The Blood Tree
It is 2026, and Edinburgh is an independent state. A break-in at the former Scottish parliament archive is followed by two murders, the victims covered with blood-drenched branches. Before Quint Dalrymple can figure out what is going on, Edinburgh's brightest teenagers are spirited away to the feared city-state of Glasgow.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dnkemontoh - LibraryThing
Initially, I almost gave up on this book. The first hundred pages or so were confusing to me as Paul Johnston introduced various characters and set the scene. I kept going and was shortly drawn into ... Read full review
Review: The Blood Tree (Quint Dalrymple #4)User Review - Smcleish - Goodreads
Originally published on my blog here in February 2002. The fourth of Johnson's crime novels set in an Edinburgh which is a dictatorship in a fragmented Scotland of the future has a slightly expanded ... Read full review