Natural Causes A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room. For newly appointed Edinburgh Detective Inspector Tony McLean this baffling cold case ought to be a low priority - but he is haunted by the young victim and her grisly death. Meanwhile, the city is horrified by a series... show more
Natural Causes A young girl's mutilated body is discovered in a sealed room. For newly appointed Edinburgh Detective Inspector Tony McLean this baffling cold case ought to be a low priority - but he is haunted by the young victim and her grisly death. Meanwhile, the city is horrified by a series of bloody killings. Full description
Publish date: May 9th 2013
Publisher: Michael Joseph
Pages no: 458
Edition language: English
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, Mystery Thriller
Series: Inspector McLean (#1)
Detective Inspector Anthony "Tony" McLean is investigating the discovery of a dead girl that has been walled up in a basement of an old estate. As if that's not bad enough Tony also discovers that her internal organs have been removed and placed in six preserving jars around her. The evidence impli...
bookshelves: published-2012, mystery-thriller, series, britain-scotland, edinburgh, paper-read, summer-2015, first-in-series, cults-societies-brotherhoods, architecture Read on July 23, 2015 Description: When Edinburgh police find the killer of a prominent city elder less than twenty-four hours...
DI Tony McLean investigates a series of murders in Edinburgh, Scotland and confronts an ancient evil. He must find a way to put a stop to it and bring killers to justice.I found this book as a free download for my Kindle and liked it so much I bought the second in the series. Although there's a para...
James Oswald's Inspector McLean books have been cropping up regularly on my radar for a good while now, but as a crime agnostic I'd never felt particularly inclined to read them. I was, however, encouraged when this one made the Richard and Judy bookclub list last summer which can be a bit hit and m...
Really liked the supernatural twist and that it wasn't so overpowering, despite everything.
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