THE NAIL-BITING, BESTSELLING FINAL CHAPTER IN THE LEWIS TRILOGY
'One of the best regarded crime series of recent years' Independent
'Peter May is a writer I'd follow to the ends of the earth' New York Times
PETER MAY: THE MAN WHO BROUGHT MURDER TO THE OUTER HEBRIDES
THE NEW START
Fin Macleod, now head of security on a privately owned Lewis estate, is charged with investigating a spate of illegal game-hunting taking place on the island.
THE OLD FRIEND
This mission reunites him with Whistler Macaskill - a local poacher, Fin's teenage intimate, and possessor of a long-buried secret.
THE FINAL CHAPTER
But when this reunion takes a violent, sinister turn and Fin puts together the fractured pieces of the past, he realizes that revealing the truth could destroy the future.
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The final volume of May's darkly lyrical trilogy, set largely on the remote Hebridean Isle of Lewis, works better as a standalone, given that plot threads and characters integral to its two predecessors, The Blackhouse (2012) and The Lewis Man (2014), are all but forgotten. Former Edinburgh police detective Fin Macleod, now living back in his birthplace of Lewis and working as the head of security at a sprawling estate, is tasked with stopping the widespread poaching of salmon. One local poacher happens to be a childhood friend, and he and Macleod witness a rare "bog burst," where a lake drains itself dry, in a remote area of the island. At the bottom of the dried loch, they find an airplane, which a Celtic rock star and mutual friend was flying 17 years earlier when he disappeared. A story line that strains credibility coupled with a contrived ending may leave fans of the earlier installments unsatisfied.
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The final of a brilliant storyline spread over the three books. You will be entranced by the island and the people. Read them in order, your time and money will not be wasted.
Lewis Trilogy book 3
Ok, but definitely not as good as book 2 of this series