Betsy Reavley

Murder in the Dark

Deadly secrets hides among the stacks of a quaint English bookshop in this “entertaining, tense, suspenseful and so well-written” mystery novel (John Nicholl, author of Mr. Nice).
When Tilly Edgely lands a position working at Ashton’s bookshop in Cambridge, England, she thinks she’s found her perfect job. But when she arrives to open the shop one winter’s morning, she discovers the body of her boss suspended from the ceiling, hanging by a rope around his neck. DCI Barrett and DI Palmer are called to the scene of appears to be an open and shut case of suicide. But nothing about this case is as simple as it first appears.
Barrett and Palmer soon find themselves searching for a twisted killer whose identity and motive are nearly impossible to trace. And just when they think they have the murderer in their sights, another body shows up—throwing the case wide open once again.
«A triumph of a mystery … Betsy Reavley has done it again!» —Anita Waller, author of 34 Days
224 printed pages
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