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  • Location: Glasgow, Loch Ness

A Murder of Crows

A Murder of Crows

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2000s: A young couple take shelter in the woods, never to be seen again…

 

  • ISBN: 978-1911586029
  • Genre: Crime

What you need to know before your trail

The most violent thunderstorm in living memory occurs above a sleepy village on the West Coast of Scotland.

A young couple take shelter in the woods, never to be seen again…

DCI Jack Russell is brought in to investigate but where to start when the landscape is so desolate and the mood so bleak and, well the crime so strange that there’s bad feeling and a sense of foreboding from the off.

Jack heads into the forest but before long he starts to realise that he is following in the footsteps of a psychopath. A psychopath who is just getting started.

Travel Guide

Hobbs Brae

Ficitonal village and woods close to Loch Ness in the North West of Scotland. Hobbs Brae had been but a stepping stone into a dark, haunted past. It’s a fictional village but is near to Loch Ness

Loch Ness

Something dark has taken place in the murky waters of Loch Ness it would seem…Try here for a visit you will never forget (in the real world it’s perhaps the most peaceful and yet magical place on earth) You might not believe in the monster said to live in the waters here, but you won’t be able to resist waiting

Glasgow

“And the sun is slowly rising on Glasgow’s horizon. The buildings and the streets are dislocating in light, sections hovering in shards and splinters cut by the sun’s ways. All ready I can see vehicles and pedestrians, all emitting their combinations of carbons monoxide and dioxide, which rise from the streets in puffs as they make their hurried way through the freezing fog, this petrochemical city of vapours”

Booktrail Boarding Pass: A Murder of Crows

Author/Guide: Ian Skewis  Destination: Glasgow  Departure Time: 2000s

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