Book 11 in the Forensic Scientist Rhona MacLeod series is published next month, and, you are welcome to join me for the Pan Macmillan celebration at Waterstones West End in Edinburgh at 5pm on 15th August.
If you can be there, please RSVP confirming attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Sanday, one of Britain’s northernmost islands, inaccessible when the wind prevents the ferry from the mainland crossing, or fog grounds the tiny island hopping plane. When human remains are discovered to the rear of an old primary school, forensic expert Dr Rhona MacLeod arrives to excavate the grave. As the weather closes in, the investigation team are presented with a series of unexplained incidents, apparently linked to the discovery of thirteen magic flowers representing the souls of dead children, who’d attended the school. But how and in what circumstance did they die, and why are their long forgotten deaths significant to the current investigation?
Hope to see you on 15th August!
If you can't make it, you can still order None but the Dead here.