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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hurt - Young People much too Vulnerable...
... because of their more than rotten family structures are easily overcome by persons they normally trust.

ATTENTION, please 20-08-2014 : This book now has been released in an American Edition under the title: Someone You Know: A Lucy Black Thriller (Lucy Black Thrillers)! Please do not buy it twice!

Brian McGilloway is widely known for his Irish...
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Hurt = Somone you know
Leider enthält dieses Buch nicht die erwartete 3. Lucy-Black-Story. Es ist "Someone you know" unter anderem Titel. Schade!! Deshalb auch nur 1 Stern.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hurt - Young People much too Vulnerable..., 16. November 2013
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... because of their more than rotten family structures are easily overcome by persons they normally trust.

ATTENTION, please 20-08-2014 : This book now has been released in an American Edition under the title: Someone You Know: A Lucy Black Thriller (Lucy Black Thrillers)! Please do not buy it twice!

Brian McGilloway is widely known for his Irish Borderlands thrillers featuring Inspector Devlin.
In his book Little Girl Lost he introduced to his readers DS Lucy Black, who is working at the Public Protection Unit and with that he had written an other real bestseller.
Now DS Lucy Black returns in "Hurt", an entangled thriller that shows once more how the young and vulnerable can fall prey to those they should normally trust blindly. Everything is about the abuse of power.

A sixteen-year-old girl is found dead on a train line one freezing December night in Derry. Only because the theft of copper cables the incoming train couldn't run over her and so a murder is discovered which had to seem a suicide of a desperate teenager. Detective Sergeant Lucy Black is called to identify the body of the murdered girl as Karen Hughes. As Lucy delves deeper in to the case, she discovers that Karen has been living in residential care as the child of an alcoholic mother and a father behind bars. The only clue as to the girl's movements are her - brand new - mobile phone and various social media sites - where her 'friends' are not all friendly - quite the opposite!
Lucy is no stranger to death: She wanted to save a mother and her two children, when the estranged father set their house on fire - but she was only able to save wee Joe, now adopted by a couple who obviously love him. But Lucy can't let go - she is still searching for the monster who burned his house and his family...
And now, with a new boss surveiling every move of her - having also a very good motive for that, she is under a pressure that has to find a valve sooner or later.
So she looks in places she better shouldn't, moves relationships built over decades - also between the police and the local thugs...
And the only one who is always ready to help her, also if it would cost his life, pays dearly for his commitment.

This is a thriller - OK.
But also an intense study of family relations - Lucy's and a whole lot of others in Northern Ireland after The Troubles.
Who doesn't want to intrude or delve deep into Northern Irish culture, maybe will have some difficulties with this very well constructed crime novel.
Only because of this fact I was tempted to give a star less - the Northern Irish society is not an easy topic to understand for strangers... For me - personally - it clearly is a five-star-book.

PS: ATTENTION, please: This book has been released in an American Edition under the title: Someone You Know: A Lucy Black Thriller (Lucy Black Thrillers)! Please do not buy it twice!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Another page-turner, 10. Dezember 2013
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Hurt (DS Lucy Black) (Kindle Edition)
"Hurt" is yet another page-turner by Brian McGilloway. Even though, to be honest, I prefer Lucy Black's male Counterpart - Inspector Devlin - I think the female Protagonist in These novels is quite impressive too. Also I like the choice of topics (this one is a rather disturbing one - especially for mothers, so beware), as they are always "real", even disturbingly so...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen stimmige und spannende unterhaltung, 11. Dezember 2013
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Hurt (DS Lucy Black) (Kindle Edition)
McGilloways zweiter Lucy Black Roman bietet gute und solide Krimiunterhaltung, es hilft wenn man den ersten Lucy Black Roman noch etwas im Kopf hat, denn die alten Geister tauchen auch hier auf.
Der Fall hat Lokalkolorit, ist angemessen komplex und die Charaktere sind tiefgründig genug.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Well written crime drama, 17. Juni 2014
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Hurt (DS Lucy Black) (Kindle Edition)
I read through the book in 3 hours, as it is thrilling, the characters are believable, the story line is very contemporary and could happen in any town.
Lucy Black is faced with the kidnapping of girls from broken homes, who faced neglect, making them easy targets for sexual predators.
The book id by the way " Someone you know" part 1-3.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Hurt = Somone you know, 10. Juli 2014
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Hurt (DS Lucy Black) (Kindle Edition)
Leider enthält dieses Buch nicht die erwartete 3. Lucy-Black-Story. Es ist "Someone you know" unter anderem Titel. Schade!! Deshalb auch nur 1 Stern.
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