Shetland Island Mysteries

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Dead Water
Shetland Island Mysteries (Volume (5 of 5))
Ann Cleeves
Minotaur Books

Ann Cleeves returns to her critically acclaimed Shetland Island series with this stunning mystery featuring Inspector Jimmy Perez, who readers will remember...


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Shetland Island Mysteries (Volume (4 of 5))
Ann Cleeves
Minotaur Books

In the fourth book of Ann Cleeves’ critically acclaimed series set in the Shetland Islands, Detective Inspector Jimmy Perez brings his fiancée home to Fair...


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Red Bones
Shetland Island Mysteries (Volume (3 of 5))
Ann Cleeves
Minotaur Books

When a young archaeologist discovers a set of human remains, the locals are intrigued. Is it an ancient find - or a more contemporary mystery? Then an elderly...


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White Nights
Shetland Island Mysteries (Volume (2 of 5))
Ann Cleeves
Minotaur Books

The electrifying follow-up to the Dagger Award–winning Raven Black In this second thriller of the highly acclaimed Shetland Island series featuring...


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Raven Black
Shetland Island Mysteries (Volume (1 of 5))
Ann Cleeves
Minotaur Books

Winner of Britain’s coveted Duncan Lawrie Dagger Award, Ann Cleeves introduces a dazzling new suspense series to U.S. mystery readers. Raven Black begins on...


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About the Author

Ann Cleeves
Ann Cleeves was working as a cook in the Bird Observatory on Fair Isle when she met her husband Tim, a visiting ornithologist. Soon after they married, Tim was appointed as warden of Hilbre, a tiny tidal island nature reserve in the Dee Estuary.
 
She began writing her first series of crime novels here featuring the elderly naturalist, George Palmer-Jones. She went on to set up reading groups in prisons as part of the Inside Books project, became Cheltenham Literature Festival's first reader-in-residence and works as associate trainer with the reader development organization, Opening the Book. She is reader-in-residence for Harrogate Crime Writing Festival, and her reading passion is crime in translation.
 
Ann has twice before been short listed for a CWA Dagger Award - once for her short story "The Plater," and again for the Dagger in the Library award. Her short film for Border TV, Catching Birds, won a Royal Television Society Award.
Photo: Duncan Lawrie
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