Nothing to Hide

Nothing to Hide

The new book in the brilliant Constance Fairchild series, from one of Scotland's foremost crime writers. 'THE NEW IAN RANKIN' Daily Record 'OSWALD'S WRITING IS A CLASS ABOVE' Express Suspended from duty after her last case ended in the high-profile arrest of one of Britain's wealthiest men, DC Constance Fairchild is trying to stay away from the limelight. Fate has The new book in the brilliant Constance Fairchild series, from one of Scotland's foremost crime writers. ...

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Title:Nothing to Hide
Author:James Oswald
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B07NCZXGN7
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

Nothing to Hide Reviews

  • Vivienne
    Jul 25, 2019
    My thanks to Headline/Wildfire for an eARC via NetGalley of James Oswald?s ?Nothing to Hide? in exchange for an honest review. Double thanks are due as I also participated in The Pigeonhole?s group read and was able to share my thoughts and comments with other readers (as we...
  • Clare
    Jul 26, 2019
    Nothing to Hide is the second book in a series about DC Constance (Con) Fairchild. I haven?t read the first book - but I will be reading it. Not having read the first book didn?t cause me any problems with understanding and enjoying this one. It?s a police procedural of sorts...
  • Kate
    Jul 26, 2019
    I'm a huge fan of James Oswald's McLean novels and I also enjoyed the first Fairchild novel. The characters and the writing in Nothing to Hide are as good as ever but I found that they weren't really backed up by the plot, which never seemed to get going. It's slow-moving and bitty, wi...
  • Karen Cole
    Aug 06, 2019
    Nothing To Hide is set a year after the events in the first book in the Constance Fairchild series, No Time To Cry and sees Con coming back to London after spending time in the Highlands, trying to hide from the intense media attention. However, her return to her flat quickly turns sou...
  • Jan
    Jul 25, 2019
    This is the first james Oswald that I have read and it was incredibly fast paced. DS Constance Fairchild is lying low after her last case when she finds the mutilated body of a young man. Still alive Constance is curious about him but she is sidelined from the Met. The victim seems to ...
  • Karolyn
    Jul 28, 2019
    This is the second book in the series which features DC Constance Fairchild which is written by James Oswald and I have taken to this series just like the Inspector McLean series, I love it! In this book, DC Constance Fairchild is still suspended from duty after her last case ended....
  • Stephanie
    Jul 24, 2019
    With thanks to the publisher for the copy received via Pigeonhole. Nothing To Hide is a follow up novel that I couldn?t wait to read after loving No Time To Cry. It could be read as a standalone novel but I do recommend you read them in order. Con has been suspended from her job f...
  • T. K. Elliott (Tiffany)
    Jul 06, 2019
    I really, really wanted to love this. James Oswald is one of my favourite authors, and although I didn?t enjoy the first Con Fairchild book as much as his Inspector McLean series, I hoped that this second Con Fairchild book would be different. It wasn?t, only more so. I shall...
  • Anne M
    Aug 18, 2019
    ?Nothing to Hide? is the second book in Oswald?s DC Constance Fairchild series. Con, as she likes to be called, has been suspended from duty after her last case ended in the high-profile arrest of one of Britain?s wealthiest men and exposed corruption in the Metropolitan Police...
  • Mary Picken
    Jul 17, 2019
    More and more this series is feeling like it?s my happy place. Not, I hasten to add, because it is all sweetness and light; far from it. But I love James Oswald?s characters and in the Con Fairchild novels he?s got all the ingredients for a cracking crime novel with a difference ...
  • Emma
    Jun 06, 2019
    DC Constance Fairchild is back in London? and back in trouble. Or maybe still in trouble, it?s hard to tell. It?s bad enough that her suspension?s not been lifted, that she?s on the receiving end of serious attitude from other police for rocking the boat, and that the gutter ...
  • Hazel
    Aug 26, 2019
    Reading Stuff 'n' Things This is the second book in the Constance Fairchild Series and a follow on from "No Time To Cry" which I absolutely loved and enjoyed so much that I was a little apprehensive to read this just in case it didn't live up my expectations ... I needn't have worri...
  • Rodrigo Acuna
    Aug 09, 2019
    Writing propaganda by woke committee. Propaganda writing is not entertaining to the reader, even when presented as a thriller, the characters have to fit the new woke patterns of a world that does not exist and has never existed the main character is a woman but her relations with...
  • Jo-anne Atkinson
    Sep 15, 2019
    After taking down a paedophile and a corruption ring at the heart of the establishment, Constance Fairchild is now suspended until after the trial. Hounded by the paparazzi, obsessed by her privileged background, and shunned by the police colleagues and friends of the accused Con has j...
