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The Swedish Girl

The Swedish Girl

***THE MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING DETECTIVE SERIES***

‘One of the best is Alex Gray’ Literary Review
‘Intensely exciting and atmospheric’ Alexander McCall Smith
‘Move over Rebus’ Daily Mirror

Murdered in cold blood . . .
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When Kirsty Wilson lands a room in a luxury Glasgow flat owned by Swedish fellow student Eva Magnusson she can’t believe her luck. But Kirsty’s delight turns to terror when she finds the beautiful Swedish girl lying dead in their home and their male flatmate accused of her murder. Kirsty refuses to accept that he is guilty and, inspired by family friend Detective Superintendent Lorimer, sets out to clear his name.

Meanwhile, Lorimer calls on trusted psychologist Solly Brightman to help unravel the truth behind the enigmatic Eva’s life and death. But it is not long until another woman, bearing a marked resemblance to Eva, is brutally murdered. Horrified, Lorimer realises that Kirsty could be right. Is it possible that Glasgow’s finest detective has put the wrong man behind bars?

And is there a cold-blooded killer out there orchestrating the death of the next innocent victim?

Whether you’ve read them all, or whether you’re coming to Alex Gray’s highly acclaimed Lorimer series for the very first time, this is the perfect, page-turning winter read if you love Ann Cleeves, Val McDermid or Ian Rankin.
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***PRAISE FOR ALEX GRAY***

‘Convincing Glaswegian atmosphere and superior writing’ The Times

‘Brings Glasgow to life in the same way Rankin evokes Edinburgh’ Daily Mail

‘Exciting, pacy, authentic’ Angela Marsons

‘Sums up everything that is golden and enthralling about a good book’ Fully Booked
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 5th December 2013

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780751548228

Reviews

Gray is the new master of Scottish crime writing.
Scottish Daily Express
Brings Glasgow to life in the same way Ian Rankin evokes Edinburgh.
Daily Mail