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  1. Vicki Vicki says:

    I really like these books, and the fact that they re so dialogue heavy makes them quick reads The one problem I have with them is going to sound petty, and to be honest it might just be something I have to get over if I m going to like mystery novels Here s the thing I m smart I m reading about the case from 3 or 4 different points of view I m trying to think several steps ahead and examining each character as a likely suspect Maureen O Donnell is drinking herself sick morning, noon, and n I really like these books, and the fact that they re so dialogue heavy makes them quick reads The one problem I have with them is going to sound petty, and to be honest it might just be something I have to get over if I m going to like mystery novels Here s the thing I m smart I m reading about the case from 3 or 4 different points of view I m trying to think several steps ahead and examining each character as a likely suspect Maureen O Donnell is drinking herself sick morning, noon, and night, making every possible wrong move, almost getting herself killed, walking into danger and ignoring good advice, and generally being a lovable fuckup And in a flash of insight she solves the mystery and I m left scratching my head What With the amount of liquor she s belting back, she should barely be able to comprehend a bus map, let alone crack the case while my sober and crafty self is sitting in the dark.Wow, after reading that back, I can see that I really am petty


  2. Deb Jones Deb Jones says:

    Twenty something Maureen O Donnell continues to be plagued mentally and emotionally by two major life events The sexual molestation as a young girl at the hand of her father and the vicious murder of her boyfriend six months earlier The molestation in itself was devastating enough, but Maureen s ability to deal with the aftermath is seriously affected by her mother and sisters disbelief that Maureen is telling the truth.Fortunately, though, Maureen s brother and her friend, Leslie, are solidl Twenty something Maureen O Donnell continues to be plagued mentally and emotionally by two major life events The sexual molestation as a young girl at the hand of her father and the vicious murder of her boyfriend six months earlier The molestation in itself was devastating enough, but Maureen s ability to deal with the aftermath is seriously affected by her mother and sisters disbelief that Maureen is telling the truth.Fortunately, though, Maureen s brother and her friend, Leslie, are solidly behind her Well, Leslie has been until recently, ever since she s been involved with a man in her life.Maureen deals with her depression and anxiety by seeking solace in her apartment, enjoying being on her own When her thoughts encroach too heavily, Maureen turns to alcohol, often to excess.It is into this backdrop that a woman goes missing from the domestic abuse shelter where Leslie works It s not unusual for women to leave such places, but for reasons Leslie isn t sharing with Maureen, this woman s disappearance is different and personal Leslie asks Maureen s help to find Ann Harris, the missing woman who is mother to four young children and wife to Jimmy Harris.What ensues is a vigilante investigation by the two women, with Maureen going alone to London to follow the clues wherever they lead her.It s a well written story with interesting and believable characters and suspense that builds and builds until it seems there will be no end


  3. Jen Jen says:

    I love Denise Mina She writes mysteries wrapped in squalor and drama and tied up with a little crazy bow They re usually set in Scotland, which furthers my delight I m SUCH an Anglophile And if you like that sort of thing, Exile is evenbleak and psychological than the first book in this particular series.Maureen, our heroine, is recovering from the death of her psychologist lover, the return of her child rapist father to Glasgow, her family s unwillingness to accept her hatred and I love Denise Mina She writes mysteries wrapped in squalor and drama and tied up with a little crazy bow They re usually set in Scotland, which furthers my delight I m SUCH an Anglophile And if you like that sort of thing, Exile is evenbleak and psychological than the first book in this particular series.Maureen, our heroine, is recovering from the death of her psychologist lover, the return of her child rapist father to Glasgow, her family s unwillingness to accept her hatred and fear of her father, and also her last encounter with a psychopath now safe ish ly locked away in jail She s at a very low point, crying all the time with no prompting and contemplating suicide, so when her friend Leslie asks for her help in investigating the disappearance of a woman from the battered women s shelter Leslie manages, Maureen is actually kind of grateful for the distraction Her investigation leads her all over Glasgow and London as she puts herself in everdangerous situations purportedly to try and find the truth, but clearly also engaging in self destructive behavior In the end, she s rewarded with a little bit of peace and a renewed friendship with Leslie There s onebook in this series, and while I may need some time to recover from the utter bleakness and depression in this book, I won t be able to stay away in the end Because Mina just writes so well and so trueand because I m a sucker for a damaged soul


