Songs by Dead Girls

Songs by Dead Girls

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When Scotland's leading virologist goes missing, Mona and Paterson from the Health Enforcement Team are dispatched to London to find him. In a hot and unwelcoming city, Mona has to deal with a boss who isn't speaking to her, placate the Professor's over-bearing assistant, and outwit the people who will stop at nothing to make sure the academic stays lost. Meanwhile, back in Edinburgh, Bernard is searching for a missing prostitute, while Maitland is trying to keep the Chair of the Parliamentary Virus Committee from finding out quite how untidy the HET office is.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 34mm | 332g
  • Dingwall, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1912240084
  • 9781912240081
  • 1,064,328

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`Laced with dark humour and a sense that the unfolding fiction could become a reality at any moment, there's a mesmeric quality to Kelly's writing that ensures this book, like its predecessor, is a real page turner; with the exception of a few hours sleep, I read it from cover to cover over a weekend - seldom does a book have that draw.'-Liam Rudden, Edinburgh Evening News; `A nicely constructed and very entertaining thriller, and comes complete with some beautifully-drawn and very memorable characters.'-Undiscovered Scotland; `An absolutely cracking thriller, with an excellent blend of pace and humour... I thoroughly enjoyed the book and am already looking forward to reading the next one!'-Amanda Fleet, author and blogger; `Songs by Dead Girls is a thoroughly entertaining read which rattles along at a lively pace. It's witty and full of brilliant characters you will both love and love to hate.'-Portobello Book Blog
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About Lesley Kelly

Lesley Kelly has worked in the public and voluntary sectors for the past twenty years, dabbling in poetry and stand-up comedy along the way. She has won several writing competitions, including the Scotsman's Short Story award in 2008. Her debut novel, `A Fine House in Trinity' was long-listed for the William McIlvanney award in 2016. She can be followed on Twitter where she post lively tweets about her novels, and lots of other topics.
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39 ratings
4.07 out of 5 stars
5 31% (12)
4 56% (22)
3 5% (2)
2 5% (2)
1 3% (1)
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