Burn The Evidence

Burn The Evidence

Keith Nixon / Aug 17, 2019

Burn The Evidence Mixing business with family can be a murderous affair A body washes up on the beach near Ramsgate in the South of England For DS Solomon Gray the case appears cut and dried a drowning An immigrant An

  • Title: Burn The Evidence
  • Author: Keith Nixon
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  • Mixing business with family can be a murderous affair A body washes up on the beach near Ramsgate in the South of England For DS Solomon Gray, the case appears cut and dried a drowning An immigrant Another victim to the sea in his desperate attempt to reach the UK.As the tidewaters recede, two corpses surface One appears to be a refugee, stabbed to death The oMixing business with family can be a murderous affair A body washes up on the beach near Ramsgate in the South of England For DS Solomon Gray, the case appears cut and dried a drowning An immigrant Another victim to the sea in his desperate attempt to reach the UK.As the tidewaters recede, two corpses surface One appears to be a refugee, stabbed to death The other, Gray recognises immediately Regan Armitage son of business tycoon Jake Armitage Gray knows this means trouble.A post mortem reveals ligature marks on Regan s wrists Drugs in his bloodstream All signs indicate murder Armitage swears to track down his son s killer and avenge his death.Gray s investigation points to a deadly fire ten years prior, and soon Armitage comes under suspicion But DS Gray knows what it s like to lose a child and puts aside his distrust of Armitage to help.How are the dead men connected to each other and to the infamous fire It s then that Gray gets another tip on the whereabouts of his own missing son, TomBurn the Evidence is the second book in a series featuring Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray The crime series is perfect for fans of Ian Rankin, Stuart MacBride, and Peter James.

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        Keith Nixon is a British born writer of crime and historical fiction novels Originally he trained as a chemist, but Keith is now in a senior sales role for a high tech business Keith currently lives with his family in the North West of England His novels are published by Bastei Lubbe, Caffeine Nights and Gladius Press.He can be found on the social media platforms Twitter knntom and Facebook or his website keithnixon Keith Nixon is the new fresh voice we so desperately need in these days of dreadful Fifty shades of blandness Ken Bruen Author of Blitz, London Boulevard Priest Keith Nixon gets better with each new book Among a promising crop of new writers he s the one to watch A rare and diverse talent who has the ability to surprise and impress sometimes in the same sentence Tony Black, author of The Last Tiger and The Inglorious Dead Nixon writes hard hitting fiction, with a dash of humour, a cast of great characters, and a dollop of violence Luca Veste, author of Dead Gone and The Dying Place Lean, mean and gritty, with writing as sharp as a razor cut that ll hit you just where it s needed Matt Hilton Author of the Joe Hunter thrillers A beautiful flow to the prose that keeps you hooked right in, some twisty turny goodness and a jaw dropping ending Liz Loves Books The plot is deftly woven and subtly seeded with little clues to help you along the way but I was still taken aback by the final reveal and felt like kicking myself Which is just the way it should be Crime Fiction Lover The twist at the end is one of the most jaw dropping moments I have had reading crime thrillers For hours afterwards I was going back over everything in the book and the clues are all there, but I did not see it coming at all I cannot recommend this book highly enough Readingwrites blog It is well written, with fast paced descriptions, a hard hitting plot, great characters and unexpected twists and turns Off the shelf blog What a great character Keith Nixon has created here Promises to be one heck of a ride Big Al s Books Pals blog Tight, punchy with a distinct voice Crimesquad


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    1. 3.5 StarsBURN OF EVIDENCE sees the return of DS Solomon Gray in this second of a series. It starts with the three bodies that wash up on the beach. One was drowned, one was stabbed and the other is the son of a very prominent businessman.Regan Armitage had quite a reputation the spoiled son of a very rich man, he felt entitled to all sorts of things, especially women. Even though drugs were found in his body, most people who knew of him swear the boy never took drugs. So what was he doing with [...]


    2. I would like to thank Netgalley and Bastei Entertainment for a review copy of Burn the Evidence, the second novel in the Margate based DS Solomon Gray series of police procedurals.Solomon is called in to investigate when three bodies are washed up on the beach, two are obviously illegal immigrants and the third is Regan Armitage, son of the shady Jake. Regan was not a pleasant individual but there are no obvious suspects until the investigation gets underway and the team uncover several surprise [...]


    3. GNab Burn the Evidence is the second in the Detective Solomon Grey series by author Keith Nixon. Like the first in this series, this is a fast read, a well-timed British police procedural with easy to like police and hard-nosed bad guys. I enjoyed getting to know better the essential personnel in this series, and found the prose colorful and interesting. Unlike the first in this series, there is no closure at the end of this novel, however. Will have to read Solomon Gray #3 to see how this one e [...]


    4. 3 starsBe aware that this is a cliffhanger. To determine the ending, you’ll have to wait for/read the next book in the series.DS Solomon Gray is called to the scene of a body in the surf. It appears to be an immigrant. There is no identification on him. Shortly, two more bodies are noticed. One was stabbed – another immigrant? The other is none other than the son of a wealthy businessman Jake Armitage. Regan Armitage was into much that caused him trouble, especially women. The autopsy reveal [...]


