Evil for Evil (Marjory Fleming Series #7)

Evil for Evil (Marjory Fleming Series #7)

by Aline Templeton

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Evil for Evil (Marjory Fleming Series #7) by Aline Templeton

A skeleton is found shackled to a rock in a sea-cave near an isolated Scottish village. And DI Marjory Fleming attempts to uncover the pattern she cannot see, a deadly and ugly pattern she must solve before it’s too late.

Lovatt Island is one of a group of beautiful, uninhabited islands, near the isolated village of Innellan in south-west Scotland. The skeleton found in one of its sea-caves, shackled to the rock, looks like the relic of some long ago conflict between rival smuggling gangs, but the modern watch clasped around its bony wrist gives the lie to that. It presents a challenging, if not perhaps an urgent case for DI Marjory Fleming. But in the village there is an atmosphere of fear and tension and seemingly unconnected incidents start to happen: unpleasant vandalism; a house is set on fire. The rank smell of hatred is in the air and Fleming, desperate to prevent more violence senses a pattern she cannot see, a deadly uncompleted design becoming uglier and uglier.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780749014704
Publisher: Allison & Busby, Limited
Publication date: 03/15/2014
Series: Marjory Fleming Series , #7
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 810,030
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

ALINE TEMPLETON lives in Edinburgh with her husband and their Dalmatian dog. She has been Chair of the Society of Authors in Scotland and has been nominated for the Crime Writers' Association committee.

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Anonymous 10 months ago
I have read all of Aline Templeton. She just gets better and better. I've grown to love her characters. They make you feel good about yourself and life.