Some things just won’t stay buried…
Logan McRae’s personal history is hardly squeaky clean, but now that he works for Professional Standards he’s policing his fellow officers.
When Detective Inspector Bell turns up dead in the driver’s seat of a crashed car it’s a shock to everyone. Because Bell died two years ago, they buried him. Or they thought they did.
As an investigation is launched into Bell’s stabbing, Logan digs into his past. Where has he been all this time? Why did he disappear? And what’s so important that he felt the need to come back from the dead?
But the deeper Logan digs, the more bones he uncovers – and there are people out there who’ll kill to keep those skeletons buried. If Logan can’t stop them, DI Bell won’t be the only one to die…
About the author
Stuart MacBride is the No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author of the Logan McRae and Ash Henderson novels. He’s also published standalones, novellas and short stories as well as a children’s picture book.
Stuart lives in the northeast of Scotland with his wife Fiona, cats Grendel, Gherkin, Onion, and Beetroot, some hens, horses, and a vast collection of assorted weeds.
‘A tense and gritty thriller’ Irish Sunday Independent
‘The pages turn effortlessly. His best work yet.’ i
‘A tour de force … smartly paced and vividly pungent’ Laura Wilson, Guardian
‘MacBride’s books have always been ambitiously plotted and firmly character-driven … They are only getting richer and more rewarding. The Blood Road is his best work yet’ Scotland on Sunday
Praise for Stuart MacBride:
‘Dark and gripping. A riveting page-turner’ Independent on Sunday
‘MacBride is a damned fine writer’ Peter James
‘A satisfyingly compelling thriller’ Sunday Mirror
‘Skilful storytelling … strong characterisation … both intriguing and engrossing’ Guardian
‘MacBride’s thrillers just keep getting better’ Express
‘Exciting … a guaranteed bestseller’ Literary Review
‘Unmissable … Superb storytelling’ Sun
‘Crime fiction of the highest order’ Mark Billingham
‘A terrific writer … Logan McRae is a delight’ The Times