All that lives

by James Oswald | 17 February 2022
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Two victims. Nothing connects them, except that someone buried them in the exact same way. Seven hundred years apart. 'Oh my goodness, what a rollercoaster of a ride.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW 'Every page draws you in.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW 'Do yourself a favour and read James Oswald's series. I can almost guarantee you won't stop at one.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW An archaeological dig at the old South Leith parish kirkyard has turned up a mysterious body dating from around seven hundred years ago. Some suspect that this gruesome discovery is a sacrifice, placed there for a specific purpose. Then a second body is unearthed. This victim went missing only thirty years ago - but the similarities between her death and the ancient woman's suggest something even more disturbing. Drawn into the investigation, Inspector McLean finds himself torn between a worrying trend of violent drug-related deaths and uncovering what truly connects these bodies. When a third body is discovered, and too close for comfort, he begins to suspect dark purpose at play - and that whoever put them there is far from finished. Praise for James Oswald: 'The new Ian Rankin' Daily Record 'Creepy, gritty and gruesome' Sunday Mirror 'Crime fiction's next big thing' Sunday Telegraph
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Two victims. Nothing connects them, except that someone buried them in the exact same way. Seven hundred years apart. 'Oh my goodness, what a rollercoaster of a ride.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW 'Every page draws you in.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW 'Do yourself a favour and read James Oswald's series. I can almost guarantee you won't stop at one.' ? ? ? ? ? READER REVIEW An archaeological dig at the old South Leith parish kirkyard has turned up a mysterious body dating from around seven hundred years ago. Some suspect that this gruesome discovery is a sacrifice, placed there for a specific purpose. Then a second body is unearthed. This victim went missing only thirty years ago - but the similarities between her death and the ancient woman's suggest something even more disturbing. Drawn into the investigation, Inspector McLean finds himself torn between a worrying trend of violent drug-related deaths and uncovering what truly connects these bodies. When a third body is discovered, and too close for comfort, he begins to suspect dark purpose at play - and that whoever put them there is far from finished. Praise for James Oswald: 'The new Ian Rankin' Daily Record 'Creepy, gritty and gruesome' Sunday Mirror 'Crime fiction's next big thing' Sunday Telegraph
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