ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: June 17, 2021
By Fiona Erskine
As the old chemical works in Leith are demolished a long deceased body encrusted in phosphate rock is discovered. Seated at a card table he has ten objects laid out in front of him. Whose body is it? How did he die and what is the significance of the objects?
Fiona was born in Edinburgh, and grew up playing guitar, riding motorbikes and jumping into cold water. After studying Chemical Engineering at university, she learned to weld, cast and machine with apprentices in Paisley. She is now based in Teesside and travels internationally as a professional engineer.
Her debut novel, The Chemical Detective, was published in 2019.
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