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Eric Chalmers is one of the most popular teachers at Muirpark Secondary School in Glasgow Gentle and kind he is the person the students come to when they want to confide in someone So when precocious teenager Julie Donaldson accuses Chalmers of rape the school goes into shock How could a deeply religious family man lik. Bleh I couldn t get into this one As a current resident of the country in this book I have to say that NO ONE TALKS LIKE THIS I swear the lassie lad lass etc was about

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Glasgow Kiss

E Chalmers do anything like that With some students and teachers supporting Julie and others standing by Chalmers life at Muirpark is far from harmonious And then things get much worse Julie Donaldson goes missing and the police are called inFor DCI William Lorimer this is the second missing persons case in a week He's. I am always impressed by the strong character building in Gray s writing He creates memorable people and little vignettes of life that ring true In this story Lorimer

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Been having sleepless nights about a toddler who has been missing for several days with each day the likelihood of her being found alive diminishes Julie's disappearance adds a further burden to Lorimer's already overstretched workloadWith hope fading it becomes a breakneck race against time to find both missing girls. One other reviewer commented on the inaccuracy of the publisher s blurb this book does not bring Glasgow to life in the way Rankin has portrayed Edinburgh Apart from a


10 thoughts on “Glasgow Kiss

  1. says:

    Bleh I couldn't get into this one As a current resident of the country in this book I have to say that NO ONE TALKS LIKE THIS I swear the lassie lad lass etc was about to drive me crazy Stop it already Stop writing for commercialization Just tell the flipping story Further it was BORING And that's all I have to say about that

  2. says:

    I agree with a couple of other reviewers of this book when they said that this book does not encapsulate Glasgow like it claims to Ind

  3. says:

    I always love to discover a new author in one of my favourite genres and a Scottish crime author is even better Sadly this book was just awful To begin with nothing happens I mean okay a little girl gets snatched don't worry it's not even a tiny bit realistic so you won't feel horrible and sick about it It's upsetting for everyone when it happens The mother is distraught Then a completely unrelated murder happe

  4. says:

    I am always impressed by the strong character building in Gray's writing He creates memorable people and little vignettes of life that ring true In this story Lorimer is on the hunt for a srangler and a woman who has abducted a chil

  5. says:

    This is the first Alex Gray novel I have read I could not put it down As a lover of Ian Rankin I gave this a try and do not regret it I will be going back to the start of the series and look forward to reading of Alex's work

  6. says:

    I’m grateful Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours offered me the opportunity to review Alex Gray’s Glasgow Kiss You see I’d never read an Alex Gray book I am now hooked Glasgow Kiss #6 in the DCI Lorimer Series is well written filled with clear character development and suspense As part of a series the firs

  7. says:

    Great read f

  8. says:

    This book reminded me of watching a detective show from the UK I did have a hard time figuring out what the words some of th

  9. says:

    One other reviewer commented on the inaccuracy of the publisher's blurb this book does not bring Glasgow to life in the way Rankin has portrayed Edinburgh Apart from a good knowledge of the city's streets and districts and their implied messages of social status wealth and safety that everyone familiar with the city will appreciate I found

  10. says:

    Not read any of these before but it made for a well paced crime thriller  I'm not sure it really deserves comparison with Rebus but it was a good holiday and I'd read another I think It does seem odd to me that

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