Crime & Mystery Fiction

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    A Perfect Match
    Jill McGown - Hardback - Bello
    A woman's last known companion is missing and she has been found dead. The whole town of Stansfield says it's an open and shut case but Detective Inspector Lloyd is only sure of one thing, that is, that in a murder case anybody could have done it.
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    Picture Of Innocence
    Jill McGown - Hardback - Bello
    A gruesome murder at a secluded farm launches DCI Lloyd and DI Judy Hill into the most unusual murder enquiry of their careers. For as the initial evidence is sifted, they soon begin to wonder why cruel Bernard Bailey was not murdered sooner.
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    Plots And Errors
    Jill McGown - Hardback - Bello
    When Andrew Cope and his ex-policewoman wife Kathy are found dead in their fume-filled car, there are few who doubt that they have simply taken the easy way out. But DCI Lloyd goes out on a very insubstantial limb when he treats the death as suspicious.
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    Peril On The Royal Train
    Edward Marston - Paperback - Allison & Busby
    1858. The driver and fireman of a goods train are speeding along near the Scottish border. As they take a sharp bend, they can see that the track ahead has been ripped up. There is no way to avert disaster. Inspector Colbeck and Sergeant Leeming are sent north to investigate.
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    A Perfect Match
    Jill McGown - Paperback - Bello
    A woman's last known companion is missing and she has been found dead. The whole town of Stansfield says it's an open and shut case but Detective Inspector Lloyd is only sure of one thing, that is, that in a murder case anybody could have done it.
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    Picture Of Innocence
    Jill McGown - Paperback - Bello
    A gruesome murder at a secluded farm launches DCI Lloyd and DI Judy Hill into the most unusual murder enquiry of their careers. For as the initial evidence is sifted, they soon begin to wonder why cruel Bernard Bailey was not murdered sooner.
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    Plots And Errors
    Jill McGown - Paperback - Bello
    When Andrew Cope and his ex-policewoman wife Kathy are found dead in their fume-filled car, there are few who doubt that they have simply taken the easy way out. But DCI Lloyd goes out on a very insubstantial limb when he treats the death as suspicious.
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    Pray For The Dying
    Quintin Jardine - Paperback - Headline
    The killing was an expert hit. Three shots through the head, as the lights dimmed at a celebrity concert in Glasgow. A most public crime, and Edinburgh Chief Constable Bob Skinner is right in the centre of the storm, as it breaks over the Strathclyde force. The shooters are dead too, killed at the scene. But who sent them? The crisis finds Skinner, his private life shattered by the shocking end of his marriage, taking a step that he had sworn he never would. Tasked by Scotland's First Minister with the investigation of the outrage, he finds himself quickly uncovering some very murky deeds.
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    Pilgrim Soul
    Gordon Ferris - Paperback - Corvus
    Brodie is approached by the Jewish community of Glasgow to solve a series of thefts. But the thief is found dead, knifed by the owner of the house he was robbing. When the householder is also found murdered, Brodie finds his case has become a violent mess.
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    The Papers Of Tony Veitch
    William McIlvanney - Paperback - Canongate
    Eck Adamson, an alcoholic vagrant, summons Jack Laidlaw to his deathbed. Probably the only policeman in Glasgow who would bother to respond, Laidlaw sees in Eck's cryptic last message a clue to the murder of a gangland thug and the disappearance of a student. With stubborn integrity, Laidlaw tracks a seam of corruption that runs from the top to the bottom of society.

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