Red Bones is the third book in Ann Cleeves’ Shetland series – which is now the major BBC1 drama starring Douglas Henshall, SHETLAND.
When an elderly woman is shot in what appears to be a tragic accident, Shetland detective Jimmy Perez is called to investigate the mystery.
The sparse landscape and the emptiness of the sea have bred a fierce and secretive people. As Jimmy looks to the islanders for answers, he finds instead two feuding families whose envy, greed and bitterness have lasted generations.
Then there’s another murder and, as the spring weather shrouds the island in claustrophobic mists, Jimmy must dig up old secrets to stop a new killer from striking again . . .
Also available in the Shetland series are Raven Black, Red Bones, Blue Lightning and Dead Water. Ann Cleeves’ Vera Stanhope series (ITV television drama VERA) contains five titles, of which The Glass Room is the most recent.Biografía del autor:
Ann Cleeves is the author behind ITV’s VERA and BBC One’s SHETLAND. She has written over twenty-five novels, and is the creator of detectives Vera Stanhope and Jimmy Perez – characters loved both on screen and in print. Her books have now sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
Ann worked as a probation officer, bird observatory cook and auxiliary coastguard before she started writing. She is a member of ‘Murder Squad’, working with other British northern writers to promote crime fiction. In 2006 Ann was awarded the Duncan Lawrie Dagger (CWA Gold Dagger) for Best Crime Novel, for Raven Black, the first book in her Shetland series. In 2012 she was inducted into the CWA Crime Thriller Awards Hall of Fame. Ann lives in North Tyneside.
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Descripción Pan Macmillan, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 340 pages. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0330448269
Descripción Pan Books, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0330448269
Descripción Pan, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110330448269