The Reluctant Detective - Sinclair Macleod Reviews
Description:Print Length: 251 pages / Publisher: Marplesi / Published: 21 Sep 2010
Newest Review: ... danger than he's every experienced before. Craig is a fairly ordinary young man in his late twenties: he enjoys his job, ... more
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Glaswegian, Craig Campbell is an independent insurance investigator whose usual jobs involve insurance fraud so he's rather taken aback when he's approached by a woman asking him to investigate the death of her son who she believes was murdered, although it has been officially declared an accidental death. Not expecting to discover anything, Craig reluctantly agrees to investigate but as he begins to dig into the death of Rory Kilpatrick, he finds that there are some elements of the case which simply don't add up and after his office and flat are broken into, leaving his elderly neighbour fighting for her life, Craig's convinced that Rory was indeed murdered.. ... but .. Read the complete review
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