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Book Review – A Litter Of Bones by JD Kirk @JDKirkBooks @BOTBSPublicity #BookReview #BlogTour #policeprocedural

Many thanks to Sarah and BOTBS Publicity for my spot on this Blog Tour.

Omg omg what a twisted tale this was. I had my heart in my mouth the whole time.

A missing child and a known pedophile who was supposedly locked up in jail. The past and the present coming together. One man connected both. DCI JACK Logan. There were so many disjointed thoughts I had after reading the book. The excitement and the adrenaline high cut off my brain thoughts and just words spluttered out.

Logan had arrested Petrie the Whisper Man years ago, and that case took everything from him, the details and perversions of the perp drained him out both as a person and cop. Cut to the present. A child Connor went missing, his parents distraught, and a teddy bear was delivered. All the clues pointed toward the Whisper Man making a comeback. But he was locked up, wasn’t he? Had Logan arrested the wrong man or was this a copy cat? Shivery, haunting theories!!

My first book by JD Kirk, and what a debut of the series!! It knocked the breath out of my lungs. Every page I turned felt like a race against time. I was totally in Team Logan. The book read fast, it was invigorating, and there was a freshness to the prose.

Set in Glasgow, the writing had an authentic flavor to it. Kirk made it so easy to get involved with the story. I found myself accompanying Logan everywhere. Another hero and now the author has a fan in me.

I just have to declare it. JD Kirk is an awesome writer. Another police procedural which had me grappling to get to the truth. Got to mention the team, they were all funny and great and knew when to be serious. They were strong and yet flawed. Good humans.

The twists in the story were well placed and had me gasping when the final reveal was revealed. Everything boggled my mind. It was fabulous. I loved the first book in the Logan series and you bet, this is going to be one of the best I have read.

Fantastic breakfast read. I told ya, broken thoughts and high adrenaline.

I received a free ARC from Sarah and the author, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

JD Kirk lives in the wilds of Scotland, where he spends his days making stuff up and writing it down. He lives with his wife, two children, one dog, and – if his daughter has anything to do with it – a cat in the very near future.

Having been writing in various genres for over a decade, JD turned his attention to crime fiction in May 2019, and hasn’t looked back. A Litter of Bones is his first crime novel, and the first of his hundred-plus books that his wife could bring herself to read.




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Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed ‘Mister Whisper,’ earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process.

Now, he spends his days working in Glasgow’s Major Investigations Team, and his nights reliving the horrors of what he saw.

And what he did.

When another child disappears a hundred miles north in the Highlands, Jack is sent to lead the investigation and bring the boy home.

But as similarities between the two cases grow, could it be that Jack caught the wrong man all those years ago?

And, if so, is the real Mister Whisper about to claim his fourth victim?

Publication Date: 1st May 2019

28 thoughts on “Book Review – A Litter Of Bones by JD Kirk @JDKirkBooks @BOTBSPublicity #BookReview #BlogTour #policeprocedural Leave a comment

    • I agree. I have 83 book tours and 120 books on total to read…. 😂😂😂No idea how I am going to get it all done but I am trying and enjoying
      Next month I would have a sedate pace, I think


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