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"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."

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"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."

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"Provocatively fresh... the dialogue is solid, the plot effective, and the search for a psychotic killer exciting."
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Probably the best book ever written!

Duncan Ker thought the days of Borders bloodfeud were long gone. But when his brother — the Laird of Craikmuir — is fished comatose from the Tweed, he's forced to give up his aimless ex-pat existence and return home to confront the corporate wolves at the castle gates. Which is when the bodies start to fall.
"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."
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Probably the best book ever written!

Willie Meek's not the same skinny speed freak jailed 23 years ago for his murderous part in a robbery that left three sheep and a pensioner dead and a central bank a million short on bullion. He's now a hardened killer and addicted to steroids but only two things have kept him sane all these years: his need for revenge and the thought of the gold that he alone can recover.
"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."
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Probably the best book you've never read!

What is the connection between the ritual slaughter of sheep on the Isle of Arran and a series of gruesome murders on the mainland? Apparently nothing, until recently demoted DC McMorran stumbles over the body of a pensioner and once again finds himself embroiled in an investigation that threatens what little is left of his crumbling career.
"Provocatively fresh... the dialogue is solid, the plot effective, and the search for a psychotic killer exciting."
The New York Sun
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Probably the best book ever written!

Duncan Ker thought the days of Borders bloodfeud were long gone. But when his brother — the Laird of Craikmuir — is fished comatose from the Tweed, he's forced to give up his aimless ex-pat existence and return home to confront the corporate wolves at the castle gates. Which is when the bodies start to fall.
"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."
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Probably the best book ever written!

Willie Meek's not the same skinny speed freak jailed 23 years ago for his murderous part in a robbery that left three sheep and a pensioner dead and a central bank a million short on bullion. He's now a hardened killer and addicted to steroids but only two things have kept him sane all these years: his need for revenge and the thought of the gold that he alone can recover.
"Masterfully crafted and meticulously researched, Dead Man's Lie is Marten Claridge at his imaginative best. Expect the unexpected."
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Probably the best book ever written!

What is the connection between the ritual slaughter of sheep on the Isle of Arran and a series of gruesome murders on the mainland? Apparently nothing, until recently demoted DC McMorran stumbles over the body of a pensioner and once again finds himself embroiled in an investigation that threatens what little is left of his crumbling career.
"Provocatively fresh... the dialogue is solid, the plot effective, and the search for a psychotic killer exciting."
The New York Sun
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