  • Paromjit
    Jun 26, 2019
    James Oswald's new series featuring DC Constance Fairchild has a barnstorming new addition with Con still suspended after the fallout from the 1st book, and returning to London to provide input into the trial of the hugely powerful and wealthy Roger DeVilliers and the corrupt Detective...
  • Kim Slaney
    Aug 02, 2019
    I was able to read this book as part of pigeonhole slave a day. The book starts off well, though I didn?t know it was the second book in a series. Was interested in what happened in that book, but continued anyway. Wish I hadn?t, the book lack interest in places and you were taken ...
  • Margaret
    Jul 25, 2019
    An exciting read in the Connie Fairchild series. By careful writing the author makes you aware of the happenings in the previous book that lead to Connie?s suspension from duty. In this book she is still on suspension but has returned to her London flat to try to get back on with her...
  • Nerys Roberts
    Jun 10, 2019
    Detective Constable Constance Fairchild is still on suspension after uncovering a web of corruption in the police but has returned to London to prepare for the trial. While putting some rubbish out near her flat she discovers a young man - he?s barely alive and has had his tongue and...
  • Emma
    Aug 05, 2019
    I was able to read this book courtesy of Pigeonhole and James Oswold! I only got two pages into the first stave and realised there was a preceding book which I hadn?t known! I had a difficult decision to make. Carry on with book 2, which I could feel was going to be good one hoping t...
  • Sandra
    Aug 29, 2019
    You can?t really compare Nothing to Hide (and No Time to Cry) with the Inspector McLean series, apart from the fact they were all written by James Oswald; they are very different. Con Fairchild is suspended from duty and lacks the focus of working on an active investigation, but trou...
  • Jen
    Jun 27, 2019
    If there is anyone who deserves a little bit of a break, it is Con Fairchild. If there is anyone highly unlikely to get one, that would also be Con Fairchild. In the first of the series, Con found herself at the heart of a massive case, steeped in scandal, one which brought down not on...
  • Colin Garrow
    Sep 10, 2019
    Following her suspension in her previous case, DC Constance Fairchild wants to stay out of the spotlight, but returning to her London flat she discovers a barely alive young man whose body is horribly mutilated. Though the possibility of a shift to a different department is in the offi...
  • Elaine Tomasso
    Jul 11, 2019
    I would like to thank Netgalley and Headline for an advance copy of Nothing to Hide, the second novel to feature DC Con Fairchild of the Met. Still suspended Con has been out of London for months to escape the relentless pursuit of the paparazzi but now she has returned home to prep...
  • Lel Budge
    Jul 29, 2019
    This is the second book in James Oswald?s series featuring DC Constance Fairchild. Con is suspended, while awaiting the trial of Roger DeVilliers, a paedophile, and the corrupt detective Bailey. She is being harassed by the media, with paparazzi camped on her doorstep and she i...
  • Bruce Hatton
    Sep 19, 2019
    In the second novel of this promising series Detective Constable Con Fairchild is still having to deal with the fallout from what happened in the first novel. Namely, her exposing a paedophile ring which numbered a wealthy businessman and senior police officer. As well as being regarde...
  • Jacqueline  sharp
    Jul 31, 2019
    This book can be read as a stand-alone book but I would recommend you read the first in the series before reading this one (No Time to Cry) a lot more of the story will make sense especially relating to Izzy, who is Cons half sister as well as other references that pop up all the way t...
  • E.M. Swift-Hook
    Aug 23, 2019
    A Tense, Present Tense, Police Thriller DC Con Fairchild is recovering her balance, her health and her career following a high profile case which has left her the focus of media attention and forced her into hiding to escape that. Returning to London from a Highland retreat she find...
  • Mrs P Connor
    Aug 20, 2019
    I enjoyed James Oswald?s style of writing however I felt the story a bit jumpy and the plot a bit thin. I did like Con as a character though and this was its saving grace. This was my first Oswald and so needed help via the other Pigeonhole readers comments to get the references to e...
  • Fay Flude
    Jul 25, 2019
    This is the first book by James Oswald that I have read and it has certainly whetted my appetite. Con, or Lady Constance Fairchild, a Detective Constable with the Met, is feisty, determined and very funny with her one-liners. It was a terrific plot centred on The Church of the Coming...
  • Caroline Kerdouci
    Jul 25, 2019
    This novel had my attention from the start keeping me engaged and trying to guess how events would play out. I would say though that perhaps I?d have benefitted from reading the first book in this series as there were many references to past events affecting the main character, Detec...