MCLEVY RADIO EPISODES

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Even more lethally, her own lost family life explodes in the present, as a wild young actress who trails violence and death behind her, involves Jean in a dangerous complex game that threatens to destroy the very root of her identity. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Brian Cox, whom I know best as the mean ol’ scientist who messed up Jason Bourne’s brain, stars as the fictional version of the real-life 19th Century Edinborough detective, James McLevy. Audionly rated it really liked it Feb 10, Nigel Pawson rated it it was ok May 29, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. All episodes of each series are currently available on both CD and audio download. Warren rated it liked it Apr 16,

James McLevy — was a prominent detective in Edinburgh during the midth century, and later an author of popular crime mysteries. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The son of a farmer, he was born in Ballymacnab in County Armagh , Ireland. Feb 01, Brendan rated it liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. His fame was such that the UK Parliament asked for his advice on dealing with criminals and Mary Carpenter , the great social reformer, quoted him in her paper on dealing with convicts.

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The search for the killers will take Jean back into her own dark past as she uncovers a web of political and sexual corruption in the high reaches of the Edinburgh establishment. David Ashton was born in Greenock in By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Kathy rated it it was amazing May 26, You’d think with a last name like mine I’d be able to decipher raeio Scot’s accent McLevy’s “nemesis” Jean Brash currently has two mysteries of her own to solve, with McLevy in a supporting role: The series also varies in tone quite a bit. Sometimes the not was even better.

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Brian Cox, whom I know best as the mean ol’ scientist who messed up Jason Bourne’s brain, stars as the fictional version of the real-life 19th Century Edinborough detective, James McLevy.

Feb 01, Brendan rated it liked it Shelves: All of these are also by David Ashton. Jock rated it it was amazing Jun 28, Follow us on Twitter. Goodreads helps you keep track of books epixodes want to read.

Kristin rated it liked it Apr 03, This isn’t quite the correct edition. McLevy later moved to EdinburghScotlandand became a builder’s labourer before joining the police force in McLevy died in Edinburgh on 6 December When a vicious murder occurs with evidence of supernatural strength and violence, all roads lead to Sophia Adler — a beautiful young American spiritualist — and the inspector becomes involved with one epixodes the most dangerous women he has ever encountered.

Especially amusing are McLevy’s interactions with the alluring brothel owner Jean Brash. Lindsay rated it liked it Jul 07, When a prostitute is brutally murdered, disturbing memories from thirty years ago are stirred in Inspector McLevy who is soon lured into a murky world of politics, perversion and deception — and the shadow of the serpent. HalloweenEdinburgh, and the dead are restless.

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The first case, “The Trophy Club,” involves the murder of a prostitute and the consequent protection of a couple young swells who seem to be episldes. In Each, McLevy navigates the complex landscape of the cop who knows all his “charges” and values their lives just as much as the swells who want him to do their bidding.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jean may epidodes on the side of natural justice but is she on the side of the law? The series spends significant time on the idea of fairness and class warfare. No trivia or quizzes yet. I listened to 4 stories, all full cast dramatizations.

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Refresh and try again. James McLevy — was a prominent detective in Edinburgh during the midth century, and later an author of popular crime mysteries. McLevy is gruff but fair, a man who secretly cares more than he lets on. Craig rated it really liked it Aug 14, Magdalena Szumiel-Hidalgo rated it it was amazing Feb 16, Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hydeis in the city to bury his deceased father, and the two recognise each other as observers of the dark side of human nature and both hopeless insomniacs.

Susan Kosel rated it liked it Jan 02, All episodes of each series are currently available on both CD and audio download.

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Alison rated it really liked it Feb 20, Isca Silurum rated it really liked it Feb 01, Lynn rated it really liked it Jan 31, Glad I didn’t waste my time reading the actual book! Nov 11, Jan rated it liked it Shelves: Santos lopez rated it liked it Oct raeio, Caught up in a terrifying storm as he tracks his foe to Episoodes, McLevy watches the rail bridge collapse and plunge into the icy depths of the Tay.

In the late s, the James McLevy Trophy, named after him, was donated by former Detective Superintendent John McGowan to recognise outstanding achievement in crime detection in Scotland.

In he became Edinburgh’s first detective and handled 2, cases during his year career, almost always securing a conviction. But glimpses of the murderer indicate a slender figure with a silver cane A dancing killer non unlike Mr Edward Hyde. Is it just a coincidence Mr Stevenson is back in town?