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Dark Blood, der unter der Regie des Niederländers George Sluizer entstehen sollte, der mit Spurlos verschwunden / Spoorloos für. Es war der letzte Film mit River Phoenix. Während der Dreharbeiten zu "Dark Blood" starb der Jungstar. 20 Jahre später hat Regisseur George. Harry und Buffy sind in den Flitterwochen unterwegs, als ihr Fahrzeug in der Wüste stehen bleibt. Ein junger Witwer bietet seine Hilfe an und sie erhalten Unterschlupf in seinem Haus. Doch Harry glaubt, dass etwas nicht mit rechten Dingen zugeht. Buffy exits and the couple's fate is up to Boy's friends, one of whom is a sheriff - but, despite the crime, the two are told to leave immediately in their car. Which needless to say doesn't go down well. From there the reader is launched into a world of missing informants, sawn-off sledgehammers, fake money, counterfeit goods and jewellery shop robberies. Richard- the offender is at first thought to be a pretty ordinary sex-offender- he Dark Blood can't understand why Logan doesn't just tell them all to bugger-off. The bleeding Wo Spielt The Coroner experience for the first four to six weeks after delivering a baby is called lochia.
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The not-so-good: --Go away, Samantha, or grow a personality. Bring back Jackie! I get the plot device thing, but there were way too many of the dudes this time around.
There's a bit where MacRae has a brainstorm and goes to find Angus Black and I sat there holding the book thinking, "Was that the art student?
The car dealer? The guy in the caravan? Bizarre and distracting. Because he rapes old men. Because he's a deviant. HT TyrusBooks. We could've lost at least two subplots and come back to Knox and his backstory, because he really deserved better.
However, I can forgive a lot when DI Steel's involved. Three stars, definitely reading the next installment.
May 11, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: crime , united-kingdom. It's easier with some of my all time favourite authors - there's a few, well not to put too fine a point on it, aren't as young as they used to be.
Stuart MacBride, on the other hand, is a young man. Last time I set eyes on him he looked to be in remarkably good health.
But still, you never know. Publishers are queer folk and they may suddenly have a brain freeze, or worse still, Stuart may just get distracted by..
So I've come up with a reasonable compromise with these books which is simply "hang onto them until you can stand the suspense no longer!
One of those opening pieces that make you sit up straight and pay attention. From there the reader is launched into a world of missing informants, sawn-off sledgehammers, fake money, counterfeit goods and jewellery shop robberies.
Add to the standard mayhem of Aberdeen on a normal day well a MacBride normal day anyway , and about the only thing that McRae, Steel and the entire Aberdeen command can agree on is that having one of England's most notorious sex killers "dumped" into their patch on his release from jail is just about the height of all cheek.
Which is bad enough, but a Northumbrian DSI tagging along to "keep an eye on things" is dangerously close to taking liberties.
There is always something comforting about returning to a favoured series character - and Logan McRae is one of my favourite characters, although DI Steel is not above giving him a bit of a nudge.
Having said that, other readers of these books will be wondering what exactly I'm sniffing if I think McRae, Steel or any of the circumstances of MacBride's books are comforting.
But in a strange okay so slightly twisted way, they are comforting. That's not to say that things also don't move on in their lives, albeit sometimes slowly.
Which needless to say doesn't go down well. Nobody could possibly have imagined it would go down so badly that DI Steel would be giving him "advice" on how to get on with others mind you.
But advice she does dole out. At the same time that the impending birth of her child is making her life a lot more complicated than she thought it would As usual McRae doesn't just have to deal with Steel, DI Beattie seems to be going out of his way to behave like a prat, whilst all the time journalist Colin Miller is needling away at the police in general and McRae in particular.
The problem with an ongoing series has to be that it's sometimes too easy to slip into familiar patterns, particularly where the characters and their interactions are concerned.
DI Steel is still delightfully, gloriously over the top, but she's softening just a little, impending parenthood is obviously going to have some sort of affect, but what exactly DARK BLOOD also veers away from the more gruesome aspects of some of the recent books, and works harder on a really tight, taut, pacey and interesting plot.
There's a realistic feel of pressure - external and within, of competing priorities, and changing levels of urgency.
It feels like each of these characters is doing a fine line of tight-rope juggling - personally and professionally.
MacBride also isn't afraid to ditch popular characters, to put them in unexpected situations, to pick them up again, and generally to move his chess pieces where the will takes him.
But, as always, there's a real underlying humour - some of it observational, some of it almost slapstick, but always with sneaking sense of great affection.
The characters for each other, the author for his cast, and in the case of this reader, the reader for the whole package.
