this case is something bigger.  Throw in a couple of assassination attempts, a  blackmail scheme and some heavy drinking and you have the making of a perfect cop story.  This is part of a series and normally I hate not starting at the beginning, but I will certainly go back and fix this soon.  Narrator Gerard Doyle is an award winner and I can see why, he does a wonderful job and the pacing makes you want to feed one cd after the other.

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