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For Our Sins

(Book 13 in the Inspector McLean Mysteries series)
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The wages of sin is death.

The partial collapse of a disused Edinburgh church reveals a dead body in the rubble, his head badly smashed by falling masonry. Soon identified as an old ex-con - Kenny Morgan - his death is put down to a heart attack and deemed non-suspicious.

Tony McLean is approached by a notorious crime lord who suggests the police should be looking into Morgan's death more closely. Despite struggling with his recent retirement, he is reluctant to involve himself.

But when a second man is found dead in another disused church, his forehead branded with a cross, this time it is clearly murder.

There's a killer stalking the streets of Edinburgh. Is it time for McLean to get back to doing what he does best?

Praise for James Oswald:

'The new Ian Rankin'
Daily Record

'Creepy, gritty and gruesome'
Sunday Mirror

'Crime fiction's next big thing'
Sunday Telegraph

Genre: Mystery

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