View all 6 comments. Jul 15, MadProfessah rated it liked it Shelves: read. Probably 3. The books are a bit of an acquired taste-- they are generally incredibly violent, with excessively gruesome crimes and sadistic villains.
Things are mostly told from the perspective of the police, since Logan is the primary main character. However the police are not always portrayed in positive lights, and in this one Logan is at his most unlikable, so much so that his boss, DI Steel, a lesbian with s Probably 3.
However the police are not always portrayed in positive lights, and in this one Logan is at his most unlikable, so much so that his boss, DI Steel, a lesbian with somewhat questionable ethics and disturbing unhygienic habits gives him a talking to about his "attitude.
However for some reason in DARK BLOOD, the dark and depressing downward spiral both Logan' professional and personal lives appear to be in for most of the book made me less likely to engage with the story.
I'm not sure why this was the case this time. I suppose it's because we have seen Logan generally get fantastic results so many times before that it is starting to feel oppressive that he doesn't get the recognition he deserves and is instead apparently engaged in self-sabotage for reasons which are somewhat opaque.
Happily by the end of the book he does appear to be cutting down on both the smoking and the boozing so there is hope that things will be looking up for him im future entries.
I hope so. Aug 21, Sunnie rated it it was ok. A so so police procedural - sort of this is the sixth of the Logan McRea series and I couldn't help but feel that perhaps the author is running out of steam.
Nothing too wrong with the plot but, there are only so many times I can read about McRea being put upon and used by his superiors and getting the blame without being given the chance to explain himself.
Also tired quickly of McRea being beaten up by various baddies. After the 3rd or 4th time I started to roll my eyes.
Apr 16, Elly Wendy rated it really liked it. Again I am amazed at how police forces in the British Isles manage to recruit anyone.
Will be glad to find more by this author. This was book 6 in the Logan McRae series, and despite it having a slower begining to usual there were soon crimes a-plenty.
Initially it seems as though they are totally unrelated, but they are skillfully dealt with throughout the book. The reader is treated to further developments in Logan's character, as frustrations and past events take their toll.
Often finding himself at the beck and call of various Detective Inspectors, it is hardly surprising that Logan often finds himself in the Policing This was book 6 in the Logan McRae series, and despite it having a slower begining to usual there were soon crimes a-plenty.
Often finding himself at the beck and call of various Detective Inspectors, it is hardly surprising that Logan often finds himself in the Policing Standards Office for one thing or another.
We find that he tries to find solace in a bottle, which seems to cause further problems. Most of the usual characters are still in the books, but I do miss the likes of DI Insch from the earlier books, but it was good to see the return of the journalist Colin Miller.
Once again this book was played out against the backdrop of Aberdeen, but in the depths of Winter this time. This time the reader is treated to organised crime, a relocated sex offender, counterfeit goods, forged currency, jewellry raids and the odd flasher.
All of which Logan has to get involved with to a greater or lesser extent, it's hardly surprising that he sometimes lets his frustration show.
Definitely a book that I enjoyed, and were it not for the slow start I would have given it the full five stars. I have trouble finding anything wrong with MacBride's novels as he's made me fall completely in love with Logan MacRae.
I don't really read this series any more for the crime story, more for the interaction between the characters.
Lovable, hilarious, annoying, they run the full gamut of emotions and idiosyncrasies. This edition also includes the short story 'Creep', a fun little crime tale with a twist.
View 1 comment. Jan 13, Cathy Cole rated it really liked it. First Line: Run. Richard Knox was a violent rapist of elderly men.
He was caught, put on trial, and convicted of his crimes. While in prison, he found God, and now that he's been released all he wants is to make a new start in a place where no one knows his past.
Add Knox to a stew that contains gangsters from Edinburgh, a local crime lord, an inspector from Newcastle who wants to keep an eye on Knox, and f First Line: Run.
Add Knox to a stew that contains gangsters from Edinburgh, a local crime lord, an inspector from Newcastle who wants to keep an eye on Knox, and folks from Newcastle looking for a missing mob accountant, and you can see that there's more than enough to keep McRae busy for two or three lifetimes.
His problem is that he's still being jerked back and forth between two detective inspectors who can't seem to be able to live without McRae being at their beck and call every single hour of every single day.
MacBride writes edgy, violent tales with such a finely-honed dark sense of humor that I've often found myself laughing like a total nutter only a page or two after being left stunned and slightly sickened by something else.
I know that makes me sound as if I'm a bit schizophrenic, but perhaps being a bit unbalanced helps you to understand what's going on once you've immersed yourself in MacBride's world.
