Uncaged Review – Blue Wicked by Alan Jones

Blue Wicked
Alan Jones
Crime Suspense/Noir

The tortured corpses of young alcoholics and drug addicts are turning up in Glasgow and only Eddie Henderson seems to know why. When he tries to tell the police, his information is ridiculed and he’s told to stop wasting their time.
One officer, junior detective Catherine Douglas, believes him, and together they set out to discover why the dregs of Glasgow’s underbelly are being found, dead and mutilated.

Uncaged Review: A crime book set in various places of Scotland. Vet Eddie is investigating some horrible cat murders until he learns that the killer is also hunting down people with drugs or alcohol abuse problems. He teams up with a junior detective Catherine Douglas and to get to the truth they come across the method the killer is using which is to mix an ingredient with a bottle of Blue Wicked.

This is the first book I’ve read by the author. It is such a good storyline well written. Not just of the human side but of the animal side too. Being an animal lover myself it was hard to when he describes what happens to the poor cats. But this is a problem that people should be aware still exists animal cruelty. I think Alan Jones makes a good point with this book. Reviewed by Jennifer

5 Stars