A teenager is found strangled
and mutilated in a Glasgow flat. Leaving her warm bed and lover in the middle of the night
to take forensic samples from the body, Rhona MacLeod soon recognises
the likeness between herself and the dead boy and is horrified to think
that he might be the son she gave up for adoption seventeen years
the turmoil of her own love life and consumed by guilt from her past, Rhona sets out to
find both the boy's killer and her own son. But the powerful men who use the Internet to
trawl for vulnerable boys have nothing to lose and everything to gain by Rhona MacLeod's
Lin Anderson has a
rare gift. Compelling, vivid stuff.
I couldn't put it down. Anne MacLeod
DRIFTNET was a 2003 summer best-seller, and was
included by Ian Rankin in his list of his 20 favourite books.