Well of the Winds
A D.C.I. Daley Thriller (Book 5)
Past meets present in Well of the Winds. Two investigations involving thoughtful intuitive coppers are presented in parallel as the tale unfolds across the decades . . . Fictional Kinloch creates a different atmosphere to conventional “tartan noir” thrillers. This is a crime setting far from smoky pubs and the bookies’ shops of the average city. Little fishing boats are more important in this tale than black marias.
I found raised eyebrows, wry smiles, and chuckles followed Meyrick’s trademark humour which attaches itself brilliantly to Scott . . . if you’ve not yet met Daley and Scott, do sink into the pages and introduce yourself
Liz Robinson, LoveReading