Fancy a twenty-first-century murder linked to an eighteenth-century parish
register? - with a stroll through the byways of ancient Middle Eastern
languages, a piece of eighteenth-century silver, a spot of genealogy and
trips to France, Italy and Austria thrown in? Then this is the book for you!
The discovery of the body of a petty criminal one winter’s night in 2011, in
a quiet Yorkshire hamlet, sets in train a series of events which stretches
Inspector Walter Moat’s capabilities to the utmost. His wily opponent, as he
eventually discovers, is an elusive master-criminal called Lomax, who weaves
a devious and ruthless path to achieve his goals. Moat and his sergeant find
themselves attempting to nail a crook intent on thwarting the resolve of a
Follow the inspector in an intricate and baffling investigation in which
only a brainwave saves his reputation. Allow Mr Falconer to lead you by the
hand (or possibly by the nose) until, it may be, the light dawns on you
before it dawns on the inspector.
Gracious English, dry wit, learned asides, well-researched background – all
the Falconer hallmarks are here.
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