Death Comes To Dartmoor: A Merriweather and Royston Mystery (Hardback)
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Death Comes To Dartmoor: A Merriweather and Royston Mystery (Hardback)

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Hardback 1 Pages / Published: 15/08/2019
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Publisher: Crooked Lane Books
ISBN: 9781643850092
Number of pages: 1
Dimensions: 210 x 140 mm

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“Superb Read - Full of Intrigue!”

I enjoyed the first in the Merriweather and Royston mysteries immensely, and the second one lives up to the promise that this would be a stunning and very satisfying series.

Following on from the events in the first... More

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“An enjoyable read”

A smartly written historical thriller in the vein of Arthur Conan Doyle. There are plenty of red herrings in this investigation into murder, suspicion and superstition amongst the moors of Dartmoor.

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“Enigmatic, intelligent detectives, a community steeped in folklore, an undercurrent of criminal activity and gruesome murder.”

This is my first’ Merriweather and Royston mystery’. This is a standalone mystery, and there is sufficient backstory to place the characters, and their relationship in this story, but if you can, read book one first.... More

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