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On the subject of your books, they are great, I wasn’t sure at the start, not really my genre but the more I read got used to the style and the characters I find it hard to put down, well done, keep writing or I suppose I should say keep typing unless you are using speech to text technology.

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I will well and truly recommend the books.
Brian Godfrey

Bodies in the Barrels Case

Book 1 of the Procurator Fiscal Series

Lieb Canavan is a procurator fiscal (coroner) in Scotland. He is married to Rose, whose sister Heather has recently birthed her first child, and Rose has planned to visit her. Whilst preparing for this first separation, Lieb gets a call to work. Another body has been found in a blue barrel with the distinctive WB insignia on the side. He meets up with Senior Inspector Marcus Campbell, and the case takes on a life of its own, filling in the empty time Rose is away. For Marcus, the case takes another turn when he is partnered with Senior Inspector Grace Scott, and his many protestations of being a career bachelor crash in around him. With Marcus and Grace helping close the bodies in the barrels case, Lieb lands another case, one that is far too close to home and one that will earn him the nickname “The Iceman.”

The first book in King’s Procurator Fiscal Series, Bodies in the Barrels Case offers intrigue and suspense as it delivers riveting twists and page-turning action. The book harrowingly depicts the far reaches of trauma and its long-standing association with criminal minds, as well as the objectivity dilemma that people working with the law enforcement face when their own lives are hauled into their cases.

The Iceman

Book 2 of the Procurator Fiscal Series

With Marcus and Grace helping close the bodies in the barrels case, Detective Superintendent Declan Macdonald offers Grace continuing development in the detective ranks, but her declaration of interest in Marcus sees her teamed up with Detective Adam McAddam and front line on the sexual assault and torture pack investigation.

Lieb, the Iceman, tries to hold it all together as more pieces of the puzzle come before him. The next piece, a photo, a Polaroid singed around the edges and curled from heat but with the majority of the image unharmed and very clear: a beautiful sky-blue yacht. His Rose’s left breast was the canvas, and she had intended for him to find it when he unwrapped her after her time with sister Heather, his birthday gift. He makes a vow to himself, he will catch these monsters-and woe betide them.

The SAT Pack

Book 3 of the Procurator Fiscal Series

Dundee is situated beside a broad estuary of the River Tay surrounded by hills and farmland. The Tay road and rail bridges over the estuary provide a striking introduction to the city: you round a bend, and suddenly, the city is spread out before you in a wide panorama.

The city is dominated by the basalt plug of an extinct volcano called Dundee Law. If you climb the 571 feet, you will be rewarded with fantastic views of the city and its surroundings.

Dundee is south-facing and is Scotland’s sunniest city. The climate is mild, and snowfalls are rare.

The SAT-Pack (Sexual Attack and Torture Pack) continue to strike in Dundee, and Lieb’s role keeps him in the thick of it. Marcus and Grace’s personal arrangement sees her partnered with Senior Inspector Adam McAdam as the detectives involved on the case.

But this pack is dangerous, and eventually, Marcus and Lieb find themselves discussing their personal tragedies in a hospital waiting room, waiting to see if their loved one survives.