A glorious review for No Sweet Sorrow in The Scotsman

Meyrick’s Kinloch novels are addictive… an engrossing read’ 

‘Daley may be a conventional hard cop with a tender heart, but it is Scott, with his decency, loyalty, common sense and frequent malapropisms, who gives these novels a warm and often comic humanity. One can’t get enough of him… Meyrick’s Kinloch novels are addictive. Those who already delight in them will find this new one up to standard, while new readers will surely be eager to track back and seek out the earlier books’
Thank you Allan Massie, writing in The Scotsman (online today and in paper on Saturday)