Fear is a state of mind . . .
Something scared Nuala Flaherty to death . . . and when her body is found in the centre of a pentagram on a lonely moor, journalist Rebecca Connelly is determined to find the truth. Could she really have been killed by supernatural means, or is there a more realistic explanation?
Rebecca's investigation leads her to a dangerous, shadowy cult and a vicious local drug ring. But she is unaware that gangster matriarch Mo Burke still seeks retribution for the death of her son. The crime boss has already failed to hurt Rebecca once before. This time, her vengeance could be lethal.
'A page turning novel in a fine series . . . going from strength to strength' – Scotland on Sunday
'A page turning novel in a fine series.. going from strength to strength'* Scotland on Sunday *
'Skelton writes grittily authentic crime novels… fast-paced and straight to the point – like a well-aimed literary projectile'* Times Scotland *
'An atmospheric Highland tale… Douglas Skelton is a fine writer with an ironic sense of humour'* Sunday Times Crime Club, Pick of the Week 05/07/2022 *
'Where Demons Hide is soaked in atmosphere, the tension drips from the pages and it keeps you on your toes right until the very end'* Chapter in My Life *
'Where Demons Hide is a beautifully written crime novel that weaves together several compelling strands. Dark humour, a fast pace and gritty plot kept me intrigued'* LoveReading *
'Douglas Skelton will have readers hooked with this gritty crime thriller'* Scots Magazine *
'Where Demons Hide combines the relevance of today’s criminal activities with themes of the past to produce a stunning crime thriller that grips the imagination and keeps you listening through to the very end'* Live and Deadly Reviews *
'The storyline has everything, it’s dark, and very atmospheric'* Miranda’s Bookscape *
‘Drenched in mystery, Highland history and dark humour, the compelling fourth instalment in Douglas Skelton’s Rebecca Connolly series… drips with tension.’-- Gayle Ritchie * Dundee Courier *
'[Where Demons Hide] has a plot that is packed with twists and turns and an ending that is nicely veiled and, when you get to it, feels absolutely right. The result is a superb read; and one I'd very highly recommend,'-- Ken Lussey * Undiscovered Scotland *
'packs just as much punch as its predecessors'* Scottish Fie
Dimensions: 195mm x 130mm x 20mm