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Nothing ever happens in Fort Crow, Scotland, or so Inspector Alec Brodie thinks. But when the body of a tourist is found in the woods, the detective begins to see that things aren’t all that they seem in the sleepy little town, especially when the murder is ruled as an accident. With raised suspicion, Alec now has to wonder, who is trying to cover up the killing of Grace Allan?
Realizing he can’t trust anybody, Inspector Brodie sets out to solve the mystery on his own, until he meets Rosie Allan, a woman determined to help catch her sister’s killer. Stubborn and set in his ways, Alec is reluctant to accept her assistance, but Rosie is persistent, not to mention beautiful, and he finds her impossible to refuse.
Together, they begin to uncover the dark secrets hidden within the small Scottish town, and with those secrets, they find answers. But can they solve the mystery without getting themselves killed—or worse, falling in love?
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My Review: *****
Move over Sherlock Holmes; Inspector Alec Brodie is here to solve a murder that has been ruled an accident. Grace Allen was alone on what should have been her honeymoon in Fort Crow, Scotland. Instead, Grace caught her (ex) finance` Matt, screwing his best man’s wife in their bed, which put an end to their engagement. Grace and her older sister Rosalyn shared their love of Outlander, written by Diana Gabaldon, and the main character Jamie Fraser played by Sam Heughan. Rosie convinced Grace to go check out the sites and maybe fall in love with a Scotsman. The night before Grace’s return home, she called her sister on her way back to the inn when she spotted a gorgeous guy with green eyes through a bay window at a pub when Rosie said, go in and say hello. When Grace didn’t turn up at the airport, didn’t answer her phone or messages; Rosie knew something was wrong.
I’m fairly new to the writings of Kelsey Kingsley; having read-only five other of her books, this one is completely different. It’s more of a thriller mystery. A well done, who did it, brilliant in the way she keeps us in the dark till the very end.