The mutilated corpse of a young prostitute is discovered in a squalid apartment. Angela Murphy has recently started working as a detective on the mean streets of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city. Just days into the job, she's called to attend this grisly murder. She is shocked by the horror of the scene. It's a ghastly sight of blood and despair. To her boss, Frank Martin, there's something horribly familiar about the scene. Is this the work of a copycat killer? Will he kill again?
"Good book but poor quality audio"
The story unfolds, told by Danielle, a single, downtrodden, 30-year-old who is the only cop in the small Pyrenean town. She feels unappreciated and unnoticed, having been passed over for promotion in favor of her male colleagues working in the region. But everything is about to change. The sudden and mysterious death of a much-hated, locally-based Englishman propels Danielle forward into the spotlight. This one violent death will have far reaching effects.
"Interesting insights into French village life"
Grass Grows in the Pyrenees, the second book in the series Death in the Pyrenees, gives insights into the workings and atmosphere of a small French town and the surrounding mountains in the Eastern Pyrenees. The story unfolds as told by Danielle, a single, 30-year-old, recently promoted cop. The sudden and mysterious death of a local farmer who is suspected of growing cannabis opens a Pandora's box of trouble. It's a race against time to stop the gangsters before the town and everyone in it is damaged beyond repair.
Breaking the Thomas Malone case was an achievement but nothing could prepare DC Angela Murphy or her colleagues for the challenge ahead. Escaped psychopathic sociopath John Baptiste is big, powerful, and totally out of control. Guided by his perverse religious interpretation of morality, he wreaks havoc. An under-resourced police department struggles to cope not only with this new threat, but also the ruthless antics of gang lord Jackie McGeachy. Pressure mounts along with the body count. Glasgow has never felt more dangerous.
Red Light in the Pyrenees, third in the series Death in the Pyrenees, gives you an insight into the workings and atmosphere of a small French town in the Eastern Pyrenees. The story unfolds, told by Danielle, a single, 30-something, respected, female cop. The sudden and violent death of a local madam brings fear to her working girls and unsettles the town. But doesn't every cloud have a silver lining? Danielle follows the twists and turns of events until a surprising truth is revealed.
Deadly Degrees in the Pyrenees is the fifth book in Elly Grant's series Death in the Pyrenees. The story unfolds, told by Danielle, a single, 30-something, female cop. The ghastly murder of a local estate agent reveals unscrupulous business deals. Danielle's friends may be in danger. She must catch the killer before anyone else is harmed. All these stories are about life in a small French town, local events, colorful characters, prejudice and, of course, death.
Dead End in the Pyrenees is the fourth book in Elly Grant's Death in the Pyrenees series. The story unfolds, told by Danielle, a single, 30-something, highly-respected, female cop. A sudden and unexpected death at the local spa brings to light other mysterious deaths. Important local people are involved, people who Danielle respects. She must quickly solve the case before things get out of control.