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Title:
Final Cut (MP3)
Series:
Rhona MacLeod #6
Written by:
Lin Anderson 
Read by:
Sally Armstrong 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
9 hours 1 minutes 
MP3 size:
402 MB 
Published:
April 01 2021 
Available Date:
April 01 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529053135 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Mystery; Police Drama & Forensics 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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A terrifying serial killer is on the loose in Final Cut, the sixth instalment in Lin Anderson's forensic crime series featuring Rhona MacLeod.

When Claire regains consciousness after a stranger causes her car to crash in a snowstorm, she is frantic to discover that her nine-year-old daughter Emma is missing from the back seat. Then Emma is found in the woods nearby, unharmed but cradling a child’s skull. She claims it ‘called’ to her – and she can hear another voice nearby ... Meanwhile, forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod is trying to discover the identity of a corpse found badly burnt in a skip. The body is wearing a soldier’s ID tag, but DNA tests show it’s not him. When DS Michael McNab asks for her help identifying the remains Emma found, they discover the two cases are linked in ways they could never have imagined ...

'The best Scottish crime series since Rebus.'
Daily Record

'Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod has become one of the most satisfying characters in modern crime fiction – honourable, inquisitive and yet plagued by doubts and, sometimes, fears.'
Daily Mail

'The bleak landscape is beautifully described, giving this popular series a new lease of life.'
Sunday Times

'Lin Anderson is one of Scotland’s national treasures – don’t be fooled by comparisons, her writing is unique, bringing warmth and depth to even the seediest parts of Glasgow.'
Stuart MacBride