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`A mischievously entertaining crime novel' SIMON BRETT
The thirteenth instalment in The Falconer Files, Andrea Frazer's insanely gripping village detective series with a delightful slice of humour. Perfect for fans of Agatha Christie, Lillian Jackson Braun and Midsomer Murders.
READER'S CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF ANDREA'S QUIRKY CRIME NOVELS!
***** 'The 13th in this fabulous Falconer Files series is simply wonderful!... Thank you, Andrea Frazer - I loved it!' Reader Review
***** 'I thought this was a well plotted and interesting mystery with some likeable characters and plenty of humour' Reader Review
***** 'Andrea Frazer's imagination is wonderful... her mysteries are populated by great, quirky characters and good humour' Author Review
***** 'I love all of Andrea Frazer books. Funny but a good mystery too' Author Review
The body of a woman has been discovered in Castle Farthing Woods, and it appears that although she had been dead for years, nobody had ever reported her missing.
DI Harry Falconer of the Market Darley police is perplexed - and not only in his working life. He has recently resumed his relationship with psychologist Dr Honey Dubois - but while visiting a local village in the course of his investigations, unsettling memories of a former love are revived.
Then the bodies start to come thick and fast ...
As Falconer's sidekick DS Carmichael is coping with the early birth of his twins, the DI is forced to form a closer bond with his new constable, as they try to solve a nightmare conundrum.
For Falconer is forced to confront the fact that someone has been committing these murders under the radar and under his very nose: he is forced to acknowledge that, in the midst of beautiful countryside and quaint market towns, there is a serial killer on the loose.