ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: October 28, 2021
By (author) Ann Cleeves; Read by Kenny Blyth
The sixth Shetland novelA killer who leaves no trace . . .A group of old university friends leave the bright lights of London and travel to Shetland to celebrate the marriage of one of their friends to a local. But late on the night of the wedding party, one of them, Eleanor, disappears – apparently into thin air.Detectives Jimmy Perez and Willow Reeves are dispatched to investigate. Before she went missing, Eleanor claimed to have seen the ghost of a local child who drowned in the 1920s. Jimmy and Willow are convinced that there is more to Eleanor’s disappearance than they first thought. Is there a secret that lies behind the myth? One so shocking that many years later someone would kill to protect it?Thin Air is the sixth book in Ann Cleeves’s bestselling Shetland series – now a major BBC One drama starring Douglas Henshall.
Reviews of Thin Air
What a fine writer she is * Sunday Times * Ann's characterization is worthy of the best writers in the field * Daily Express *
Ann Cleeves is the creator of popular detectives Vera Stanhope and Jimmy Perez, who can now be found on television in ITV’s Vera and BBC One’s Shetland. The Long Call, the start of her new Two Rivers series featuring Devonian Matthew Venn, has received critical acclaim and the series is also being adapted for television. She has written over thirty novels, which have sold over a million copies worldwide, and in 2017 she was awarded the highest accolade in crime writing, the CWA Diamond Dagger.Ann worked as a probation officer, bird observatory cook and auxiliary coastguard before she started writing. She is a member of ‘Murder Squad’, working with other British northern writers to promote crime fiction. She lives in North Tyneside near where the Vera books are set.
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