Where the bodies are buried

Christopher Brookmyre
Book - 2011

"When small-time heroin dealer Jai McDiarmid turns up dead one fine Glasgow morning, no one is that surprised. A heroin dealer openly sleeping with a big-time drug trafficker's girlfriend, Jai had made a lot of enemies in a city with little patience for those stirring up trouble. As a result, Detective Superintendent Catherine McLeod has no shortage of early leads on the case when she is assigned to investigate it. Meanwhile, out-of-work actress Jasmine Sharp is facing more pressing problems. She's agreed to help out her "Uncle" Jim with his private investigation work, but is having trouble learning the ropes. As a former actress, lying to people comes naturally to Jasmine, but she's less adept at tailing her targets and remaining undercover. She's facing a steep learning curve-and is thrown in at the deep end when Uncle Jim goes missing and she realizes that it's going to be up to her to find him."--Publisher's website.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Brookmyre, Christopher, 1968-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, c2011.
Series:Brookmyre, Christopher, 1968- Jasmine Sharp and Catherine McLeod novel.
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