Torch (Rhona MacLeod #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Torch (Rhona MacLeod #2)
  • Lin Anderson
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 0340922370

About the Author: Lin Anderson

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 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 the year award 2001 Her African short stories have been published in the 10th Anniversary Macallan collection and broadcast on BBC Radio Four


Torch (Rhona MacLeod #2) Lin Anderson Is One Of Scotland S National Treasures Stuart MacBrideWhen A Young Homeless Girl Dies In The Latest Of A String Of Arson Attacks, Dr Rhona Macleod Is Called In But Here In Edinburgh She Is Off Her Patch The Chief Fire Investigator Is Hot Tempered Misogynist Severino Macrae, And He Doesn T Like To Lose Face As The Attacks Escalate, Will Their Growing Chemistry Distract Them From The Murderous Arsonist Who Seems To Be Infiltrating Their Personal Lives As Well As Their Work The Rhona Macelod Series 1 Driftnet2 Torch3 Deadly Code4 Dark Flight5 Easy Kill6 Final Cut7 Reborn8 Picture Her Dead9 Paths Of The Dead10 The Special Dead11 None But The Dead12 Follow The Dead

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10 thoughts on “Torch (Rhona MacLeod #2)

  1. Margaret says:

    I found most of the characters annoying, which tends to make it hard to read a book.Interesting plot and fast pace made for a quick and reasonably pleasant read.

  2. Roderick Hart says:

    This is the second book featuring Rhona Macleod, Glasgow s answer to Kay Scarpetta Arson attacks are taking place both in Glasgow and Edinburgh and Rhona is on the case Because both cities are involved there is ample opportunity to hit the reader with threadbare clich s concerning these cities, and the author takes full advantage There are many examples, but this is the worst The best thing to come out of Edinburgh is the train to Glasgow, or so say the citizens...

  3. Karen says:

    You can probably imagine the reaction firstly the blurb oh no, extreme dislike segueing into romantic tension AGAIN The front of the book Stalker Arsonist Killer deep groaning The opening lines where a young homeless girl is dying not caring what happens to her if her much loved German Shepherd dog is dead and we ve got another thing that I struggle with dog s in jeopardy animal cruelty But on the other hand there s an intriguing comment by Stuart MacBride, and the thought You can probably imagine the reaction firstly the blurb oh no, extreme dislike segueing into romantic tension AGAIN The front of the book Stalker Arsonist Killer deep groaning The opening lines where a young homeless girl is dying not caring what happens to her if her much loved German Shepherd dog is dead and we ve got another thing that I struggle with dog s in jeopardy animal cruelty But on the other hand there s an intriguing comment by Stuart MacBride, and the thought that I find it really hard to justify reading all about cruelty to people but struggle when it comes to animals goodness knows that s a very personal stance, and most defin...

  4. David says:

    There is sometimes a tendency to jump scenes and leave the reader wondering how did I get here Having said that I did enjoy the story.

  5. Mike says:

    A story worth reading I love forensic stories and this is one of the better one s If you like suspense and twists you will enjoy this read I look forward to reading Rhonda McLeod Book 3.

  6. Sandra says:

    Great but over brief story which hurdled a number of implausibilities before reaching a suitably tantalising end.Nevertheless, having become hooked on Rhona McLeod I am finding it necessary to fill in the whole of her back story.

  7. Pauline says:

    Really enjoyed the 2nd book in the series and look forward to the next..

  8. Amanda says:

    This is the second book in the series featuring forensic scientist, Rhona MacLeod.A young homeless girl dies in the latest of a series of arson attacks Rhona is called in to investigate A similar case of arson occurs in Edinburgh and it is decided that Rhona should work a joint investigation with a bad tempered, misogynistic Fire Investigator called Severino Macrae The arson attacks escalate but the growing chemistry between MacLeod and Macrae threatens to distract them from the arsonist, who This is the second book in the series featuring forensic scientist, Rhona MacLeod.A young homeless girl dies in the latest of a series of arson attacks Rhona is called in to investigate A similar case of arson occurs in Edinburgh and it is decided that Rhona should work a joint investigation with a bad tempered, misogynistic Fire Investigator called Severino Macrae The arson attacks escalate but the growing chemistry between MacLeod and Macrae threatens to distract them from the arsonist, who is making things personal The story takes place in the run up to Hogmanay and there is a fear that the killer will strike again.This is another brilliant book from the disturbed mind ...

  9. Diana says:

    This second Rhona MacLeod mystery, TORCH by Lin Anderson, is very gritty, full of twists and noir elements.A series of arson attacks in Glasgow and Edinburgh pull Dr MacLeod into a forensic investigation New characters are introduced Severino MacRae, Chief Fire Investigator in Edinburgh young teen, Jazz, who hopes to investigate and avenge the death of his friend, Karen and Karen s dog, Emps Emperor Familiar faces return Chrissy, Bill Wilson and Sean.A very readable narrative and crim This second Rhona MacLeod mystery, TORCH by Lin Anderson, is very gritty, full of twists and noir elements.A series of arson attacks in Glasgow and Edinburgh pull Dr MacLeod into a forensic investigation New characters are i...

  10. Heliea says:

    Um, it was a very average read Not as bad as The Existencial Detective, not as good as One Good Turn It adds Edinburgh as background, but somehow keeps it plain and only as precisely a backstory The new characters felt a bit rushed, and th...