    5. Very solid followup to "Dig Two Graves" finds DS Solomon Gray looking into the case of 3 bodies that wash up on the beach of a well known refugee landing area. What starts out looking like a fatal attempt by immigrants to reach English soil quickly turns into so much more when they find one of the bodies has stab marks and another one is the privileged son of a very wealthy, very powerful businessman/gangster. The investigation takes Gray all the way back to a deadly fire 10 years ago that raise [...]


    6. As an American, this is my first time reading a detective thriller that takes place in UK, and I must say it was very enjoyable. Kudos to Keith Nixon for a well written, novel that transported me to the beautiful, seaside Margate where DS Gray introduced me to the department and to the seedy underbelly as he took me on a crime solving journey! Burn the Evidence is the second book in the Solomon Gray series and although I have not yet read the first book, I found it very easy to follow. The only [...]


    7. Burn the evidence Keith NixonThis is the second in the Solomon Gray series. I enjoyed the first "dig two graves" and was looking forward to reading the next installment. This book did not disappoint! Keith Nixon"s writing and storytelling has evolved and improved. He blends past and present events effortlessly and left me now looking for a third in the series to find out what happens next??Burn The Evidence is again set in Margate with many familiar characters from the first book. This book is d [...]


    8. Already looking forward to the next book in this series.Having thoroughly enjoyed Dig Two Graves, the first in the DS Solomon Gray series, Burn the Evidence is equally as good, if not even better. It’s intricately and skilfully plotted with the various strands neatly woven together at the end. But this is no ordinary police procedural. In addition to being a fast-paced page-turner of a murder mystery, Nixon explores a number of themes, both universal and topical, which add considerable depth t [...]


    9. Thank you Netgalley and Keith Nixon for the eARC.This is the 2nd in the Solomon Gray series and it's a good one, a well written, taut police procedural. When a body washes up on the beach, it proves to be a refugee, but when two more bodies wash up, one of them is definitely not a refugee. He is Regan Armitage, the son of a wealthy, prominent business man. He had drugs in his system and ligature marks on his arms. A spoilt, womanizing young man, he was, according to friends and family, not into [...]


    10. WOW!! I absolutely loved the first Solomon Gray book and am always worried when you get the second in case it's not as good. If possible, it was even better! A tightly written murder mystery where nothing is quite as it first seems, everyone is a baddie but some baddies are not quite as morally repugnant as others! Detective Gray's private life is beautifully woven into the fabric of the book, and I'm desperate to see how this all turns out. Fabulous prose and excellent characterisation all comb [...]


    11. The second book in the series and this was even better than the first. Interesting plots moving at a fast pace, Keith's books get better and better. Another great read and I really feel like I know Solomon Gray so well. A 5***** read for me and can't wait for the next.


    12. Burn the evidence is the followup to Dig Two Graves. We are back with DS Gray he’s flawed to the max but he’s good at what he does.Gray has one hell of a back story which continues to unravel during this book. He can’t let go of the past, his son went missing years ago and when potential new information surfaces he can’t focus on the job at hand. That job being a triple murder.When 3 bodies are given up by the sea Gray is trust into the case but are the bodies connected and if so how? S [...]


    13. Burn the Evidence is the second book in the DS Solomon Gray series and it’s a real murder mystery, bound to keep you turning the pages. DS Gray is called out to investigate a body that has washed up on the shore in Ramsgate, soon another two bodies are found, one of those is Regan Armitage, the son of a business Tycoon with many unsavoury contacts, and a character to match, he has his own methods in going after revenge, and even though DS Gray loathes what Armitage stands for , he cannot but h [...]


    14. This is the second book in the Solomon Gray series from Keith Nixon. I enjoyed the first book but I feel that the author has really hit his stride with this one. The storytelling is compelling, with fairly short brisk chapters and pacey narrative. There is a nice balance between the development of a current murder investigation and evolution of the story arcs of the main protagonist and the secondary characters that we met in the previous novel. There are a number of flashbacks throughout the no [...]


    15. DS Solomon Gray is beginning to get his life on an even keel, or at least is learning to handle the guilt of losing his son ten years earlier, and his family since. When the bodies of illegals are washed up on the shore, he’s offered the sniff of a cross-Channel connection to his abducted child – but is he looking in the right place, or is the same sort of subterfuge at work that has placed the son of a notable villain in the surf with the illegals?The crime element is much closer to the for [...]


    16. A very interesting read with a well written murder mystery and police procedurals of the investigation neatly described.DS Solomon Gray is likeable for his humanness he isn't perfect and knows it. And he is willing to just scale the boundary of what's permissible if it means gaining more knowledge of what he is investigating.His search for his son continues in the background of this case which is about the murder of Regan Armitage, the son of the local rich man. The two are woven in well.The ban [...]


