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Scottish crime fiction in the Christmas kindle sale

If you are looking for a good read for your kindle that won’t break the bank this Christmas, and you like Scottish crime fiction then these are the novels for you

The Balmoral Incident
Alanna Knight
£1.39

Rose McQuinn is invited to stay with her friend Olive who has a small cottage on the Balmoral Estate. As Rose travels on the train with her trusty dog Vane and her niece Mabel, she wonders what exciting adventures await them at the Royal household. Little does she realise that within just 48 hours of their arrival, death will have visited the great castle …Can Rose find out what happened and prevent any more bloodshed?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Balmoral-Incident-Alanna-Knight-ebook/dp/product-description/B00N01TN2W/ref=dp_proddesc_0?ie=UTF8&n=341677031&s=digital-text

A Small Weeping (DCI Lorimer Book 2)
Alex Gray
99p

When a murdered prostitute is found in a Glasgow train station, DCI Lorimer is perplexed by the ritualistic arrangement of her body. It isn’t long before there is another murder and he realises there’s no time to waste if he is to stop Glasgow’s latest serial killer. A taut, suspense-filled thriller, A Small Weeping takes the reader on a gripping journey from the inner city to the wilds of the Scottish Isles, and far into the darkest depths of human nature.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Small-Weeping-DCI-Lorimer-Book-ebook/dp/B006WB2DV0/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1419695000&sr=1-1

The Last Refuge
Craig Robertson
£1.49

You can run from your past but you can never hide from yourself…
When John Callum arrives on the wild and desolate Faroe Islands, he vows to sever all ties with his previous life. He desperately wants to make a new start, and is surprised by how quickly he is welcomed into the close-knit community. But still, the terrifying, debilitating nightmares just won’t stop.
Then the solitude is shattered by an almost unheard of crime on the islands: murder. A specialist team of detectives arrives from Denmark to help the local police, who seem completely ill-equipped for an investigation of this scale. But as tensions rise, and the community closes rank to protect its own, John has to watch his back.
But far more disquieting than that, John’s nightmares have taken an even more disturbing turn, and he can’t be certain about the one thing he needs to know above all else. Whether he is the killer…

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Last-Refuge-Craig-Robertson-ebook/dp/B00EA8YW52/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1419695127&sr=1-1

The Good Priest: A Father Vincent Ross Mystery: Book 1
Gillian Galbraith
£1.09

In the house of a Roman Catholic bishop a man lies in a pool of blood. Out in the bishop’s diocese the quiet life of parish priest Father Vincent Ross is about to be thrown into turmoil by a terrifying revelation. There are ugly scandals being hidden by the church he has served for so long, and a murderer is on the prowl. The police and the authorities are groping in the dark, but Father Ross has been given special information that he cannot disclose to anyone. It gradually dawns on him that he and he alone can unravel the mystery and bring the nightmare of violence to an end. He must put his personal safety, his reputation and finally his life on the line.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Good-Priest-Father-Vincent-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00IC93UT4/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1419695293&sr=1-1

Troubled Waters: An Alice Rice Mystery: Book 6
Gillian Galbraith
£1.09

A young disabled girl is lost on a winter’s night in Leith, unable to help herself or find her way home. Someone is combing the streets, frantically searching for her. Within hours of her disappearance, a body is washed up on Beamer Rock, a tiny island in the Forth being used as part of the foundations for the new Queensferry bridge. No sooner has Detective Inspector Alice Rice discovered the identity of that body than another one is washed up on the edge of the estuary, in Belhaven Bay. What is the connection between the two bodies? Is another victim in the killer’s sight and if so, can Alice solve the puzzle before another life is taken? In this novel, the sixth in the Alice Rice Mystery series, appearances belie reality, and truths and falsehoods become indistinguishable.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Troubled-Waters-Alice-Rice-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00O3B39C8/ref=pd_sim_kinc_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0HH16MXTYCPTSPZKTB0Yi

Blood City (Davie McCall)
Douglas Skelton
99p

Glasgow’s mean streets just got meaner.
Can Davie McCall survive?

Meet Davie McCall.
Beaten, bloody… brutal.

Irrevocably damaged by the barbaric regime of an abusive father, and haunted by memories of his mother’s murder, there is a darkness inside him.

Enter Joe the Tailor. A sophisticated crimelord with morals, he might be the only man in the city Davie can trust. But then the bodies begin to mount…

In 1980s Glasgow, the criminal underworld is about to splinter. Battle lines are drawn, and the gap between friend and enemy blurs as criminals and police alike are caught in a net of lies, murder and revenge that will change the city forever.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Blood-Davie-McCall-Douglas-Skelton-ebook/dp/B00EN8OT8O/ref=zg_bs_3746215031_16

Crow Bait (Davie McCall 2)
Douglas Skelton
99p

They’ll all be crow bait by the time I’m finished…

Jail was hell for Davie McCall. Ten years down the line, freedom’s no picnic either. It’s 1990, there are new kings in the West of Scotland underworld, and Glasgow is awash with drugs.

Davie can handle himself. What he can’t handle is the memory of his mother’s death at the hand of his sadistic father. Or the darkness his father implanted deep in his own psyche. Or the nightmares…

Now his father is back in town and after blood, ready to waste anyone who stops him hacking out a piece of the action. There are people in his way.

And Davie is one of them.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Crow-Bait-Davie-McCall-2-ebook/dp/B00L0M4CG0/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1419703763&sr=1-2&keywords=Blood+city

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