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About the author


Frances Powell lives outside Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, Russell, and her Goldendoodle, Winston. Her love of Ireland and its magnificent wolfhounds inspired her "A Ballysea Mystery" series. Powell is also the author of "The Bodyguard", a tale of duty, betrayal and love during the time known as "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland, and the fantasy novel "Mystery of White Horse Lake".
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Lady of the Wye
by Frances Powell

Overview


After an illustrious career at London’s Metropolitan Police Department, Scottish-born Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The sleepy market town was the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met. Yes, everything was idyllic, until that lazy summer afternoon when the Lady of the Wye surfaced. Although everything points to suicide, Cam’s instincts tell him that things don’t add-up. When evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.

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After an illustrious career at London's Metropolitan Police Department, Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The idyllic, sleepy market town is the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met—until the Lady of the Wye surfaces... Everything points to suicide, but Cam's instincts tell him that things don't add up. And when evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.
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Overview


After an illustrious career at London’s Metropolitan Police Department, Scottish-born Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The sleepy market town was the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met. Yes, everything was idyllic, until that lazy summer afternoon when the Lady of the Wye surfaced. Although everything points to suicide, Cam’s instincts tell him that things don’t add-up. When evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.

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Description


After an illustrious career at London's Metropolitan Police Department, Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The idyllic, sleepy market town is the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met—until the Lady of the Wye surfaces... Everything points to suicide, but Cam's instincts tell him that things don't add up. And when evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Mystery & Detective / Traditional British

Language:English

Pages:182

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543907971

Paperback ISBN:9781543907964


Overview


After an illustrious career at London’s Metropolitan Police Department, Scottish-born Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The sleepy market town was the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met. Yes, everything was idyllic, until that lazy summer afternoon when the Lady of the Wye surfaced. Although everything points to suicide, Cam’s instincts tell him that things don’t add-up. When evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.

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Description


After an illustrious career at London's Metropolitan Police Department, Chief Inspector Cam Fergus accepts a transfer to the Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye to wind down his career. The idyllic, sleepy market town is the perfect place to escape the frequent crimes and gruesome murders that Cam dealt with daily at the Met—until the Lady of the Wye surfaces... Everything points to suicide, but Cam's instincts tell him that things don't add up. And when evidence indicating foul play is found at Wilton Castle, the case quickly develops into a murder investigation. As victims begin to pile up, Cam races to find the identity of the killer before more innocent lives are lost.

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About the author


Frances Powell lives outside Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, Russell, and her Goldendoodle, Winston. Her love of Ireland and its magnificent wolfhounds inspired her "A Ballysea Mystery" series. Powell is also the author of "The Bodyguard", a tale of duty, betrayal and love during the time known as "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland, and the fantasy novel "Mystery of White Horse Lake".

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