Christmas Mourning (Paperback)

Andrea Frazer


It is winter 2010, and the UK is experiencing it's worst winter for years. This is catastrophic for DI Harry Falconer as he has rashly promised to spend Christmas with DS Davey Carmichael and family only to find that the weather closes in and he has to become a reluctant house guest, as they find that they are snowed-in. Without power or telephones and cut off from the outside world until further notice, Christmas Day greets them with a murder in St Cuthberts, where the locum vicar has discovered, to his horror, one of Castle Farthing's residents nailed to a gigantic cross. Falconer and Carmichael are left to dig their way out of Carmichael's cottage to investigate with none of the technology and support normally available to them. As if this is not enough to cope with, Carmichael has agreed to look after a huge Great Dane over the festivities, Kerry Carmichael is just about to give birth, and even death has not finished with them, still stalking the snowed-in community, intent on claiming at least one more victim!

Product Details

  • Product code: BDJQD
  • ISBN: 9781783751501
  • Publisher: Accent Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 19.7cm x 16.1cm
  • Pages: 200
  • Publish date: Thu Dec 19 00:00:00 GMT 2013
  • Book points: 7


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