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Allan Martin

“A masterclass in crime fiction,” is how bestselling author Marion Todd describes Allan Martin’s groundbreaking fiction.

Allan Martin’s first novel, The Peat Dead, featuring Oban-based Inspector Angus Blue, was shortlisted for the McIlvanney Debut Prize at the Bloody Scotland Crime Festival in 2019. The second Angus Blue novel, The Dead of Jura, is now available. Angus Blue is also featured in the novella A Fatal Contagion.

Death in Tallinn is the first of three novels set in 1930s Estonia, featuring Chief Inspector Juri Hallmets. A principled man in a country proud to have gained its independence, and trying hard to retain it, as the vultures of Europe circle.

The Peat Dead is now available in Estonian as Turbasurnud, published by Eesti Raamat.

See Turbasurnud on their website.