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Brodie picks up a lead on the missing mother and child, and learns that the husband knows more than he has been willing to admit. Brodie also discovers why one of his clients has been so desperate to find his wife.
While investigating an apparently routine case of marital infidelity, Brodie falls into another job--tracking down a mother and her baby who, the husband claims, are staying with a relative.
While searching for a lost cat, Scottish private investigator and former policeman, Jackson Brodie takes on the cold case of a girl who went missing thirty years earlier. He is also talked into helping a grieving father find the man who murdered his daughter, and tracking down the niece of a mysterious seductress.moreless
A woman desperate to find her birth parents approaches Jackson for help. He also helps a store detective who has had to deal with a young child being physically abused by her mother. The investigations lead him to investigate a 35-year-old crime.
In addition to his hunt for a killer and a long-vanished young girl, Brodie takes on another missing-persons case. This time the absent youth is the niece of a woman he met in a bar, who secured his services through an unorthodox method.
Brodie has several questions to ponder: Why would a road rage attacker want to kill him and another bystander who witnessed the incident? What does the attacker have to do with a shady cleaning business? And how does it relate to the body Brodie saw in the sea?
On an early morning run along the coast, Brodie spots a woman's body in the water but is unable to prevent it from floating out to sea. When the police appear less than enthusiastic about investigating, Brodie decides to do it himself.
Jackson investigates a man suspected of cheating on his fiancée. He meets a woman who is convinced that her daughter's death in a riding incident five years before was murder. He also chases a bookmaker over an alleged unpaid bill.
A young man asks Jackson to look into the murder of his mother 15 years earlier. And he is reluctantly compelled to take on a case in settlement of an old debt.