24 January 2024

Review: CLEARED TO DIE, G.R. Jordan

  • This edition read on my Kindle (Amazon)
  • Highlands & Islands Detective Book 18
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09SGS5979
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Carpetless Publishing (3 April 2022)
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 227 pages

Synopsis (Amazon)

A dead controller killed alone in his tower. A climate of fear and coercion among employees and managers. Can Macleod enter the world of air traffic and bring a safe, orderly, and expeditious solution to the case?

When a commercial turboprop is forced to go-around on losing communication with Mull tower, the operations team find their oldest controller dead at his post. Amidst a furore over a change of working, Macleod and McGrath find a company in turmoil and with grudges to settle. As the sides are unmasked and the stakes known, can the pair see through the anger and disgruntlement, to bring a brutal killer to justice?

Silence is golden… unless you need to land! 

My Take

I'm unashamedly hooked on this series.

This book is set on Mull where a traffic controller is found dead at his desk when a small plane is attempting to land. 

A relatively quick read, but several puzzles keep you hooked until the end. 

But if you are new to this series, do tackle some of the earlier titles, so get some real knowledge of the main characters. I enjoy the variety of settings, and also the real variety in plots. Look out to for the well developed interactions between the main characters. They get you thinkin!

My rating: 4.5

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