By Douglas Lindsay
A haunting new Detective Sergeant Thomas Hutton police thriller.
A younger lady stands at a window in the course of the evening, taking a look around the road at a guy with a Bible. A stained-glass Jesus in blue seems down at the misplaced church. a lady hangs via the neck from a bridge within the public park, angel's wings on her again. A teenage boy lies in a bathtub, the water became blood purple. 4 church congregations were instructed to unite, with unholy results. one after the other the sufferers fall, as DS Hutton and DCI Taylor are drawn into the bothered and duplicitous global of the Christian Church, as its numbers fall and contributors struggle over the scraps of diminishing energy. And for Hutton, ultimately, it sort of feels there is the opportunity to obtain absolution for earlier sins.
Also by means of Douglas Lindsay that includes DS Hutton: The Unburied useless and a pandemic Of Crows
"I completely loved Plague Of Crows. It's one other tremendous instance of Scottish crime noir. there are many components to spotlight. The writing is superb. Sharp, fast-paced, gripping." – Crime Fiction Lover
"An very good, good written tale that might entice readers of gritty, all the way down to earth crime / noir" – giant Al's Books And Pals
"The excellent and completely exciting element of this novel is the characters, their shenanigans and their humour. Lindsay is humorous ... and he writes approximately actual folks such as you and me who're simply as careworn, jealous, damaged, grasping and broken as we are." – I intended To learn That
"Douglas Lindsay is an excellent Scottish export that are supposed to be hailed within the related method as whisky, Rankin, haggis, tartan and people Jimmy hats that you should choose up from the Royal Mile. large stuff." – Sea Minor
"I used to be instantly cringing on the horror of the murders after which guffawing from Hutton's interactions with the finer intercourse. It takes a skilled writer to tug off the sort of seamless swap of gears and Douglas Lindsay is simply that." – only a man Who loves to Read
"If you love very darkish and demanding fiction, that's beautifully written and fantastically addictive, then this one is well for you. tremendous hugely recommended." – outdated canines And New Tricks
Douglas Lindsay is the writer of thirteen novels, together with The Unburied lifeless (DS Hutton series), we're the Hanged guy (DCI Jericho), the surreal mystery Being For the good thing about Mr Kite! and The lengthy hour of darkness Of Barney Thomson (the Legend of Barney Thomson series), now a big motion picture starring Robert Carlyle and Emma Thompson.