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Still Midnight

Alex Morrow Series, Book 1

by Denise Mina

eBook

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Alex Morrow is not new to the police force-or to crime-but there is nothing familiar about the call she has just received. On a still night in a quiet suburb of Glasgow , Scotland , three armed men have slipped from a van into a house, demanding a man who is not, and has never been, inside the front door. In the confusion that ensues, one family member is shot and another kidnapped, the assailants demanding an impossible ransom. Is this the amateur crime gone horribly wrong that it seems, or something much more unexpected?

As Alex falls further into the most challenging case of her career, Denise Mina proves why "if you don't read crime novels, Mina is your reason to change" (Rocky Mountain News).

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Publisher: Little, Brown and Company

Kindle Book

  • ISBN: 9780316152846
  • Release date: March 22, 2010

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780316152846
  • Release date: March 22, 2010

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780316152846
  • File size: 1415 KB
  • Release date: March 22, 2010


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Fiction Mystery

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English

Alex Morrow is not new to the police force-or to crime-but there is nothing familiar about the call she has just received. On a still night in a quiet suburb of Glasgow , Scotland , three armed men have slipped from a van into a house, demanding a man who is not, and has never been, inside the front door. In the confusion that ensues, one family member is shot and another kidnapped, the assailants demanding an impossible ransom. Is this the amateur crime gone horribly wrong that it seems, or something much more unexpected?

As Alex falls further into the most challenging case of her career, Denise Mina proves why "if you don't read crime novels, Mina is your reason to change" (Rocky Mountain News).

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