Praise for Aline Templeton's Marjory Fleming series : 'Loved it' Val McDermid on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP An unalloyed pleasure - an intelligent, character-driven crime novel. Andrew Taylor on COLD IN THE EARTH 'Skilfully plotted and well-paced ... This book is a delight, from its leisurely start to the moving and unexpected finish.' Guardian on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP 'Interesting, atmospheric and - I predict - televisual' Literary Review on THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP 'It is always a pleasure to read Aline Templeton, but THE DARKNESS AND THE DEEP must surely be her best book to date. Aline's characters are so beautifully drawn ...' J Wallis Martin A compelling read. Margaret Yorke on COLD IN THE EARTH [Aline Templeton] has demonstrated that, just when we thought Scotland was saturated with detectives, a strong woman can elbow her way in and find a unique niche. Scotsman on COLD IN THE EARTH
A murdered girl haunts DI Marjory Fleming when she is asked to investigate a cold case, the shameful details of which her policeman father struggled to keep secret. Restless ghosts are brought back to life too when the T.V crew of popular crime series Playfairs Patch arrives in Galloway bringing excitement and disruption to the small market town. Actor Magnus Lindsay, son of the Polish World War Two fight pilot Ladislaw 'Laddy' Lazansky, opens Pandora's box when he confronts a fellow actor, his late father's mistress. Lindsay is not the only Pole who has come to the town to work. Tensions burn between the local youths and the incomers. The first stabbing is not fatal, but the next strike will be deadly...
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