Finding Violet Park - WikipediaIn fact, he has blotted his copy book one too many times in Aberdeen, and his senior officers have decided that a spell in the sticks will teach him a lesson. Shoplifters, vandals, and rounding up the occasional escaped farm animal make up the day-to-day routine of pastoral policing. He survives on tinned lentil soup as he is paying for hour care for his girlfriend, Samantha, who was grievously injured during one of his previous investigations. McRae is ordered not to interfere, but when his former DCI arrives, the gloriously un-PC Roberta Steel, she drags him into the investigation whether he likes it or not. DCI Steel is as blunt and hilarious as ever. She manipulates McRae with consummate skill, wheedling and tricking him into helping her earn brownie points with her boss by solving the murder.
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One night Lucas is on his way home, when he finds some money in the pocket of his jacket. The money belongs to his sister, but Lucas decides to use it anyway to get a taxicab home. In the taxicab office, he sees an odd looking container sitting on a shelf, and he finds out that what he is looking at is an urn containing the cremated remains of an old lady. Lucas cannot help wondering about the lady in the urn. Who was she, and how did her urn end up in a smoke filled taxicab office? Without fully understanding why, Lucas decides to find out who the lady was. Back at the taxicab office, he finds out that the lady was called Violet Park, and she died in
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Unfortunately the only way to get Stirling to talk is to break a few rules regarding procedure With Professional Standards breathing down his neck, Logan is sent on a "development opportunity"  babysitting a rural patch of north-east Aberdeenshire as a police Sergeant. A child's body found in a swimming pool, a hopeful mother of a dead girl and Detective Chief Inspector Steele messing things up really do not help Logan settle into his new job. The dead girl's mother Helen even moves into Logan's police house whilst he is supposed to be finding out who the dead girl is and who killed her. Added to this is the prospect of fighting off the son and daughter of Stephen Bisset who want answers from Logan, Graham Stirling being released and twisting the story of Stephen Bisset's death means that Samantha Logan's girlfriend is kidnapped while still comatose from the fire in Logan's flat in a previous story. The original cover featured an open-air swimming pool called Tarlair on the Banffshire coast.