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Evidence of Death

Narrated by: Sean Barrett
Series: Detective Grace Macallan, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
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Summary

Scarred by the troubles in Belfast, Billy Nelson returns to his loyalist roots following his discharge from army service. But an outbreak of gang violence forces Billy to move on to Edinburgh, where he muscles in on the capital's drug trade. As the balance of power tips, underworld rivalries between Edinburgh, Glasgow and Belfast spill onto the streets. 

With a spate of horrific incidents and a trail of victims, the pressure is mounting for Grace Macallan, new superintendent of the Crime & Counter Terrorism Directorate. Troubled by her own demons and with everyone baying for Billy Nelson's blood, can Grace hold her nerve?

©2018 Peter Ritchie (P)2018 Oakhill Publishing

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a very good follow up to the first book

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  • Nicole
  • 27-11-19

Intricate characters

Masterstroke using Sean Barrett, excellent book loved the sense of humour laughed out loud in places. The profanity and language could be cut back, really unnecessary as the content is excellent.

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