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The thrilling new stand-alone novel from one of the world?s most celebrated crime writers proves that the secrets of the past can never really be hidden . . .
In the centre of historic Edinburgh, builders are preparing to demolish a disused Victorian Gothic building. They are understandably surprised to find skeletal remains hidden in a high pinnacle that hasn?t been touched by maintenance for years. Who do the bones belong to, and how did they get there? Could the eccentric British pastime of free climbing the outside of buildings play a role?
Enter cold case detective Karen Pirie, who gets to work trying to establish the corpse?s identity. When it turns out the bones may be from as far away as the former Yugoslavia, Karen will need to dig deeper than she ever imagined into the tragic history of the Balkans: to war crimes and their consequences, and ultimately to the notion of what justice is and who serves it.
Atmospheric, spine-chilling and brimming with intrigue and suspense, this is Val McDermid?s richest and most accomplished psychological thriller to date.
PRAISE FOR VAL MCDERMID
?She?s the best we?ve got.? —THE NEW YORK TIMES
?Val McDermid has become our leading pathologist of everyday evil. . . . The subtle orchestration of terror is masterful.? —THE GUARDIAN (UK)
?One of the world?s leading mystery writers. . . . Thomas Harris crossed with Agatha Christie, if you will.? —OBSERVER
Über den Autor:
VAL MCDERMID is the internationally bestselling author of more than twenty-five crime novels. She has won the CWA Gold Dagger Award for Best Crime Novel of the Year and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, among other awards; her novels have been selected as New York Times Notable Books and have been Edgar Award finalists. She was the 2010 recipient of the CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Crime Writing. In 2011, she received the Pioneer Award at the 23rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards. Her work has been published in forty countries, and more than twelve million copies of her books have been sold around the world. She lives in Edinburgh.
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Titel: The Skeleton Road
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Buchbeschreibung Harper Collins 2015-10-27, 2015. Paperback. Multiple copies available. Good to VG condition with small mark on edge. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781443431316B
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