Every Night I Dream of Hell

Every Night I Dream of Hell

Book - 2015
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Nate Colgan: a violent man; 'smart muscle' for the Jamieson organisation. But now, with its most powerful individuals either dead or behind bars, things are beginning to shift. When Nate is reluctantly appointed its new 'security consultant' - he can little imagine how things are about to unravel. It begins with an execution, a message; and soon comes one clear fact: a new group has arrived in Glasgow, and in their quest for power they are prepared to ignite a war. But who is behind the group? And why has the calculating Zara Cope - the mother of Nate's child - suddenly appeared back in town? Meanwhile DI Fisher, buoyed by his recent successes in finally jailing some of the city's most notorious criminals, is prowling on the edges of these latest battles, looking for his chance to strike - and before all hell breaks loose.
Publisher: London : Mantle, 2015.
ISBN: 9781447291428
Branch Call Number: FIC MACKA
Characteristics: ix, 384 pages ; 23 cm.


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Nov 23, 2017

Not nearly as good as his previous work. The formula might be getting thin.

Oct 02, 2017

Mackay is starting to appeal to me. It seems to be a game of gangster chess with few heroes.

Sep 17, 2017

I couldn't get past all the pages of character profiles. and thats the first part of the book. I gave up and returned it...quickly. Happy Reading!

Jul 17, 2017

Tough to figure out what's what in the first third of this book, despite the crib notes (4+ pages of character profiles).

I persevered and eventually caught on; the narrator (and his Glawegian crowd) grew on me. Maybe one really needs to have read the first few volumes in the series.

This is definitely noir. Hard core, hard boiled and gritty. Well done in that regard.

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