Carrbridge writer will sign new title
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AS part of her tour to celebrate the release of her latest novel Time For The Dead, Carrbridge crime writer Lin Anderson will be popping in to Waterstones Inverness tomorrow (Saturday) morning to sign copies, bringing a special guest, canine Twitter celebrity Blaze the dog fae Skye @Blazespage
In the 13th Rhona MacLeod book, the story begins while illegal street racing is going on in the underground tunnels of Glasgow.
There, four Harley-Davidson riders make a horrifying discovery: a dead man left in the darkness, hands together on his chest as if peacefully laid to rest.
The cause of death is unclear, the only clues are a half glass of red wine and a partially eaten chunk of bread by his side that echo the ancient religious practice of 'sin-eating'.
Called to the scene, forensic scientist Rhona is puzzled by the lack of evidence.
But when another body is found near her own flat, laid out in a similar manner, she fears a forensically-aware killer stalks the city and is marking the victims with their unique signature.
Even more worryingly, the killer appears to be using skills they may have learned while attending her forensic science lectures at Glasgow University.
Is Rhona being targeted?
And is the killer drawing Rhona and the police into a deadly race against time, before the next victim is chosen . . .
Sins of the Dead is the thrilling 13th book in Lin Anderson’s Rhona MacLeod series.
Meet Lin at Waterstones Inverness, on Saturday, August 10 when the writer will be signing her new book and appearing with Blaze from 10am.
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