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Run to Ground

By: Stuart Johnstone
Narrated by: David Monteath
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Summary

Don Colyear has begun his career in Edinburgh's CID, but the transition has not been easy. The workload and paperwork are one thing but being micro-managed by DCI Templeton as well is more than testing. And when Colyear's investigation of a mysterious death spirals into a complicated case centred around a massive consignment of Class A drugs, a double murder and a clash between low-level and professional criminals, his instincts are put to the test.

©2022 Stuart Johnstone (P)2022 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Another winner from Stuart Johnstone. The main character is based in Edinburgh and being from Edinburgh is great to hear stories based around my neck of the woods. Particularly when the story moves to Portobello ,an old seaside town on the outskirts of Edinburgh and then with great interest, the George cinema is featured. I remember going there on Saturday morning with my brother to watch wester films. Great fun. Great entertainment back in the day and form the author now. Keep up the great work.

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Enjoyable bit of realistic tartan cop stuff performed and brought to life by the excellent narration of David Monteath