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Dead Man’s Grave by Neil Lancaster ePub PDF free download – Janie was in her early twenties, with a well-educated Edinburgh accent. She was lean and fit-looking and was casually dressed in jeans and a polo shirt. She seemed shy, slightly nervous. Max had never really spoken to her before, but he had heard the rumblings on the team. Accelerated promotion officers sometimes attracted a little suspicion, and there were enough dinosaurs in Police Scotland that being young and a woman was probably not helping her cause too much either.
‘Have you had much contact with the Hardies?’ said Max, yawning. ‘Nothing direct, talking to Tam Junior today was the first time I’ve ever spoken to one of them. Did a little surveillance on the youngest of them when we had a whisper that he was running round tooled up with a gun. He kept losing us, almost as if he knew he was being followed, if you get my drift.’ Janie’s eyes had a frustrated look in them.