Time & Tide

A Hew Cullan Mystery

By Shirley McKay

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1582, St Andrews. In the swell of a storm, a ship is wrecked in the harbour. The only survivor is a young Flemish sailor. The cargo brings devastation to the town as squabbling turns to tragedy. Hew traces the ship to its source in Ghent, where he uncovers a strange secret and finds his principles tested to the core.

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1582, St Andrews. In the swell of a storm, a battered ship is wrecked in St Andrews harbour. Aboard is a young Flemish sailor - the only survivor. The cargo of the ship appears a welcome windfall but it soon brings devastation to the town as petty squabbling turns to hysteria and tragedy. Hew traces the ship to its source in Ghent, where he uncovers a strange secret. Unwilling to allow the law to take its course, he returns once more to the role of advocate and finds his deepest principles being tested to the core.

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Format Multiple Formats
Imprint Birlinn Limited
Publication Date 5 Mar 2012
SKU 9781846972188-grouped
Number of Pages 320

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"This is everything you want from light historical crime: intrigue bearing a humorous twinkle and packed with 'Didn't know that!' type facts." - www.thebookbag.co.uk "This is everything you want from light historical crime: intrigue bearing a humorous twinkle and packed with 'Didn't know that!' type facts. Shirley McKay's latest offering in the 16th century Hew Cullan series is a book for light escapism in all seasons, be it snuggling down in the winter or beside a summer beach."

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