I find myself having very strong and very personal reactions to the books in this series now. Logan McRae has found himself caught between two superior officers for far too long.
At first, I found both of the superiors and I'm using the term very loosely here to be hilarious although their lack of willingness to do any real work greatly bothered me.
I've gone through in the real world what McRae is going through in MacBride's fictional one. Although I did my best to find the humor in what I went through, there wasn't much to be found, and as McRae's woes keep going on a seemingly endless loop, almost every molecule of humor has been leached from the situation for me.
I love the character of McRae too much to stop reading, so I'm hoping that MacBride will be kinder to him in the next book! Despite my negative reactions I found Dark Blood to be another excellent book in this series.
All the plot lines seem hopelessly tangled, and it's a miracle that McRae is able to sort out any of them at all.
But MacBride reminds us that life isn't a fairy tale. Real life isn't neatly wrapped up and tied with a bow just as the last page is turned.
The ending of Dark Blood may leave you as angry as it did me, but-- sadly-- what happens is far from being a new occurrence on planet Earth.
Jul 07, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in DS Logan McRae has a bad attitude, as every one of his collegues is at pains to point out to him Former DS "Beardy" Beattie has been promoted to Inspector, and is taking every opportunity to lord it over him, he's way out of DCI Finney's good books after the events depicted in Blind Eye , DI Roberta Steel is being her usual acerbic and demanding self, he's drinking far too much, working all hours and his relationship with IB tech Samantha Mackie - the one thing he thought he had going for him - is beginning to suffer.
To make matters worse, he's receiving unwelcome visits from local gangster "Wee" Hamish Mowat's enforcer, Reuben. McRae and Steel are deputed to oversee the resettlement of an unwanted citizen to Aberdeen - notorious serial grandpa rapist, Richard Knox - who has elected to return to his childhood home after being parolled following a lengthy sentence in Newcastle.
Knox is accompanied by Newcastle-based Detective Superintendent Danby, who remains in Aberdeen to oversee the former prisoner's assimilation.
Predictably, the good and bad citizenry of Aberdeen are not overly delighted when Knox's return to Scotland is revealled by the press and a series of protests and violent incidents ensue.
Knox maintains he just wants to live a quiet life and practice his newfound Christian faith - but is that really the case? It transpires that he was once the beancounter for a recently deceased Novacastrian gangster, and may be the one person who knows the relevant details and codes to access his hidden millions.
Meanwhile, Steel is trying to locate a missing informant, a minor crim who's been working on a residential development owned by notorious gangster Malcolm "Malk the Knife" McLennan.
Aberdeen is also awash with counterfeit currency and pirated electrical goods, leading McRae all over the nearby countryside in search of their origin.
We see a much darker side of McRae's personality in this outing - it's hardly surpising that he's both traumatised and jaded following the events of the preceding two novels, Flesh House Logan McRae 4 and Blind Eye Logan McRae 5.
While these novels read well as standalones, having now read all three in order , I would recommend that new readers tackle them in series order, as there is a strong underlying character-development arc that links these three.
Highly recommended for those who like their crime thrillers gritty. Once again to the author I still believe the phrase dark and gritty was invented for in the 6th instalment of his ongoing Logan Macrae series.
I don't go deep into plot because no matter how long a book has been published there is still going to be someone who hasn't read it. That said it does take a while for the main case to get going and I feel this hindered the book somewhat.
I said in my review of the last book that I was happy to see Logan grow a backbone and stand up to his superiors.
Thi Once again to the author I still believe the phrase dark and gritty was invented for in the 6th instalment of his ongoing Logan Macrae series.
This continues but you can tell the HUGE workload put on him is taking its toll. Ninety-seven percent of the oxygen transported by the blood from the lungs is carried by hemoglobin.
Besides carrying oxygen around the body, hemoglobin helps remove carbon dioxide from the body. The difference in color between venous blood and arterial blood is known as the arteriovenous oxygen difference.
Ovarian cysts can also cause menstrual changes such as late periods, bleeding between periods or irregular periods, so you may also want to get familiar with these warning signs of ovarian cysts.
In the years during the menopause transition, you may experience darker periods with black or dark brown period blood. The reason for this is because your periods can become less frequent and you may have lighter menstrual flow.
Doctors from the Mayo Clinic say that in the years before menopause, your periods can become lighter or heavier, longer or shorter because ovulation becomes less regular.
In rare cases, the cause of dark period blood could be due to a cancerous growth in your reproductive system.
Although the majority of cases with dark period blood are nothing to worry about, doctors from Cancer Research UK say one of the signs of womb cancer is abnormal bleeding.
