Publish date: January 3rd 2013
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Lewis Trilogy (#3)
I loved this book. It's impossible to decide whether Blackhouse or Chessmen was better. I preferred the characters in this one, especially Whistler and his daughter - although how dare Peter May call Goth ugly? How dare he!?! A clever (albeit it at time convoluted) mystery with the same dual timelin...
Book # 3, in the Lewis trilogyThis final plot in the trilogy set on the island of Lewis featuring former policeman Fin MacLeod works perfectly well as a standalone novel. Although, newcomers will have plenty of backstory to assimilate but be assured it is neatly woven in the narrative that you will ...
The Chessmen is book three in the Lewis trilogy. I read this book in Swedish (Lewispjäserna) Fin Macleod is working as a head security on estate on Lewis. He is in charge of investigating illegal game-hunting and this brings him at a collision course with an old friend of his Whistler Macaskill a ...
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this is a brilliant trilogy. It has inspired me to find a pattern for a gansey with the Eriskay patterns
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