The Burning Glass: Jean Fairbairn/Alasdair Cameron Series, Book 3 ebook
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The Burning Glass: Jean Fairbairn/alasdair Cameron Series, Book 3

Alasdair and Jean are making a deliberate effort to put together a relationship. Leaving Edinburgh to the crowds attending the annual Festival, they move into the caretaker's cottage of an old and spooky castle near Rosslyn Chapel. Rosslyn has been made so famous by The Da Vinci Code that only tour groups are admitted. It's a medieval church where the Holy Grail or the treasure of the Knights Temp...

Paperback: 282 pages
Publisher: Wildside Press (October 7, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1434406555
ISBN-13: 978-1434406552
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3244612
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“Ms. Carl writes very well and her books are most enjoyable to read. I would rate her writing as a little better than "good". It is good enough that after reading one in this series I ordered three more. These books might be classed as romance myst...”

ar is rumored to be hidden. Ferniebank Castle includes a small chapel that's very similar and obviously related to Rosslyn, but is off the beaten path. Or so they think. Even before Jean meets Alasdair at Ferniebank, she hears that trouble is brewing there and in the nearby village of Stanelaw: a local councillor has disappeared, a precious artifact has been stolen, and the castle's former caretaker has died under circumstances that make Alasdair's police-whiskers twitch. It's a bad time for this sort of thing to be happening, since the owner of a popular New Age travel company has just bought the chapel and its healing well, intending to build a spa there, something that will revive the village economy. As though Jean and Alasdair's plans aren't thrown enough of a curve when the New Age guru turns out to be his ex-wife, other crimes and then another death occur right on their doorstep. And everything seems to track back to the former Mrs. Cameron. Even though Alasdair is no longer a formal member of other police force, he and Jean must roll up their sleeves and wade in to yet another mystery. "Authentic dialect...detailed descriptions of the castle and environs, and vivid characters recreate an area rich in history and legend. The tightly woven plot is certain to delight history fans with its dramatic collision of past and present." -- Publishers Weekly "A little romance, a dash of mystery and a soupcon of history make a hearty...dish." -- Kirkus Reviews