    17. I love this detective series. Once again read in 2 sittings. The stories always have multiple layers that come together nicely at the end but then end on an OMG cliffhanger. If, like me, you enjoy a series that keeps the same characters and lets you get involved with them, then these books are for you.Roll on book #3. I can't wait to find out what happens with Sol next.Highly recommended.


    18. burn the evidence by Keith Nixon.Solomon Gray is back. this time a body has been found on the beach. but when they get there another body is found. Regan Armitage. they will be Trouble. Will Gray find the murderer? Will he also find his son?absolutely fantastic read. Love Grays character. Can't wait for book 3. Omg. this series is a must read and I would highly recommend this book. 5*. would give more if I could.


    19. The second book in the D.S. Solomon Gray series and a great follow up to book one. Very good character development and fast paced. Jake Armitage is a very unlikeable character, controlling and arrogant but Solomon empathises with him in the loss of his son. A very inconclusive ending means that I will read book 3! If you like solid and well written police procedurals, this is one for you. Read Dig Two Graves first though for the background to the characters. Thank you Net Galley for my copy.


    20. Solomon Grey is growing on me. I liked this book better than the first. The first novel was a little too depressing for my taste. This one has plenty of darkness, what else would you expect from a murder mystery? But there are glimmers of hope and I found myself not wanting it to end - I'll be back for the next one!


    21. Another terrific book by Keith. This one captured my attention and I only put it down to sleep (unfortunate requirement lol). I cannot wait to see where the story takes us next and if Sol gets the answers he desperately wants.


    22. Having read and enjoyed the first Solomon Grey book I was looking forward this.While the ongoing thread of Greys missing son lingers in the background, the main story centers around the very current theme of people trafficking. As bodies are washed ashore, Grey recognizes one as the son of an old acquaintance and the unraveling of the multi stranded plot begins. No spoilers but suffice to say it’s a great story expertly executed by Nixon, fleshing out the Grey character as each book adds somet [...]


    23. This is the second book in the DS Solomon Gray series and develops the previous story line and the characters. Having said that it is still a good stand alone read. The characters are well drawn so you almost feel that you know them, especially Solomon. There are a few unexpected twists and turns so you never quite now how it might turn out. I enjoyed this book & I’m looking forward to the next one.


    24. This is the second book to feature Solomon Gray, but could easily be read as a stand alone. Now, I have a wee soft spot for Sol - he's damaged, and that makes him interesting. This book sees him investigating the death of the son of an old friend, but also looking at a crime from 10 years ago. The story nips along at a good pace, and features some interesting, well described characters. It was hard to tell who was good and who was bad, and I certainly didn't guess all of the outcome. And some of [...]


    25. A great follow up to the first book - Dig Two Graves. Solomon Gray has a new case to solve, an old friend of his Jake Armitage receives news regarding his son. Solomon is under pressure to find out what happened to him. He finds his loyalty is divided between Hamson and Carslake. At the same time his mind is still on his missing son Tom who he believes may possibly be alive and wants more answers.I can not wait for the next installment to this series!


    26. I absolutely loved reading this book. I had read the first book in the DS Solomon Gray series, so I enjoyed getting to know him more as he attempted to solve a very difficult case that had him involved in many ways. The author has created a multi faceted character who is very engaging. My only complaint is that I NEED to read Book 3 NOW!!


    27. Incomplete? I received this book free from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Written by Keith Nixon, and published by Bastei Entertainment, an imprint of Bastei Lübbe AG in 2017, the book seems incomplete to me. Loose ends abound at the conclusion of the story. Although the novel has a good pace, and although the protagonist, Detective Sergeant (DS) Soloman Gray, is a relatively likable character, the story leaves us with too many unanswered questions. We [...]


    28. DS Gray is back in the next part of this series - to me I enjoyed this book more than the first however it did end on a cliffhanger. If you don't like cliffhangers maybe wait until the next book is out so you can carry on reading!Gray is called in to investigate three bodies that have been washed up. Two refugees, who were fleeing a war torn country and the son of a prominent local businessman - why were they in the water? What happened? The investigation leads Gray to a fire that occurred 10 ye [...]


    29. Rating : 3.5I received a ebook copy  from netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThe novel follows the journey of DS Solomon Gray as he investigates the murder of Regan Artimage. Regan was the son of the business tycoon, Jake. Regan's body was found along with the bodies of two immigrants. The police find evidence that there was a third immigrant who has escaped. In the meantime Jeff( DCI) provides some information on Tom, Gray's son who has been missing for 10 years. Will Gray and team find [...]


    30. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed Dig Two Graves, I was eager to dive into the follow-up and follow-on; I absorbed it in just a few sittings. It's just as good, if not better than the previous installment in the series, and the somewhat cliffhanger of an ending has got me looking forward to the third book. One of the things I like most about Nixon's style is his subtlety; even his reveals are almost an aside, as if to say, "Bet you didn't see that coming, now let's move on." I really like Solom [...]


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