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  1. ~ Cariad ~ ~ Cariad ~ says:

    I love this series Rosie Gilmour rocks


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    Rosie Gilmour is a sassy and dedicated journalist with a heart.I loved this story in the detective thriller genre primarily set in Scotland.For some reason I ve read 3 before 2 even though I have 2 I think I got confused


  3. Roy McDine Roy McDine says:

    Loving the Rosie Gilmour series Screams in the Dark is so believable and brilliantly researched, highly recommend it.


  4. Best Crime Books & More Best Crime Books & More says:

    So having read through the first two in this series featuring Rosie Gilmour I was looking forward to seeing what happened next For those that maybe haven t read either of Anna Smith s books, Rosie Gilmour is the lead character of this series and is a journalist based in Glasgow It seems that Rosie s middle name should be take a risk as she has something of an animal instinct when it comes to getting a story No matter what or how she will find the truth and for the past two books that has me So having read through the first two in this series featuring Rosie Gilmour I was looking forward to seeing what happened next For those that maybe haven t read either of Anna Smith s books, Rosie Gilmour is the lead character of this series and is a journalist based in Glasgow It seems that Rosie s middle name should be take a risk as she has something of an animal instinct when it comes to getting a story No matter what or how she will find the truth and for the past two books that has meant putting herself in some ridiculously dangerous situations.Anna s first book was brilliant and has set her series off on a high Book two was also another great read but the first book held the edge for me Book 3 I can assure her fans, is just as good as her other two books so I don t think people will be disappointed Rosie is now back on home turf following her last trip over to Kosovo Her personal life is progressing I better not say too much for fear of spoilers , and once again she gets the opportunity to get stuck in with a new story This time around it starts with the problems in Glasgow which arise from locals becoming resentful of the refugees that seemingly get hand outs from the Government for nothing As tensions rise in the community Rosie see s a potential story and as usual starts to nose around This results in her getting dragged into the strange disappearances of these refuges.As usual Rosie finds herself befriending people that are going to drag her into their dark worlds and I found myself particularly gripped by this books storyline It s a subject that has come up many times in the press over the years and there is somewhat of a divide over public opinion I guess Anna s years as a journalist really work in her favour here and she manages to make real issues become embroiled into her fictional characters worlds The real meaning to the refugees going missing is a lotdark and to be frank with you disturbing The storyline itself was as usual cleverly done with lots of threads to the story but the underlying truth in what was going on sometimes made my stomach churn I am pleased to say that we see the return of Rosie s friend Adrian who I just love , her boss Mick brilliant guy as well as her photographer colleague Matt makes me chuckle All of these characters have a great place in the story and I really hope we continue to see them all in future books.The one thing that I also liked is that seeing as we are up to book 3 in the series we are seeingof Rosie s personal life We saw glimpses of her family history in books 1 and 2 and we see a lotof her current relationships in this book The good thing about Rosie is she is far from perfect and I can see her having a bumpy road in her personal life, which makes for ainteresting read I m afraid this review may seem rather sketchy in parts but I would really hate to put anything in that spoils the plot in any way so I m kind of restricted What I will say is that I once again loved the book, was drawn into the story and cannot wait to see what stupid situations Rosie gets herself into next time


  5. Stargazer Stargazer says:

    Well, I read half of it The story wasn t the problem at all, it was that the characters kept repeating their names to each other in dialogue over and over, which is just so false Her boyfriend used her name 19 times in two pages 19 It distracted me to the point I couldn t read it and skimmed to the end Shame.


