Echo of the Dead - DSI William Lorimer (Paperback)Alex Gray (author)
Murder stalks DSI Lorimer to the Scottish Highlands when two corpses are discovered on Glencoe's peaks in this page-turning addition to Gray's bestselling series.
After a stressful winter, DSI William Lorimer is enjoying some time away from Glasgow. He and his new friend, Daniel Kohi, have retreated to the wilds of the Scottish Highlands to unwind. But what awaits them is far from a holiday.
Despite its troubled history, the mountain village of Glencoe is now a popular resort, famed for its close-knit community, its breath-taking scenery and the warm welcome it offers weary travellers. So it's particularly shocking when two bodies are discovered in quick succession on the nearby peaks.
With a potential serial killer on the loose, Lorimer's Major Incidents Team are drafted in from Glasgow. It's clear that a dark secret lurks beneath the wild beauty of this place. But will Lorimer manage to root it out before the killer strikes again?
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 276 g
Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 30 mm
'Echo of the Dead is Alex Gray at her finest. Beloved characters tackle a murky tale against the stark beauty of Glencoe, where murderous passions seem to form part of the very earth. Alex shows no sign of slowing down after 20 years of Lorimer!' - The Herald
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“A great addition to the series”
This is another entertaining outing for DSI Lorimer and whilst this is the 19th in the series, it can easily be read as a standalone.
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“Thriller set in the SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS”
“A remote village. A ruthless killer.”
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“An excellent addition to the series”
Another fantastic edition to the DSI William Lorimer series.
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