Father Confessor

DCI Ernie Bright is dead A good cop gone bad Not everyone believes that one of Tayside Constabulary s longest serving detectives was leading a double life One of those looking to vindicate the dead copper is Bright s prot g , the private investigator J McNee, who has his own reasons for trying to prove Bright s innocence But as the evidence piles up and McNee makes eneDCI Ernie Bright is dead A good cop gone bad Not everyone believes that one of Tayside Constabulary s longest serving detectives was leading a double life One of those looking to vindicate the dead copper is Bright s prot g , the private investigator J McNee, who has his own reasons for trying to prove Bright s innocence But as the evidence piles up and McNee makes enemies on both sides of the law, he finds that justice and the law are not always the same, and that good people can make bad decisions.
Father Confessor DCI Ernie Bright is dead A good cop gone bad Not everyone believes that one of Tayside Constabulary s longest serving detectives was leading a double life One of those looking to vindicate the dead co

  • Title: Father Confessor
  • Author: Russel D. McLean
  • ISBN: 9781907869549
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Father Confessor”

    1. The third in the J McNee crime series opens with McNee hearing of the murder of his former police mentor, Detective Chief Inspector Ernie Bright. We also find that McNee has started a relationship with DCI Bright's daughter Susan. It's difficult to describe the plot without including spoilers, but it's not giving away too much to say that in this novel McNee finds himself confronting police corruption. As with the previous books, McNee's Dundee is a city of graffiti strewn housing schemes, down [...]

    2. Although I ordered this either soon after or at the same time as The Good Sister, it has taken far too long to pick this one up. With a bit of foresight I'd've re-read the previous ones so as to get the full impact.Nevertheless, this has impact enough. There is something exceptionally human abut McNee, the untidiness of his thought processes perhaps, and his relationships, quite a lot of which is down to the style in which it's told.I actually rate this 3.5 but since I did the same for the previ [...]

    3. After reading the last two books in the series I was somewhat impatient waiting for the third. Sad to learn that DCI Bright was killed but enjoyed the twists and turns that lead to discovering who the murderer was. Nothing is ever quite what it seems. I hope it's not the last of McNee.

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