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Pan Macmillan
FORMAT: Downloadable audio file
ISBN: 9781529024883
RRP: £11.99
PUBLICATION DATE: March 4, 2021

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Picture Her Dead

By (author) Lin Anderson; Read by Sally Armstrong

A sinister killer is hiding the bodies of his victims in Glasgow’s derelict cinemas in Picture Her Dead, the eighth novel in Lin Anderson’s forensic crime series featuring Rhona MacLeod.When art student Jude Evans disappears on a trip to photograph one of Glasgow’s many derelict cinemas, her friend Liam reports her missing to the local police. Unable to get the authorities to take him seriously, he enlists the help of his mother, forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod, in his search for the missing girl.In an attempt to retrace the last known steps of Jude, they begin working through the list of cinemas she had intended to visit. Their efforts lead them to make a grisly discovery, hidden behind one of the cinema’s crumbling walls, and soon a murder hunt is under way.Dealing with personal trauma arising from the unknown fate of a close friend, Rhona must maintain focus as the investigation gains momentum. Fearing the girl’s disappearance could be linked with something she wasn’t supposed to see at the ruined picture house, time is running out, and if she’s not found soon it could be too late . . .

Reviews of Picture Her Dead

Lin Anderson is one of Scotland's national treasures – don't be fooled by comparisons, her writing is unique, bringing warmth and depth to even the seediest parts of Glasgow. Lin's Rhona MacLeod is a complex and compelling heroine who just gets better with every outing * Stuart MacBride * The bleak landscape is beautifully described, giving this popular series a new lease of life * Sunday Times * The best Scottish crime series since Rebus * Daily Record * Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod has become one of the most satisfying characters in modern crime fiction – honourable, inquisitive and yet plagued by doubts and, sometimes, fears . . . As ever, the landscape is stunningly evoked and MacLeod's decency and humanity shine through on every page * Daily Mail *

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