On a visit to Almeria, Staffe is shown a body that has been found buried in an old greenhouse by the Mediterranean- apparently a drug deal gone wrong. Gradually, Staffe is drawn into the case.
The murder mirrors the methods of torture used during Spain's brutal civil war.
Between the sierra and the sea, everyone seems to want to bury the past- except Staffe, whose new life is threatened as he refuses to abandon his investigation.
Once unearthed, the past refuses to go away.
The closer the unseen enemy gets, the more Staffe's own past haunts him, and the closer he gets to the man who murdered his parents.
|Title||Death in the Sun. Adam Creed||Height|
|Publisher||Faber & Faber||Pages||360|