A story of drug importation from the waters of the Atlantic into the west highland coast of Scotland. At sea and in darkness three fishermen are killed and their boat lost. The bodies and vessel are not recovered and crime is not suspected. Andrew Fleming, an experienced police officer, voluntarily transfers to the area and uncovers a drugs importation ring. Fleming's efforts are unsupported locally. Greed, mistrust and murder among the protagonists provides an opportunity, outside his normal ethics, to bring an end to their importation.Über den Autor:
George Murray's three previous books of poetry include "The Hunter" (McClelland & Stewart, 2003) and "The Cottage Builder's Letter" (M&S, 2001). His poems, fiction and criticism have appeared in many publications in Canada, the US, the UK, Australia and Europe. Murray won the 2003 New York Festivals Radio and Television Gold Medal for Best Writing for his broadcast poem "Anniversary: A Personal Inventory" and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He is the editor and publisher of the popular literary website "Bookninja.com" and a contributing editor for several literary magazines, including "Canadian Notes and Queries" and "The Drunken Boat". He lives in St. John's, Newfoundland.
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