Deadly Prospects by Clio Gray. Published by Severn House

It’s 1869 and the people of Southerland Scotland live a hardscrabble life, barely eking out enough to survive. All that changes when gold is found in an abandoned mine. The Pan-European Mining Company takes up residence and Solveig McCleery is thrilled that the local populace will finally be able to make a decent living, even prosper. But when they begin to reopen the mine, they find the body of a prospector, with strange writing inscribed on the stones near his body. Soon a second body is found, and as Solveig rushed to try to decipher the strange inscription, she wonders if reopening the mine has awakened something more than simple greed

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