Beneath the Bleeding

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Beneath The Bleeding (2007) is a crime novel by Scottish author Val McDermid, the fifth featuring her recurring protagonist, Dr. Tony Hill and his police partner Carol Jordan. The books were successfully adapted into the television series Wire in the Blood., starring Robson Green and Hermione Norris.

The title is part of a line from the poem East Coker by T. S. Eliot (part of the Four Quartets).