Raven Black - Shetland (Paperback)Ann Cleeves (author)
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Raven Black is the first book in Ann Cleeves' Shetland series - filmed as the major BBC1 drama starring Douglas Henshall, Shetland.
It is a cold January morning and Shetland lies buried beneath a deep layer of snow. Trudging home, Fran Hunter's eye is drawn to a vivid splash of colour on the white ground, ravens circling above. It is the strangled body of her teenage neighbour Catherine Ross. As Fran opens her mouth to scream, the ravens continue their deadly dance . . .
The locals on the quiet island stubbornly focus their gaze on one man - loner and simpleton Magnus Tait. But when police insist on opening out the investigation a veil of suspicion and fear is thrown over the entire community. For the first time in years, Catherine's neighbours nervously lock their doors, whilst a killer lives on in their midst.
Also available in the Shetland series are White Nights, Red Bones, Blue Lightning, Dead Water and Thin Air.
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 282 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 25 mm
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“Fantastic crime series ”
I am currently up to book 3 in this Shetland Series, and I am enjoying every one so far. Cleeve's has the ability to craft characters that engage you instantly, it is not a crime novel with the invention of a... More
“You can feel the isolation.....”
This is the first book in the Shetland series. I have watched all the Vera series on the TV so decided to treat myself to the Shetland series. However, I had forgotten that I had also watched Shetland on TV. So for... More
“A great atmospheric read”
This is the first of a fascinating crime quartet set in the Shetland Isles. The sea, the weather and the isolation of island life all add to the fascination of the cleverly thought out plot. I was mesmerised.
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