Grace Scott returns from honeymoon with her new husband, Mac, to find a man lying dead in their new Edinburgh flat. They don't know who he is or where he's come from.
The mystery of his identity remains unsolved.
Then, three months later, Grace finds a note tucked inside one of the wedding gifts which sends her on a journey to discover what really happened in her flat. A journey that becomes more dangerous the closer she comes to the truth . . . What she discovers will change her life.
Set in Edinburgh and travelling to Amsterdam, Paris and Copenhagen, CITY OF STRANGERS is a gripping story of deception, lies and corruption.
Louise Millar, author of City of Strangers, tells us why she loves crime writing festivals and we share our pick of the best events for crime thriller fans.
From award-winning historical mysteries to gripping psychological thrillers, here's a round up of the best crime fiction books we've published this year.
Author Louise Millar talks about the inspiration behind her new novel, City Of Strangers.
Pan Macmillan author M.J. McGrath talks about Killer Women – a group of sixteen London-based crime writers who would regularly come together and share their ideas, enthusiasms and expertise with crime fiction fans.
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