  6. Trevor Snape Trevor Snape says:

    This is another great read staring Rosie Gilmour the ballsy newspaper reporter who lives and works in Glasgow This story sees Rosie getting mixed up with the underworld that is kidnapping refugees and chopping them up and then selling their vital organs It starts with the discovery of a body in a Glasgow canal, just a torso, no arms or legs and no internal organs A chance meeting with a refugee on the outskirts of a protest meeting against the refugees leads Rosie to suspect that certain type This is another great read staring Rosie Gilmour the ballsy newspaper reporter who lives and works in Glasgow This story sees Rosie getting mixed up with the underworld that is kidnapping refugees and chopping them up and then selling their vital organs It starts with the discovery of a body in a Glasgow canal, just a torso, no arms or legs and no internal organs A chance meeting with a refugee on the outskirts of a protest meeting against the refugees leads Rosie to suspect that certain types of refugees are going missing Following this a partner in a law firm which specialises in helping refugees obtaining asylum hangs himself To get to the bottom of this story Rosie puts her own life and the lives of her friends and associates in danger as she travels across Europe to Kosovo and neighbouring countries in pursuit of the truth Rosie s personal life as usual is in disarray, will she ever settle down The Rosie Gilmour series puts a different spin on some heinous crimes as she is newspaper reporter not a policewoman but she still wants the bad guys to be caught and punished whilst not hindering the police s investigations


  7. EILEEN SHEPPARD EILEEN SHEPPARD says:

    AwesomeI m breathless finishing this book, I have read the two prior ones about Rosie Gilmour star reporter for the Post and didn t think it could get much better , but it just did This book is brilliant, so much happened on each page, the refugees, the gangsters, even the corrupt lawyers and politicians I was hooked from the first pages Miss Gilmour must have nine lives, she has used up a fair few in her reporting and ground breaking news stories She has help from different friends from all AwesomeI m breathless finishing this book, I have read the two prior ones about Rosie Gilmour star reporter for the Post and didn t think it could get much better , but it just did This book is brilliant, so much happened on each page, the refugees, the gangsters, even the corrupt lawyers and politicians I was hooked from the first pages Miss Gilmour must have nine lives, she has used up a fair few in her reporting and ground breaking news stories She has help from different friends from all walks of life and you find yourself drawn into the drama and excitement on each page I loved it Well done Anna Smith, I can t wait to start the next one Brilliant


  8. Marc Clegg Marc Clegg says:

    I can t get enough of Rosie Gilmour and her adventures I wanna read , She gets herself in some right situations but always manages somehow to get out.That woman s got 9 lives This time she s off to Bosnia as well as other places in between to cover a gruesome story she s uncovered after visiting a housing estate where the residents are having a protest to try to get the refugees who had moved into some of the flats there when she sees a kosovan guy stood crying and Rosie, being Rosie, a rep I can t get enough of Rosie Gilmour and her adventures I wanna read , She gets herself in some right situations but always manages somehow to get out.That woman s got 9 lives This time she s off to Bosnia as well as other places in between to cover a gruesome story she s uncovered after visiting a housing estate where the residents are having a protest to try to get the refugees who had moved into some of the flats there when she sees a kosovan guy stood crying and Rosie, being Rosie, a reporter, gos to see if he s ok but uncoversthen she thought ever could imagine A book you will not be a let to put down


  9. Karolyn Karolyn says:

    It was a fast paced, well written book, full of twists and intrigue with Rosie Gilmour getting intodanger when tracking details for a story, but what a story I do love these books although still got a few to read and not quite reading in order which probably would be better so I could understand Rosie s personal life better


  10. Sophie Houston Sophie Houston says:

    Hilariously bad My favourite bit was where Intrepid Girl Reporter Rosie gets on the tube at Buchanan Street and gets off at Hyndland Road , when it s somewhatlikely that she caught the subway to Hillhead And cars don t have breaks , dear Why do such badly edited books take up valuable shelf space in libraries


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Screams In The Dark [PDF / Epub] ☂ Screams In The Dark Author Anna Smith – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Crime reporter Rosie Gilmour has learned to be tough The places she s been and the stories she s covered, she s had to beHer experience stands her in good stead for a grisly new investigation the body Crime reporter Rosie Gilmour has learned to be tough The places she s been and the stories she s covered, she s had to beHer experience stands her in good stead for a grisly new investigation the body of a refugee in a Glasgow canal, missing limbs and vital organsHe s not the first person to go missing are there vigilantes at work or is there something far sinister going on It s up to Rosie to find out but will what she discovers leave her with murder on her hands.