The bleeding could be accompanied with vaginal discharge that is very dark and has a bad smell to it. Doctors at Cancer Research UK reassure women that only a small number of cases of irregular bleeding is because of cancer.
However, if you are post-menopausal and have vaginal bleeding or are worried about abnormal vaginal bleeding, you should see a doctor for a checkup to put your mind at rest.
An infection of your reproductive organs called pelvic inflammatory disease PID may affect your monthly cycle resulting in a black period.
It is important to get PID treated as soon as possible as the disease can progress and leave you infertile or experience other complications. However, implantation bleeding may cause dark brown or black spotting when you expect your period.
Implantation spotting can be an early sign of pregnancy and happens to around one-quarter of women. Implantation spotting may cause dark-colored spots if you have become pregnant.
When a fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterus lining, you may notice some implantation cramping pain and brown spots on your underwear.
According to the American Pregnancy Association, implantation bleeding causes spotting and discharge that is dark brown in color. Because this happens about 6 to 12 days after ovulation , you could mistake the dark spotting for the start of your period.
However, the difference between implantation bleeding and regular period blood is that implantation bleeding is much lighter and only lasts up to two days.
During your pregnancy, you may also experience occasional dark spotting. The color of blood can range from brown to red and will be light.
During pregnancy, you will experience an increase in discharge and this is completely normal and nothing to worry about. Doctors from the National Health Service say that many women lose a small amount of blood during pregnancy.
Also, in the last week of pregnancy, you may experience thick mucus-like discharge with some blood. However, you should also mention any kind of vaginal bleeding during pregnancy to your obstetrician.
In some cases, dark brown or black discharge during pregnancy could be a symptom of miscarriage. However, a miscarriage will have other serious symptoms like severe abdominal pain, passage of tissue from the vagina, and dizziness.
If you have any symptoms of a suspected miscarriage, you should contact your doctor for a checkup. Most cases of having a black period are just old blood that has been in the uterus too long and gets expelled through the vagina.
This can often happen at the end of your normal period and can be associated with irregularities in the menstrual cycle.
Usually, there is nothing to worry about as doctors say that a dark or black period can be normal for many women. However, you should always pay attention to your menstrual cycle and menstrual flow.
This will help you spot any irregularities in your period and help you decide if you need to see a doctor. In some cases of vaginal bleeding, it is wise to see a doctor for a checkup.
Especially if you are pregnant, you should mention any type of vaginal bleeding to your doctor. According to doctors from WebMD, you should see a doctor about vaginal bleeding in the following circumstances: Article Sources.
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However, along with being the life saving fluid, it also acts as an indicator of our well being. That is the reason, in case of any health ailment, a blood test is prescribed since the blood test is one test which can reveal the exact health parameters and the exact causes of any health ailments if any.
Following the blood color and taking a clue from the blood color is one of the essential tricks to estimate the health of our body.
Human blood is originally red in color. The human blood helps in transporting the most vital substances such as minerals, oxygen, and other essential compounds across different parts of the body.
However, under certain serious health conditions, the blood becomes dark and at times almost black. It is important to understand the conditions and the reasons why your blood is so dark?
The healthy human blood color is bright red. This is because the blood of human beings carries oxygen to all the parts of the human body.
Well, oxygenated human blood has the healthy blood color of bright red due to the presence of hemoglobin, the respiratory pigment, which is responsible for transporting oxygen to the tissue cells.
However, when the human blood becomes deoxygenated, under specific circumstances, the blood tends to get dark and usually is dark red, blackish red, or maroon in color.
This dark blood indicates health problems. At times, human blood can also tend to be brown, green or dark red almost black in color because of some abnormal form of hemoglobin.
Blood flowing in human veins is darker in color since the oxygen carried by blood has already been delivered to the different cells of the body.
Thus the veins carry the lowest oxygenated blood. Most of the wounds and cuts in human beings make blood flow from the veins since the veins are near the outer surface of the skin.
Since commonly the cuts impact the veins, the blood that we see flowing out is dark red in color. In fact, in case of bight red color blood is seen oozing out of a wound, it should be immediately checked with the doctor since this might indicate a severed artery.
More the oxygenation of blood reduces darker the color of the blood gets. Apart from this, there are certain cases of blood poisons which can cause the blood to get a rust color which might not be as dark as black but certainly not the healthy blood color.
Methemoglobinemia is a health condition in which blood appears to be of chocolate brown color. In this health condition, Methemoglobin, a type of hemoglobin, forms within the blood which does not carry oxygen.
This reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood, thus increasing the viscosity of the blood which makes it appear darker. Another important cause of dark and thick blood can be old and stagnant blood such as menstrual blood.
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