Top positive review
6 April 2018
Keith Moray has certainly impressed me. This is the second book that I have read in this series, and I have really enjoyed both books. It’s very well written, and I was amazed at how much is happening throughout the story. The plot is edgy and entertaining, and I like how different all the characters are from each other.
Jock McArdle recently purchased Dunshiffin Estate on the island of West Uist, and he certainly has plans on what he like to use the land for. Not that the locals are going to be that thrilled about the changes he is planning on. Setting up Wind farms to generate power certainly isn’t what anyone want’s, as the locals think the land should be left in it’s current unspoilt state. Ewan McPhee going missing certainly has everyone baffled, especially as he was only doing his rounds of the islands. There probably wasn’t a stronger more capable man on the island. So, it was definitely a mystery what had happened to him. The West Uist residents are no strangers to death on the island, however the amount of people dying lately, is unprecedented. Inspector Torquil McKinnon was certainly relaxed after his break, but this quickly changed when some of the dead people were starting to look like they had been murdered. Hands down a great story, and well worth the 5/5 Star rating.