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The second book in Marsali Taylor’s thrilling Shetland Sailing Mysteries series.

Perfect for fans of Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Val McDermid, Faith Martin, J.R. Ellis, LJ Ross and Ann Cleeves!

‘This series is a must-read for anyone who loves the sea, or islands, or joyous, intricate story-telling.’ ANN CLEEVES

Ghosts. Folklore. A nail-biting finale.


When a visiting yachting couple go missing from the Shetland oil capital of Brae, sailing skipper Cass Lynch overcomes her mistrust of the land world to ask for help from her old adversary DI Gavin Macrae. He discovers a link to international art theft, and warns Cass to steer clear – but when one of her sailing pupils goes missing, she goes alone to discover the secrets of the Neolithic tomb known locally as a ‘trowie mound’ … Ghosts, folklore and a nail-biting finale at the local show come together to make an atmospheric, fast-moving thriller.
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PRAISE FOR THE CHILLINGLY ADDICTIVE, NAIL-BITING SERIES:


A beautifully written murder mystery… I will certainly look forward to reading more by this gifted author’ 5* Reader review

‘Well plotted interesting characters and superb descriptions of Shetland, feels as though you can see it all in front of you’ 5* Reader review

‘Great book, I couldn’t stop reading it’ 5* Reader review

‘ANOTHER BRILLIANT TITLE FROM THIS AUTHOR’ 5* Reader review

The Shetland Sailing Mysteries