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Book Twenty Seven.
Fourteenth Brookmyre. Read during the (many) rainy days while on holiday. A definite shift in style for Brookmyre; straighter with less outlandish- and graphic-comedy moments, and more typically crime fiction, but nonetheless enjoyable. I will admit that i do miss Parlabane's ridiculous escapades, though.
Also: Extra photo of the paperback edition i ordered to take on holiday, that did not arrive in time (oops). So i lugged the hardback all the way to Cornwall and back.
Where the Bodies are Buried = Reluctant PI + ((Glasgow gangsters + Glasgow Police) ^ corruption)