End of the Line (Inspector McLevy)

End of the Line (Inspector McLevy)

David Ashton


'David Ashton's writing is superb, his characters completely convincing, and his narrative grabs you - i used to be going to claim, via the throat - and doesn't allow you to go' - The Sherlock Holmes Society of London

'McLevy is a type of Victorian Morse with a middle, prowling the suggest wynds and tenements of the never-ending interesting urban. David Ashton impeccably conjures up Edinburgh so vividly so you might believe the chilly on your bones and the threat of the previous Town's steep cobbles and darkish corners' - monetary Times

'Dripping with melodrama and derring-do' - The Herald

'Ashton's McLevy ... is a guy keen about shelling out justice, and with demons of his own' - The Scotsman

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whilst the physique of a good-looking, fleshy guy is located at the Newcastle to Edinburgh educate with the furious mark of a garotte around his throat like a deadly necklace, clearly the 1st port of name is Leith Police Station and Inspector James McLevy. The corpse is chanced on to be one 'Count Borromeo', a ruthless seducer and amoral bigamist; it quickly emerges that Jean Brash's coachman, the ginger-haired great Angus Dalrymple, used to be additionally aboard the teach and is the number 1 suspect, a proven fact that units Jean and the inspector once again at daggers drawn. whilst McLevy and Constable Mulholland eventually get to the bottom of this example, the assassin is faced in a perilous come upon at the girders and excessive gantries above Waverley Station.

this can be an variation of an episode of the BBC sequence dependent round the Victorian detective James McLevy, built for Radio four via David Ashton.

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