Madame Katerina, Detective Nine Nails McGray S Most Trusted Clairvoyant, Hosts A S Ance For Three Of Edinburgh S Wealthiest FamiliesThe Following Morning Everyone Is Found Dead, With Madame Katerina Being The Only Survivor When Questioned She Alleges A Tormented Spirit Killed The Families For RevengeMcGray, Even Though He Believes Her, Must Find A Rational Explanation That Holds Up In Court, Else Katerina Will Be Sentenced To DeathInspector Ian Frey Is Summoned To Help, Which Turns Out To Be Difficult As He Is Still Dealing With The Loss Of His Uncle, And Has Developed A Form Of Post Traumatic Stress Not Yet Identified In The Th CenturyThis Seems An Impossible Puzzle Either Something Truly Supernatural Has Occurred Or A Fiendishly Clever Plot Is Covering A Killer S Tracks
Oscar de Muriel was born in Mexico City in 1983 and moved to the UK to complete his PhD He is a chemist, translator and violinist who now lives and works in Manchester The Loch of the Dead is his fourth novel, following A Mask of Shadows, A Fever of the Blood and The Strings of Murder.
- Kindle Edition
- 432 pages
- The Darker Arts (Frey & McGray, #5)
- Oscar de Muriel
- 05 May 2018 Oscar de Muriel