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Easy Kill (Rhona MacLeod #5)

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A young female prostitute has been brutally slain and left on top of a grave in a local cemetery. Rhona Macleod—a forensic investigations expert—has no doubt that the depraved killer's motives were sexual. When the removal of the girl's corpse reveals another woman buried secretly underneath, the case takes on a disturbing new dimension. This killer has attacked before, an...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Hodder & Stoughton
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Wren
Lin Anderson knows Glasgow well as she was brought up there. She uses the city in a similar fashion to Ian Rankin, the environs of Glasgow is almost another character. Her books are fairly easy to read, she has a fairly interesting female protagonist; Rhona MacLeod who is not a super hero but she is smart. Lin's books are like candy - you know they probably aren't good for you but I found they went down a treat when I was suffering from a cold and a fever. She writes so clearly that you don't ha...more
Diana
I enjoyed this book. Very well written. I like her characters. They are interesting, strong characters and her books are very well planned. I am quite excited because I am about to go and hear her speak at our local library together with a forensic psychologist so this should be a very entertaining evening.

Will certainly be on the look-out for more of her books. The forensic bit is a little gruesome but sounds very authentic and the science is fascinating.
Grahambootle
Good police procedural thriller. Characters generally likable and believable, but sometimes they seemed t do thing just to move the plot forward and sometimes given their jobs and backgrounds did things that I couldn't believe real people would do.

Good page turner...
Rog Harrison
I am not sure why I read this as the previous four books in this series had been no more than OK. Somehow this time the plot was not so implausible and the characters seemed a bit more sympathetic. Anyhow I enjoyed it more than the others.
Obisbooks
Good characters, forensics/police procedural, in Glasgow, a bit violent but atmospheric. Not sure I'd read more by the author but not ruling it out.
Jean
Love these books short chapters good charachters
David
Am enjoying this series very much.
Stargazer
All her books worth a read.
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Lin Anderson was born in Greenock of Scottish and Irish parents. A graduate of both Glasgow and Edinburgh Universities, she has lived in many different parts of Scotland and also spent five years working in the African bush. A teacher of Mathematics and Computing, she began her writing career four years ago. Her first film, Small Love, which was broadcast on STV, was nominated for TAPS writer of t...more
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