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I received this as an arc from net galley in exchange for an honest review When the devil comes knocking You either tell the bastards to get the hell away Or you invite them in Wow Very good read I liked the story and the characters I liked Davie He was my favourite character It was a bit slow to start with But then it picked up And wow Just wow I liked the ending too 4. I received this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Well holy bloody cow This book was fabulous I cannot believe it had been on my TBR pile for so long This is the first book I have read by Scottish author Douglas Skelton, but it will not be the last This was proper gritty, gangland, take no sh t writing at it s finest A fast paced crime thriller that leaves you breathless The momentum is steady throughout but really picks up towards the end and I literally could not put this book down.I loved the characters in this book too, and their names were class Scrapper, Skooshie, Maw Jarvis to name a few But Davie McCall was the one that kept me turning the pages for sure Dark, dangerous and unpredictable this guy utterly fascinated me There was also a vulnerable side that came through, especially when it came to Vari and when Davie was having flashbacks about someone from his past I was drawn in quite quickly and think he may well be my new fictional crush every girl likes a bad boy whether they admit it or not I may not want to marry his type but I certainly want to read about him This was the third in the Davie McCall Saga and I will definitely be reading Blood City and Crow Bait It may explain a few things that came up in this book Would I suggest they are read in order on reflection, yes but it is a great story in it s own right and I did not feel like I could not follow the story Sure, some of the surprises may be lost, but if they are half as good as this book I know I will not be disappointed There was absolutely nothing I did not like about this book The cover was fab The story was amazing and the characters were solid I look forward to reading the first two books and will definitely be reading from this author in the future Buy this book You will NOT regret it Download Kindle ♗ Devil's Knock ☹ Best E Book, Devil S Knock By Douglas Skelton This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Devil S Knock, Essay By Douglas Skelton Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I chose to read an ARC of this book and the opinions are my own Thank you to Netgalley for making this possibleWow loved this from beginning to end This book was just as brilliant as the other 2 in the series.It was gripping, realistic ,believable and so well written, This is another book in the series i would highly recommend I cant get enough of Douglas Skelton s Davie Mccall seriesWhy no voting buttons We don t let customers vote on their own reviews, so the voting buttons appear only when you look at reviews submitted by others.Permalink This is the third book in the Davie McCall series, I binge read them all in a couple of days, brilliant books This one follows on from Blood City and Crow Bait and plunges us straight into Glasgow gang warfare in the 90s Drug dealing is rife and serious money can be made, when the Jarvis family suspect that Rab McClymont s gang is moving in on their patch, all hell breaks lose.Once again, the characterisation is superb and the setting of 90s Glasgow is extremely realistic and atmospheric I love all the references to the music and culture of the time and when there is a murder practically in the street where I grew up well it just makes it all the realistic Brilliant series, I would thoroughly recommend, have one to read, Open Wounds, and I can t wait to get started on it This is the third in this series and, in my opinion, the grittiest Although it can be read as a stand alone, there is so much that has gone before that, to get the best from this book, it is preferable to have read the first two.So, Davie s world gets darker, he is drawn into violence when revenge rears its ugly head Despite his best effort to steer clear of the heavy stuff, to abide by his own code, circumstance, reputation and connection just keep on dragging him back Again, the book is crammed with action, this time violent than previous books but this is in keeping with the escalation on the streets with the prevalence of drugs and gangs so it didn t seem out of pace It still sits a little uncomfortable rooting for a baddie, especially with what he seems to be getting involved with in this book, but he is still trying to keep the dark at bay and abide by his code so he is still worth he benefit of the doubt and, let s face it, everyone loves a bad boy The dialogue and language in this books is at just as high a standard as the first two, vernacular is easily worked out from context or looked up and there is some great banter between the characters The Setting, Glasgow, is almost a character in its own right so strong the part it plays in the book, In reading the first three books, we see the degeneration of the City, How drugs, gangs and guns are becoming widespread as time goes on.This book is a brilliant addition to the saga of Davie McCall and I really can t wait for the next one.I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 3rd the Davie McCall series Davie a Glasgow gangster is haunted by a turbulent past and an uncertain future Davy is not the main character in this book, rather it is populated by a myriad of characters who revolve around each other like satellites in the cosmos What I also like is no one character wears a white or black hat Rather differing shades of grey I enjoyed this book and would recommend it. A gritty, dark, action packed story of criminals and their ilk in 90 s Glasgow.The characters are well described, but they are not what you would call memorable.Haven t read any of Douglas Skelton s work Will look out for in future.I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher Luath Press via Netgalley in return for an honest unbiased review. Top marks to Douglas Skelton for this instalment of the Davie McCall series I m loving this series and happily recommend it but start with book one and get the full story. Another hard hitting installmentDavie McCall loses some relationships but also gains some.He finds himself working out where he stands and why as the gangs of Glasgow come into deadly battle.This book will keep you enticed to the last word