Questions for a Dead Man

Questions for a Dead Man: The thrilling new instalment of the Sunday Times bestselling series

Crime & Thrillers
Paperback Published on: 26/10/2023
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Your favourite Scottish detective returns in 2023 in an enthralling new mystery'Immensely exciting and atmospheric' ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH 'Move over Rebus' Daily Mail 'Exciting, pacy, authentic'ANGELA MARSONS HOW DO YOU SOLVE A MURDER, WHEN ALL YOU HAVE ARE QUESTIONS? ___________When a prominent MSP goes missing, DSI William Lorimer wastes no time in investigating. Robert Truesdale was fronting the controversial campaign to legalise drugs in Scotland, and his enemies were numerous. With every passing day, the chances of finding him alive grow slimmer. Then the worst happens. A car bomb explodes in a nearby village, and the blackened body pulled from the wreckage appears to be Truesdale's. Yet there are details that don't add up and soon Lorimer is questioning whether the victim was all he claimed to be. Lorimer calls on the assistance of his friend, PC Daniel Kohi, who has infiltrated a local gang as part of a police initiative to crack down on drug-related crime in Glasgow. As their investigation draws them into the dark heart of Glasgow's criminal underworld, Lorimer and Kohi discover that danger is everywhere and nobody is as they seem.___________ WHAT READERS SAY ABOUT ALEX GRAY"I have read every book in the Lorimer series and each one has been a pleasure" ***** "Alex Gray is a master storyteller" ***** "She never disappoints" ***** "I cannot wait for the next book" ***** "Her writing always keeps me engrossed" *****

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780751583328
  • Number of pages: 432
  • Weight: 300g
  • Dimensions: 192 x 124 x 34 mm

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Questions for a Dead Man
⭐️ 5 ⭐️ Questions for a Dead Man is the 20th addition to the DSI William Lorimer series — it can easily be read as a standalone, but I’d highly recommend ... READ MORE