Hew Cullan Mystery 1: Hue and Cry - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Shirley McKay / Kindle Edition / 320 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-01 by Polygon
Newest Review: ... a witch. And here I'll start off with a complaint. Despite the fact that I really enjoyed Hue & Cry, I felt some ... more
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by - written on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I downloaded the Kindle version of Hue & Cry by Shirley McKay for the simple reason that it was only 49p, the fact that it was historical fiction also drew me in as I'm getting bored of my modern crime thrillers at the moment so had subconsciously been looking for an 'in' into this (marginally) more gentle genre. Hue & Cry is set in the 16th century, in Scotlands blossoming university city of St. Andrews. A boy is found dead of a head wound, suspicion falls upon the man who tutored him to try and gain a university place. Another death, this time the local dyer, occurs very shortly afterwards - the man charged with investigating these events, Hew ... Read the complete review
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