Janet Neel's second novel, first published in 1989, was judged by the critics to be a 'worthy successor' to her award-winning debut Death's Bright Angel and firmly established her detective duo of policeman John McLeish and Civil Service high-flyer Francesca Wilson as one of the most endearing double acts in British crime fiction. Whilst on holiday in Scotland, the pair witness a near-fatal climbing accident. Back in London there is another fall, this time fatal and definitely murder, plunging McLeish and Francesca into an investigation of greed and corruption in the construction industry.
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