#BlogTour #BookReview for Vermin by William A Graham @bwpublishing @inkroadbooks @linalanglee #Vermin

Vermin blog tour

Meet Allan Linton … a detective with a difference.

It’s not exactly L.A. But dead bodies are the same wherever they turn up.

Allan Linton became a private detective by pure chance. He may not follow the rules, but he always gets the job done. Until he’s hired to track down a missing girl.

All he’s got to go on is an old photo and the help – and hindrance – of the city’s biggest drug dealer and his eccentric associate Niddrie.

Linton’s investigation yields no trace of Tina Lamont. He’s ready to throw in the towel – after all, some people want to be missing. But when a dead body turns up in London, it’s clear there’s something sinister going on. And now others are on Tina’s trail …

Tina ran away for a reason – and that reason will stop at nothing to find her.



This book is excellent!!

I really enjoyed the plot and they are right with the tag line – Allan Linton certainly is “a detective with a difference”. I thought he had a great personality, some brilliant lines in the book and a great way of working that made the book really exciting.

I was hooked as soon as I started reading and I enjoyed the setting very much.  I fond the book to be an addictive read and I flew through the pages and before I knew it I was over three quarters of the way through – not bad for reading just a few chapters before bed!

Five stars from me – a thoroughly enjoyable story and one I am going to be highly recommending – a highlight of the year for me!!

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