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Bloody Scotland
by James Crawford and Val McDermid and Christopher Brookmyre




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Scotland has often been depicted as a land of haunting, misty moors, and literary genius. But Scotland has also been a place of brutal crime, terrifying murder, child abuse, and bank robbery. Crime can strike anywhere. From the southern border to the Northern Isles, suspicion and suspense are never far away. Edinburgh, with its reputation for civility and elegance, has often been the scene of savagery; the dark streets of industrial Glasgow and Dundee have protected thieves and muggers, while the villages of coast and countryside hide murderous men and wild women.

From murder in a Hebridean blackhouse and a macabre tale of revenge among the furious clamour of an eighteenth century mill, to a dark psychological thriller set within the tourist throng of Edinburgh Castle and an 'urbex' rivalry turning fatal in the concrete galleries of an abandoned modernist ruin, this collection uncovers the intimate--and deadly--connections between people and places.

Prepare for a dangerous journey into the dark shadows of our nation's architecture--where passion, fury, desire, and death collide.

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Overview

Scotland has often been depicted as a land of haunting, misty moors, and literary genius. But Scotland has also been a place of brutal crime, terrifying murder, child abuse, and bank robbery. Crime can strike anywhere. From the southern border to the Northern Isles, suspicion and suspense are never far away. Edinburgh, with its reputation for civility and elegance, has often been the scene of savagery; the dark streets of industrial Glasgow and Dundee have protected thieves and muggers, while the villages of coast and countryside hide murderous men and wild women.

From murder in a Hebridean blackhouse and a macabre tale of revenge among the furious clamour of an eighteenth century mill, to a dark psychological thriller set within the tourist throng of Edinburgh Castle and an 'urbex' rivalry turning fatal in the concrete galleries of an abandoned modernist ruin, this collection uncovers the intimate--and deadly--connections between people and places.

Prepare for a dangerous journey into the dark shadows of our nation's architecture--where passion, fury, desire, and death collide.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781643131528
  • ISBN-10: 1643131524
  • Publisher: Pegasus Books
  • Publish Date: August 2019
  • Page Count: 336
  • Dimensions: 8.27 x 5.51 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.71 pounds


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