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DI Alex Morrow and her team have been shadowing a woman suspected of being involved in a large drug-smuggling and money-laundering operation. Roxanna Fuentecilla recently moved from London to Glasgow in suspicious circumstances and Morrow's bosses want all the glory when she's finally arrested. But then Roxanna disappears. She's left her partner and her two children and something about the situation, and the children's evasive attitude, leads Morrow to question what's really going on.
In the nearby picturesque town of Helensburgh, Iain Fraser is struggling to live with his overwhelming guilt. Under orders from the infamous Mark Barratt he's just killed a woman and now he's left with blood on his hands. Meanwhile Miss Grierson, a former scout leader who left the sleepy seaside town decades ago, has returned. Allegedly she's here to sort out her recently deceased mother's estate, but Iain knows her mother died over two years ago and suspects she has an ulterior motive.
Critically acclaimed Glaswegian crime writer Denise Mina is the author of 11 previous novels. She also writes short stories, plays and comics, including writing HELLBLAZER, the John Constantine series for Vertigo, for a year. Since 2012 she has been adapting the Stieg Larsson Millennium Trilogy as graphic novels. She is a regular contributor to TV and radio. In 2012, Denise won the THEAKSTON'S OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR AWARD for THE END OF THE WASP SEASON and in 2013 she won the same award for GODS AND BEASTS.
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