Ann Cleeves: COLD EARTH

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  • The land slipped while Jimmy Perez was standing beside the grave. The dead man’s family had come from Foula originally and they’d carried the coffin on two oars, the way bodies were always brought for burial on that island. The pall-bearers were distant relatives whose forebears had moved south to England, but they must have thought the tradition worth reviving.

WOW. Speechless. This is self’s first Ann Cleeves.

Sorry she had to ditch Neverwhere, but. But.

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