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Journalist Campbell McBride's first crime book is a success, but now it's attracting some unwanted attention. McBride's going to have to return to what, when he wrote about it, seemed like a straightforward murder case - a woman strangled by her boyfriend. Otherwise, somebody he cares about might be at risk....

Title : Lawless
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ISBN : 9781845021092
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 292 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Lawless Reviews

  • I read novels
    2019-04-05 02:35

    Alexander McGregor is the author of the bestselling true-crime book The Law Killers. I was so hooked into Lawless that I read Lawless in two days. It is a brilliant crime fiction page turner story. It is one of those books that you can not let go of untill you know what happens at the end. The energy just flows with investigator reporter Campbell McBride who has just published his true-crime bestseller The Law Town Killers .While McBride is in Waterstone's bookstore signing copies of his book he is approached by Adam Gilzean who is very angry with McBride and tells him you couldn't be bothered to do any proper research. Adam Gilzean's son Bryan is serving life in prison for the murder of his girlfriend that his father says his son is innocence. On the night Bryan's girlfriend is murdered Bryan was visiting his father. The story takes a further twist as McBride checks the story out about the murder of Bryan's girlfriend in a library but parts of the story about the murder of Bryan's girlfriend is missing. Lawless unravels more twist and turns that makes it incredibly hard to put down. Lawless is brilliant crime novel not to be missed. Alexander McGregor's Lawless has been written with women and men readers in mind. I simply just can not recommend Lawless enough to readers who love to read crime books. I hope that many readers will enjoy reading lawless as much as I have.

  • Jane
    2019-03-30 03:49

    A good story but not so keen on the writing style. Liked knowing where the places were he was writing about - Dundee and the Ferry are my home - but felt a bit weird when he included real people! (I used to work at D C Thomson!) However an ok read!