'Immensely exciting and atmospheric' ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH
'Move over Rebus' Daily Mail
'Exciting, pacy, authentic' ANGELA MARSONS
Everyone's favourite Scottish detective is back with a brand new case - one that takes him out of Glasgow and into the wilds of the Scottish highlands.
Glencoe, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands - a place of dramatic mountains, rare beauty a haunting history, and brooding atmosphere. Every year climbers come from all over the world to experience the mountains, and every year some fall to their death.
Lorimer, still Head of MIT, takes Zimbabwean former policeman and refugee Daniel Kohi hill climbing there, to Buchail Etive Mhor where they find the body of a climber. Another climbing accident ? But then other bodies are discovered, first in the nearby old Ballachullish Slate Quarry, and then in a remote mountain bothy - and a murder investigation is underway.
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