Novel Destinations - Scotland
If you lean toward reading books that are overcast with a touch of gloom, nobility, and old-fashioned values, take one of these short trips to Scotland.
Death of a Chimney Sweep
Gorgeously inclement weather adds to the atmospheric suspense when Hamish Macbeth is confronted by his most ruthless antagonist yet.
Murder on the Moor
In Agatha Christie style, a barrister and his girlfriend prepare for a party not knowing that one of the uninvited guests is going to be murder.
Birdwatchers and academics make for a deadly combination in this picturesquely located locked room mystery.
A murder raises issues of loyalty, family, and friendship versus society's need for justice. Considered a Scottish classic.
44 Scotland Street
The first in a series chronicling the comings and goings of the quirky residents who live at 44 Scotland Street.
The Distant Echo
A controversial 25-year-old cold case may be the cause of the travails cursing a foursome of former students embroiled in the original case.
The richest man in Victorian era Scotland is murdered and it would be difficult to find someone who didn't want him dead.
The Darkness and the Deep
What looks like four people killed in an accident turns out to be the cold-blooded murder of one. But which one?