Review published on November 12, 2017.
Bloody Scotland is a treasure trove of short stories.
Twelve crime writers, twelve stories, each and every one a pure delight to read. As each story was completely different, ranging from the very macabre to the lighthearted, I raced through the book, never once guessing the ending, holding my breath as the villain outwitted the police, or following those that had done something so bad they needed to meet a sticky end! At the end of the book, there are pages of locations, each page telling the reader a little bit about the locations in the stories.
Perfect for all crime lovers.
Angie Rhodes 5/5
Bloody Scotland by Lin Anderson et al.
Historic Environment Scotland 9781849172431 hbk Sep 2017
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