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A chance meeting with an old school friend in a pub in Shepherds Bush convinces DI John Chambers its time to head north to Scotland - and the offer to leave London couldn’t come at a better time.Recently suspended from the Met police, pending anMoreA chance meeting with an old school friend in a pub in Shepherds Bush convinces DI John Chambers its time to head north to Scotland - and the offer to leave London couldn’t come at a better time.Recently suspended from the Met police, pending an inquiry into his unauthorised role in the case of The Water Dragon in Hong Kong, Chambers decides to take up the invitation to play golf at St Andrews hallowed Old Course.A few rounds of golf on the famous links courses of the east coast seems like as good a way as any to get his head straight. But before he gets his clubs out of the bag he has the small task to attend to. He has promised to try and locate a distant family member who has disappeared from his home, near Glasgow on Scotland’s west coast, after a night out drinking with friends.Chambers trip north of the border soon turns sinister as his search takes him across the country to the normally peaceful villages of coastal Fife. But before long, the discovery of several naked, disfigured bodies are linked by the local police directly to him, meaning Chambers quickly goes from hunter to hunted.On the run and trying to save his career, Chambers needs to find his relative and stop a killer to clear his name before he gets arrested and charged with a series of grisly murders.His investigations in these sleepy backwaters uncover a secret history of smuggling, disturbing ancient witch executions and a hedonistic royal drinking club. But what, if anything, do they have to do with the sudden appearance of the mutilated corpses? And is it possible that his old school friend is somehow involved?