26/07/2017 Share this story   Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Dead Man Dancing, a Chief Inspector Macdonald Story, by Brian W Taylor

064540ea-301f-4928-83de-71c009c0d081

A man pushed to his death from a cliff top path in Majorca, just as he was about to reveal the identity of someone he’d seen dancing at a village fiesta there. Someone everyone else thought was dead.

The body of another man, dead from a drug overdose, left in the outhouse of a cottage in Shropshire. His death linked in some way to that of the first. But how?

If you thought moving to the Balearics would get you away from Chief Inspector Macdonald, think again. In or out of Europe. It’s of little consequence. You can bet he’ll be there somewhere, pulling the strings.

Order your copy here.

Back to Bookshop

26/07/2017 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Recent Bookshop

Mrs Calcott's Army, by Lorraine Swoboda

1817, Dorset: Walking home along the river bank from Wimborne market, lonely war widow Lydia Calcott is ...


The Object Of Our Attention, by Chris Pearson

An evil ‘Entity’ has taken refuge in the core of our planet, where it cannot be reached by its enemies. ...


Gallows Field, by Brendan Gerad O'Brien

Ireland 1941. A crowded pub. The music is loud. The singing is louder. Joe McCarthy is shot dead. And no one ...


Poverty Is Relative, by Meriel Buxton

Jack Ramsden at seven inherited a baronetcy, two estates in Yorkshire and the town of Huddersfield. A ...


Other Bookshop in this category

Mrs Calcott's Army, by Lorraine Swoboda

1817, Dorset: Walking home along the river bank from Wimborne market, lonely war widow Lydia Calcott is ...


The Object Of Our Attention, by Chris Pearson

An evil ‘Entity’ has taken refuge in the core of our planet, where it cannot be reached by its enemies. ...


Gallows Field, by Brendan Gerad O'Brien

Ireland 1941. A crowded pub. The music is loud. The singing is louder. Joe McCarthy is shot dead. And no one ...


Poverty Is Relative, by Meriel Buxton

Jack Ramsden at seven inherited a baronetcy, two estates in Yorkshire and the town of Huddersfield. A ...