Murder at Greysbridge - Inishowen Mysteries (Paperback)Andrea Carter (author)
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'Haunting, atmospheric and gripping' John Connolly, New York Times best-selling author
'A beguiling heroine - clever, sympathetic and bearing a weight of guilt' The Times
'An atmospheric tour de force' Irish Times
Accident or murder? A perfect day hides the perfect crime . . .
Summer has arrived in Inishowen and solicitor Ben O'Keeffe is greatly tempted by a job offer she's received from a law firm in America.
Yet before making any life-changing decisions there is her friend Leah's wedding to attend at the newly restored Greysbridge Hotel, with its private beach and beautiful pier. It's the perfect location, everyone agrees, but the festivities are brutally cut short when a young American, a visitor also staying at the hotel, drowns in full view of the wedding guests.
And when a second death is discovered the same evening, Ben finds herself embroiled in a real country house murder mystery, where all the guests are suspects . . .
Praise for Andrea Carter
'The climax of the novel, with Ben and Molloy stranded on Inishathair in the storm, is an atmospheric tour de force' Irish Times
'I adored this traditional crime novel; it's modern day Agatha Christie with Ben as Miss Marple' Irish Examiner
'Atmospheric and vivid' Irish Times
'The colourful cast of characters may be fictional, but the landscapes, towns and villages are instantly recognisable' Irish Daily Mail
'. . . filled with well-drawn and engaging characters, lyrical descriptions of the stunning scenery, and intriguing mysteries to be unravelled . . . hugely enjoyable . . .' Irish Independent
'A modern day Agatha Christie . . . it builds to a crescendo in a dramatic and highly satisfying close' Books Ireland Magazine
'A proper old-fashioned crime novel in the best sense of the word' Jane Casey
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 440 g
Dimensions: 234 x 152 x 28 mm
The colourful cast of characters may be fictional, but the landscapes, towns and villages are instantly recognisable * Irish Daily Mail on Death at Whitewater Church *
Death at Whitewater Church is a charming debut that bodes well for Andrea Carter * Irish Times *
I adored this traditional crime novel; it's modern day Agatha Christie with Ben as Miss Marple * Irish Examiner on Death at Whitewater Church *
A promising start * The Sunday Times Crime Club on Death at Whitewater Church *
Another thriller full of twists from the solicitor turned author * Irish Country Magazine *
There's gripping suspense in contrast to the warm and well drawn Irish country community in solicitor sleuth Benedicta 'Ben' O'Keefe's third case * Evening Telegraph on The Well of Ice *
Carter writes very much in the village mystery tradition, with a likeable amateur detective, an atmospheric and vividly rendered sense of place and engagingly drawn series characters ... The Well of Ice moves towards a spectacular and explosive conclusion * Irish Times *
A pure delight, featuring a lively crew of memorable characters, action aplenty and stunning scenery * Irish Independent *
A moving - and exciting - well-observed account of crime, innocence, gullibility, and a determination to get things right ... the ideal novel to read curled up in front of a good fire while storms rage outside * Book Oxygen *
A proper old-fashioned crime novel in the best sense of the word -- Jane Casey, author of the Maeve Kerrigan series
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