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Detective Inspector Shona continues to amaze me. She doesn't worry about political correctness in these days of government employees going overboard to keep from hurting someone's feelings. Then, just when I think she's off on a tangent, she surprises me with her intellect and investigative abilities.
This one has the team back and they continue to bump heads, but come together when needed. As usual, bodies pile up while they search for the killer, but the story is not gruesome. There is some humor to help reduce the tension, but there are times when you might wonder if DI McKenzie will be the next victim.
This is another exciting chapter in the Shona McKenzie series. A body turns up at a local church with a cross carved in its chest. Before long, more bodies turn up at other churches.
After interviewing all the local church people, reverends, vicars and so on, it is discovered that no one seems to know the people. How could all these clerics turn up dead and no one knows them?
Slowly, they get an identity on one of the people. It's not a cleric after all. It is a homeless person. The light dawns. What if they are all homeless or downtrodden people?
Since the bodies are embalmed, they interview local morticians and those related to caring for the dead. No winners there, either.
Grasping at straws, they hit up some of the more "out there" churches.
Bringing it all together in the end, the team solves the case in a very dramatic fashion. Even the chief gets involved.
I like the way this team gets along, the joking and teasing. Shona acts tough, but she's really a softie - most of the time.
Looking forward to reading the next in the series.