The Girl in the Glass: A McCabe and Savage Thriller (McCabe and Savage Thrillers)

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3 Comments

  1. A solid read This is the first novel I have read by James Hayman and I was intrigued by the premise. I have always been a sucker for anything mystery/suspense and I am glad that I requested this book as it lived up to both of these genres. 

  2. James Hayman please keep writing these great stories! As in his previous three novels, James Hayman keeps my blood pumping fast with McCabe and Savage and these murder plots. Many surprises, red herrings and just people acting so stupid about their lives I wonder at the patience the police have even in interviewing them. All makes for a rousing police procedural and a great evening read. Hayman provides amazingly clear settings and strong motives for the stories within the story. Portland, Maine and its surrounds blend perfectly with the plot…

  3. THE GIRL IN THE GLASS The fourth book in the McCabe and Savage series, and so very good. This story was a little different in that it went back and forth between the present and 108 years ago. Sex, murder, and adultery both past and present lends itself to a very good mystery. McCabe and Maggie’s personal lives also adds to the story. Can’t wait for more- I love this series!

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