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  1. I think that Momac recommended the first book in this series. In any event, I downloaded, read, and enjoyed it. I could've sworn I wrote a review, but I can't find it now, which suggests that I did not. The first book is called Against a Dark Sky and is about the investigation by a Glaswegian detective named Dani Bevan of what happened when a group of hikers went up on Ben Lomand, got caught in a storm, and only 2 returned, with one found dead and the other one missing. It was a good story and the pacing was good. I like the main character and the likeable secondary characters. So I bought the next two in the series. I just finished On a Dark Sea and cannot say that it was anywhere near as good as the first one. The bones of the story were pretty good, but the pacing was way way off and the last chapter just felt like the author ran out of gas and just told us everything we needed to know all at once. I still have the third one, so I hope that it's better than the second one.
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