The Sea Detective by Mark Douglas-Home

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'Help me, please help me.' It was a young woman's voice, pleading with him. He opened the door, certain this was the biggest mistake of his life, and there she was, a feral creature in dirty clothes, with hollowed cheeks and scabs on her cracked lips. Her closest friend died three years ago, her body fished out of the sea off the Argyll coast, and she believes only Cal can help her find out what happened. This is not the only unexplained death haunting Cal McGill, a part-time PhD oceanography student with a macabre interest in floating corpses. Severed feet are washing ashore on Scotland's beaches and McGill wants to know if they're wearing trainers. The answer could make all the difference between accident and murder. Then there's the tragedy of his grandfather who was lost at sea, the mystery which sparked his childhood fascination for tracking flotsam across oceans, the mystery he's now determined to solve.
 

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Published November 5, 2015 by Penguin. 290 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Why seven severed feet have washed ashore on North America’s West Coast during a 15-month period intrigues McGill, but he eventually gets a more pressing case involving an Indian girl, Preeti, sold by her family into prostitution at 13 for 60,000 rupees, a record amount for her impoverished vi...

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Assisting McGill is the intellectually brilliant but socially awkward DC Helen Jamieson, who rebels against her egoistical boss DI David Ryan in order to help McGill in his search for Preeti's killers.

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