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    I don t know quite how I feel about this Maureen O Donnell broke my heart on the very last page of Garnethill The things she Leslie said about Siobhan were so bizarrely out of character nonsensically cruel, I don t think I m ever going to get over how much I loathed the end of that book, but I remember really loving everything else about it up until that point I had a hankering for a Scottish mystery novel where everybody says wee hen all the time So here we are, with mixed results.Th I don t know quite how I feel about this Maureen O Donnell broke my heart on the very last page of Garnethill The things she Leslie said about Siobhan were so bizarrely out of character nonsensically cruel, I don t think I m ever going to get over how much I loathed the end of that book, but I remember really loving everything else about it up until that point I had a hankering for a Scottish mystery novel where everybody says wee hen all the time So here we are, with mixed results.The mystery here is quite a bitexcellent than the last one this gets three stars just for that, with special kudos for the beautiful little twist I enjoyed the hell out of Maureen s incessant whiskey drinking endless smoking on her quest into the seedy, horrible underworld of London in order to figure out who killed Ann, but there s something off about the tone which makes this strangely tiring to read I was actually quite surprised to see that Maureen Leslie both purport to hang out with Siobhan all the time, since they were both so keen to tell needy people or you know, mentally damaged sexually assaulted people, like her to fuck off I m never going to get over this Although there s nothing here that s on par with that, Mina writes some strange inconsistent characterizations, like the British police detective who is well liked great to work with specifically because she doesn t make fun of her Scottish partner, then unexpectedly starts talking up all sorts of silly prejudicial stuff when she s in Glasgow I could have done without the detective angle altogether, to be frank Most of the story is told from Maureen s perspective, but there are a lot of abrupt shifts to someone else s thoughts for one line before going back to Maureen, stuff that seems like it should ve been here s my favorite word edited differently Most of all, I can t understand why there s so much intense, mutual distaste in Maureen s circle of friends The mystery is solved, Siobhan gets called a prick again, everyone hates Leslie s boyfriend including Leslie, and I don t know why any of these people bother hanging out together Maybe in another two years I ll have another hankering powerful enough to get me to read the last book in the series


  5. Nick Davies Nick Davies says:

    I did try and read this a year or two previously, but gave up after fifty or so pages as I wasn t in the mood Finishing it on this second attempt, what struck me was the high quality of the writing as compared to a number of crime novels I have read recently with functional but noprose, Mina really impresses and amuses with her stunningly evocative descriptions and wry humour I have two or three other books by the same author on my shelf waiting to be read, I will space them out and I did try and read this a year or two previously, but gave up after fifty or so pages as I wasn t in the mood Finishing it on this second attempt, what struck me was the high quality of the writing as compared to a number of crime novels I have read recently with functional but noprose, Mina really impresses and amuses with her stunningly evocative descriptions and wry humour I have two or three other books by the same author on my shelf waiting to be read, I will space them out and ration the pleasure.The only issue was the fact I didn t completely enjoy the novel, for all the high level of merit The grim events, depressing family dynamics, poverty, addiction, mental illness. it was at times a little relentless and made for a conflict between wanting to put the book down and walk away which is unusual for me , and wanting to carry on reading as you need to know what happens next Even expecting this from Denise Mina, I felt this was a little harder to take than a couple of the other series by the same author


  6. Siobhan Siobhan says:

    Upon finishing Garnethill, I wasn t overly crazy about continuing this trilogy I was interested in seeing where things went, but it wasn t an intense desire In fact, if I had not brought the trilogy as a collection, I would not have been continuing However, being a glutton for punishment, I dove into Exile with the hope of improvement after all, so many people seem to enjoy Denise Mina as an author and I was hoping to find a spark to create such a view within myself.Unfortunately, my feelin Upon finishing Garnethill, I wasn t overly crazy about continuing this trilogy I was interested in seeing where things went, but it wasn t an intense desire In fact, if I had not brought the trilogy as a collection, I would not have been continuing However, being a glutton for punishment, I dove into Exile with the hope of improvement after all, so many people seem to enjoy Denise Mina as an author and I was hoping to find a spark to create such a view within myself.Unfortunately, my feelings towards Exile were much the same as my feelings towards Garnethill I wasn t won over by this one Like the prior book, I found this one very difficult to get into It wasn t quite as hard as the prior book, as there was setup in place for the characters and we had some background information, but I still found it difficult More difficult than I would imagine a second book in a trilogy ever needs to be.As with the first book, it was a case of needing to continue reading It takes a while, but as you get deeper into the book, things get better My mind was never blown, but the elements of the crime come together and growintriguing As we work through the story, enough happens to keep you interested, curious to see how everything comes together.Overall, this was an okay second book I m hoping the final book will blow me away, will give me a great conclusion to Maureen O Donnell s story, but I m not going to hold out hope It is curiosity that has me reading the final book, rather than a deep love for the story


  7. Thomas Strömquist Thomas Strömquist says:

    This is her second book and there is no surprise that Denise Mina is a very well liked author Beautifully written, riveting story Unrelenting, strong and ruthless, almost a Seven like feeling at times.


