In her acclaimed mystery debut, M.G. Kincaid introduced the complex Scottish detective Seth Mornay. Now Mornay must solve a murder while caught between the spotlight of unwanted fame and the shadowy past he'd hoped to leave behind. After the events of The Last Victim in Glen Ross, the image-conscious authorities have branded CID Sergeant Mornay a hero -- a label he would rather shun. But when Mornay is assigned the high-profile case of a young boy's disappearance, his best efforts fail: the murdered boy's body is found not far from his home. While wading through a list of evasive suspects, Mornay's own life threatens to come undone when his long-estranged father becomes a prime suspect in a heroin smuggling case -- a situation made worse by the unwelcome return of a bitter adversary to the Grampian Police department. Now, with both his career and his father's life on the block, Mornay must overcome all obstacles -- both professional and personal -- in the hunt for a child killer....aHow long do you think someone like her will hang about our CID office? Shea#39;s got plans, that one. Ia#39;m no worried.a Byrne reached into Lockwooda#39;s humidor and pulled out a cigar, then pointed it at Mornay. aNow, herea#39;s whata#39;s in it for you.
|Title||:||Last Seen in Aberdeen|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2004-12-15|