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Vile City by Jennifer Lee Thomson - Book Review

Book Description:

DI Duncan Waddell has big problems. He’s borderline diabetic. The paperwork is piling up faster than the underwear at a porn shoot.
Now his best pal DC Stevie Campbell, who’s in a coma after being attacked by a suspect, has started to talk to him. Trouble is, only Waddell can hear him.
The last thing he needs is the country’s biggest case to land on his lap.
Three women have gone missing in the city he used to love, but is fast coming to despise, victims of the GLASGOW GRABBER, as their assailant has been dubbed by local hack and all round thorn in Waddell’s backside, Catriona Hastie.
Shelley Craig is the latest victim, snatched as she and her boyfriend took a shortcut through Glasgow city centre.
And she’ll do anything to make it home.

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Author Bio:

I'm owned by a rescue dog, and have been scribbling away all my life. 
I also write as Jennifer Thomson and my new novel, Vile City (Detective in a Coma book 1), will be published by Caffeine Nights in 2017 under my full name Jennifer Lee Thomson to fulfill a promise to my dying dad who passed away after a long battle with cancer. 

When I'm not writing fiction, I writes self-help books (as Jennifer Thomson) on bullying, dog care, vegetarianism and dating. In my spare time inspired by TV shows and movies like The Walking Dead, Z Nation and Dawn of the Dead, I plan how to survive a zombie apocalypse. My obsession to zombies led me to write a zombie novel. 


Book Review by Carmen:
This book has a dark theme and atmosphere. I felt that things were given away too soon in the novel, even though it had a slow start; things could have been more gradually revealed and also a little bit later in the book as well. Overall, it was an enjoyable book that I gave a rating of 4 stars and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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2 comments:

  1. Just saw this. Thanks for the review, Carmen. Very nice of you to take the time.

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  2. It's my pleasure, I'm glad I could help. : )

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