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    Fate & Fortune: A Hew Cullan Mystery

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    Hew Cullan is disillusioned with his legal studies. After his father's death he finds a manuscript 'In Defence of the Law' in amongst his things. After a girl is found dead on the beach he finds himself unable to resist the text's influence. He moves to Edinburgh and forms dangerous friends, and events lead him to make disturbing discoveries
    ISBN: 9781846971808
    AuthorShirley McKay
    Pub Date18/04/2011
    BindingPaperback
    Pages320
    Availability: In Stock

    1581: young St Andrews academic Hew Cullan is unhappy with his life and disillusioned with the law. After his father's death he is invited by the

    advocate Richard Cunningham to complete his legal education in Edinburgh as Richard's pupil at the bar. Among his father's things Hew finds

    a manuscript entitled `In Defence of the Law', directed to the Edinburgh printer, Christian Hall. At first, he resists its influence, but when a young

    girl is found dead on the beach at St Andrews, he is left unsettled and confused. He resolves to take the book to press and agrees to Richard's

    offer. Embarking on his new life in the capital, he falls in love. His relationships are fraught with lies and secrets and lead to brutal murder on the

    borough muir. Hew suspects a link with the dead girl on the beach. As he begins his desperate search to find the killer, he finds that the truth lies

    closer to home.

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    1581: young St Andrews academic Hew Cullan is unhappy with his life and disillusioned with the law. After his father's death he is invited by the

    advocate Richard Cunningham to complete his legal education in Edinburgh as Richard's pupil at the bar. Among his father's things Hew finds

    a manuscript entitled `In Defence of the Law', directed to the Edinburgh printer, Christian Hall. At first, he resists its influence, but when a young

    girl is found dead on the beach at St Andrews, he is left unsettled and confused. He resolves to take the book to press and agrees to Richard's

    offer. Embarking on his new life in the capital, he falls in love. His relationships are fraught with lies and secrets and lead to brutal murder on the

    borough muir. Hew suspects a link with the dead girl on the beach. As he begins his desperate search to find the killer, he finds that the truth lies

    closer to home.