'Peppered with revelations that will keep you reading into the night' Yrsa Sigurðardóttir
THREE MISTAKES. TWO MURDERS. ONE MORE VICTIM TO GO . . .
Annabelle speeds along a deserted mountain road in the Scottish Highlands, suddenly forced to swerve. The next thing she remembers is waking up in a dark, damp room.
Scott is camping in the Scottish woodlands when he hears a scream. He starts to run. Scott is never seen again.
Meanwhile DI Monica Kennedy has been called to her first Serious Crimes case in six months - a dismembered body has been found, abandoned in a dam. When another victim surfaces, Monica knows she is on the hunt for a ruthless killer; but her own dark past isn't far behind.
'Dark, gripping and atmospheric' Gordon Brown
'A gothic horror set in an ancient landscape' Allan Martin
DARK WATERS does not play around. It is dark and disturbing from page one – in the best possible way. The plot is intricate and layered, and peppered with revelations that will keep you reading into the night
G. R. Halliday has penned another cracker. Buckle up for a nail-biting read.
A ravenous read
G. R. Halliday has created a novel as dark, gripping and atmospheric as the Scottish scenery it inhabits
A gothic horror set in an ancient landscape