Series guide to the works of Peter May

Peter May series guide

A full series guide to the works of Peter May, so you can make sure you know your Enzo from your Fin Macleod!

Posted on March 17, 2017 in Behind the Scenes, Series guide
Tags: Peter May, china thrillers, crime thrillers, enzo macleod, fin macleod, lewis trilogy, series guide

Peter May series guide

The Lewis Trilogy series guide

In these tense and masterly novels set in the remote Outer Hebrides of Scotland, one can almost see the secrets swirling in the skies above Detective Inspector Fin Macleod, as he attempts to piece together baffling cases, as well as his own, broken, life.

 

 

The China Thrillers series guide

A brilliant but volatile relationship develops between Beijing detective Li Yan and American pathologist Margaret Campbell as they work together to solve a series of gruesome murders amid China’s aggressive expansion into the twenty-first century.

 

 

 

The Enzo Files series guide

 

Peter May takes us to France, where forensic scientist Enzo Macleod attempts to crack the country’s 6 most infamous cold cases. By doing so, Enzo begins to attract unwanted attention: that of killers who will do anything to protect their darkest secret.

 

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4 commments on “Series guide to the works of Peter May”

  • Janette Hannah says:

    Peter May isa brilliant writer I just love his books .
    My favourite of course is the Lewis series.
    I was wondering if he could not write some books involving Caithness, and Orkney .

  • Marie-Pierre Fontaine says:

    Iam desapointed because i thought you would also give us french titles….. I love your books but i did not read them all . French titles written for exemple under the english ones woud be so nice!! A french reader!!

  • Lynne Martin says:

    I have enjoyed every book you have written that I have been able to purchase. I live in Hamilton,
    Ontario. Canada and much to my frustration, I cannot find your China series.

  • David Wilson says:

    One very useful book by Peter May is missing from the “related” column – “Hebrides” is a photographic guide to all the major locations in the Lewis Trilogy and proves extremely useful to any fan visiting the Hebrides to seek them out. Peter’s descriptions include memories about how he first discovered the islands, his film work there and details of each location. The 200 photographs are moody, evocative and revealing of the wild yet rugged beauty of the landscape and weather and I should know – I took them! David Wilson.

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