#BLOGTOUR | Miniskirts Are Murder – Des Burkinshaw @DesBurkinshaw @rararesources @gilbster1000 #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

Porter Norton, his friends and his sarcastic spirit guide, The Gliss, are on the trail of a young actress who went missing in Soho, London, in the Swinging Sixties. Still recovering from their last adventure in the battlefields of WW1, the gang are confronted by a transatlantic conspiracy.

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Review:

Miniskirts Are Murder by Des Burkinshaw is book two in the Porter & The Gliss series. I absolutely loved the first book, so I was really excited to read this one.

As the last book, this is a cool mix of genres. I love the paranormal aspects. I love the humor mixed in with the seriousness. One of my favorite things about Des Burkinshaw‘s writing is that it captivates you from the start.

Porter and The Gliss make such a great team. Along with the other characters in this book, I love the witty banter. They feel like old friends and I was happy to read another of their adventures.

Don’t miss this one!

Rating:

5/5☆

*I received a free copy of this book from Rachel’s Random Resources to review honestly on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


Des, 52, is a former Times journalist/BBC TV producer. Miniskirts are Murder is the second in the Porter and The Gliss Investigations series, following Dead & Talking in 2019.

Des likes to live out as much of the stories as possible and spent 3 months in the US researching this novel. He runs a film school in London and has just been commissioned to write a limited season TV series intended for Netflix. He is also a keen musician and through work has jammed with people like Paul McCartney, Brian Wilson and Jeff Lynne. He is married with 1 daughter.

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