  8. Jane Jane says:

    More Glaswegian grit and gumption from Denise Mina, my latest fave in the crime mystery genre Her heroine is a mess, her baddies are revolting, but she writes lyrically about the city itself.


  9. AngryGreyCat AngryGreyCat says:

    Just finished Denise Mina s , Exile, book 2 in the Garnethill Trilogy I did enjoy book 1, Garnethill, however this book was much better Maureen s character is in a self destructive post traumatic stress downward spiral fueled mainly by alcohol She is investigating a murder at the request of her friend Leslie, who is not much less of a mess A woman has been brutally tortured and murdered with her body dumped She was recently a resident at a battered woman s shelter, so all fingers point towa Just finished Denise Mina s , Exile, book 2 in the Garnethill Trilogy I did enjoy book 1, Garnethill, however this book was much better Maureen s character is in a self destructive post traumatic stress downward spiral fueled mainly by alcohol She is investigating a murder at the request of her friend Leslie, who is not much less of a mess A woman has been brutally tortured and murdered with her body dumped She was recently a resident at a battered woman s shelter, so all fingers point toward the husband, Jimmy, who is the only surviving parent for their 4 small boys Only things are not what they seem and Maureen through her alcohol induced haze and her desire to maintain her friendship with Leslie seeks to prove that Jimmy didn t kill his wife.The characters are what makes this work stand out Denise Mina has crafted incredibly human characters with all the dirt and despair that one could stand to read Maureen is a walking train wreck, yet in this book she comes across asintelligent, not just crafty in the way of many street survivors, but also analytical Jimmy is a portrait of despair and a born victim Even Winnie, in her own alcohol fueled rages, is a fully developed character.Liam and Vik are some of the only positive characters in the book Liam has made great strides to pull himself out of his past Vik is strong enough to insist that he deserves to be treated right by Maureen There are still differences between these two Liam wants to save or protect Maureen, while Vik wants her to save herself After the ending of this book, I will be interested to see what happens here.The mystery is well done with great twists and turns and an ending that I did not see coming There is a great sense of place in this book, even though most of the places are nowhere the reader would want to be.Great read I can t wait to read the third one


  10. Marianne Williams Marianne Williams says:

    Exile is the second book in the Garnet Hill trilogy This is not a stand alone book, you must read the first book Garnet Hill, where all of the characters and storylines are introduced The book is set in Glasgow, Scotland and London, England in 1980.This books picks up a few months after the previous book The main character Maureen O Donnell is still dealing with the aftermath of the violent death of her boyfriend Douglas and friend Martin As well as her role in bringing the perpetrator to ju Exile is the second book in the Garnet Hill trilogy This is not a stand alone book, you must read the first book Garnet Hill, where all of the characters and storylines are introduced The book is set in Glasgow, Scotland and London, England in 1980.This books picks up a few months after the previous book The main character Maureen O Donnell is still dealing with the aftermath of the violent death of her boyfriend Douglas and friend Martin As well as her role in bringing the perpetrator to justice Also, she continues to deal with her history as a child abuse survivor All of these events have caused her to be estranged from friends and family While volunteering in women s shelter she learns that a women named Ann has gone missing and tries to locate her Her body turns up dead in East End London Maureen decides a trip to London and a case are what she needs to help deal with her estrangement.While in London, she stumbles on a broader conspiracy, which put her into danger I enjoyed this bookthan the first book Since the characters and interwoven storylines are set, the story just takes off and has great pacing and intensity The outward journey that Maureen is on mirrors her inner journey and also acts as a catalyst.It is a great psychological thriller, with many twists and turns.There were a few parts where you had to suspend belief and just go along with the ride The interactions with law enforcement strained credibility There was also, profanity and violence I look forward to reading the third story Resolution


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  • Paperback
  • 388 pages
  • Culpados Ou Inocentes
  • Denise Mina
  • Portuguese
  • 15 December 2017
  • 9722341529

About the Author: Denise Mina

Denise Mina was born in Glasgow in Because of her father s job Culpados Ou PDF/EPUB ² as an Engineer, the family followed the north sea oil boom of the seventies around EuropeShe left school at sixteen and did a number of poorly paid jobs, including working in a meat factory, as a bar maid, kitchen porter and cookEventually she settled in auxiliary nursing for geriatric and terminal care patientsAt twenty one she passed exams, got into study Law at Glasgow University and went on to research a PhD thesis at Strathclyde University on the ascription of mental illness to female offenders, teaching criminology and criminal law in the mean timeMisusing her grant she stayed at home and wrote a novel, Garnethill when she was supposed to be studying instead.