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The Gathering Murders book. In this series debut, Keith Moray takes the reader deep into the Hebrides to recount this Scottish murder mystery sure to impress with its local nuances. Torquil ‘Piper’ McKinnon heads up the West Uist Constabulary, a quiet force of three bracing for two significant events coming to the island for the weekend.
The Gathering Murders (U. .has been added to your Cart. Moray's West Uist (an imaginary companion to the real Uists and Lewis islands) is the bailiwick of Inspector Torquil McKinnon and his two fellow police officers, a feisty female sergeant and a hammer throwing champion constable. With the arrival of visitors for the festival and the gathering, resulting in the doubling of the island population, they have their hands full. One of the writers attending the Festival is an old flame of Torquil, along with a nervous agent, a publisher, an enigmatic Thai surgeon, a young travel writer, and the Scottish Minister of Culture.
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The Murder Book is a mystery novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman
The Murder Book is a mystery novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman. During a surprise trip to Paris, Alex Delaware's girlfriend Robin announces that she will be working as part of the road crew for a rock music tour, while Alex remains at home. The split is hard on Alex, who uses the time to question his relationship with Robin as well as to start drinking heavily.
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The Gathering Murders. Inspector Torquil McKinnon Book 1. by Keith Moray. General Fiction (Adult), Mystery & Thrillers. Or will more bodies fall victim to The Gathering Murder. THE GATHERING MURDERS is the first crime thriller in the detective series featuring Inspector Torquil McKinnon: an action-packed police procedural full of suspense. Who can you trust when everyone is a suspect? The Scottish Hebrides. The annual West Uist literary festival – The Gathering – always attracts the best in the business.
Written by Keith Moray, Audiobook narrated by David McCallion. Murder Solstice: Death Stalks the Islan. nspector Torquil McKinnon Series, Book 3. By: Keith Moray. Narrated by: David McCallion. Length: 7 hrs and 51 mins.
Keith (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Chèith, or Cèith Mhaol Rubha (archaic)) is a small town in the Moray council area in north east Scotland. It has a population of 4,734. Until 1975 it was in Banffshire, a name which persists in common usage and historical references.