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Detective Inspector Fin Macleod is sent from Edinburgh to investigate. For Lewis-born Macleod, the case represents a journey both home and into his past. Something lurks within the close-knit island community. Something sinister. As Fin investigates, old skeletons begin to surface and soon he, the hunter, becomes the hunted.
This is described as a crime novel but it's much more than that a the crime is part of a much wider story. I loved it as much for the descriptions of the island which is really a character playing its own part in the story alongside the people. To say nothing of the weather! To me the crime was almost secondary.
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