Away from home, lots of time in airports and on planes etc. Got a couple of books at Heathrow before I left; The Business Of Dying - Simon Kernick. Really enjoyed it. Set in the UK, a policeman by day and in his time off he's a hitman for a local gangster. Gets the job of killing 3 drug dealers, but he's been set up - they're Customs & Excise. So the police and gangsters are after him. Cold Granite - Stuart MacBride. Really enjoyed this one as well. Erm... like Rebus, but set in Aberdeen, give it a try though, pretty good stuff. Theres even a copper on duty gets caught by the hero reading a John Rankin book. Nice touch! So my question is, worth pressing on with these two authors or are the books a bit repetitive? I understand everyones tastes aren't the same, just wanted to know what other arrse'rs thought. Your opinion counts!