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White Nights

by Ann Cleeves

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In the second book of Ann Cleeves' Shetland series, an exhibition at The Herring House art gallery is disturbed by a distraught stranger who claims to be an amnesiac unaware of his true identity, a situation that's complicated when the man turns up murdered the next day.

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Ann Cleeves, who sets her mysteries in Shetland, once asked a pathologist friend what the perfect murder would be. "He reckoned pushing somebody over a cliff," she says. "Because how would you know whether they'd fallen or just been pushed?" Infinite Ache/Flickr hide caption

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For One Crime Writer, Peaceful Shetland Is A Perfect Place For Murder

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