The Bird That Did Not Sing: Book 11 in the Sunday Times bestselling detective series

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***Discover your next reading obsession with Alex Gray's bestselling Scottish detective series***

Whether you've read them all or whether this is your first Lorimer novel, THE BIRD THAT DID NOT SING is perfect if you love Ian Rankin, Val McDermid and Ann Cleeves


Don't miss the latest thrilling series instalment - BEFORE THE STORM IS OUT NOW

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT THE LORIMER SERIES:


'Warm-hearted, atmospheric' ANN CLEEVES
'Relentless and intriguing' PETER MAY
'Move over Rebus' DAILY MAIL
'Exciting, pacey, authentic' ANGELA MARSONS
'Superior writing' THE TIMES
'Immensely exciting and atmospheric' ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH
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They stole her voice. Now they want her dead . . .

2014 : The Commonwealth Games are coming to Glasgow and security is extra tight, particularly after a mysterious bomb explodes in nearby rural Stirlingshire. As the opening ceremony for the Games draws ever closer, the police desperately seek the culprits. But Detective Superintendent Lorimer has other concerns on his mind. One is a beautiful red-haired woman from his past whose husband dies suddenly on his watch. Then there is the body of a young woman found dumped in countryside just south of the city who is proving impossible to identify.

Elsewhere in Glasgow people prepare for the events in their own way, whether for financial gain or to welcome home visitors from overseas. And, hiding behind false identities, are those who pose a terrible threat not just to the Games but to the very fabric of society.

Product Details

Price
£9.99  £9.29
Publisher
Little, Brown Book Group
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780751548273

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