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The Indecent Death of a Madam: An Abbot Peter Mystery (Abbot Peter Mystery 5) Paperback – 21 Sep 2017
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Sleuthing couple DI Tamsin Shah and her unusual cleric uncle battle to solve a murder mystery that reveals dark secrets from Abbot Peter's tempestuous student years . . .
About the Author
Former script writer for Spitting Image and Sony Award winner, Simon Parke is author of the Abbot Peter murder mystery series and the historical novel The Soldier, the Gaoler, the Spy and her Lover. Away from publishing, Simon is CEO of The Mind Clinic and enjoys the loneliness of the long distance runner.
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The Stormhaven Etiquette Society, a secretive affair, unafraid to name and shame those who transgress. Model Services, the town’s only brothel, a discreet but busy presence in Church Street. Bybuckle Asylum, a desolate shell on the seafront that housed over seven hundred mental patients prior to ‘care in the community.’ What brings these three together is a cold-blooded execution that both shocks and confounds. For lying dead in the empty asylum, tied to an old metal bed frame, is a pillar of the establishment. Or is she? Sleuthing couple DI Tamsin Shah and her remarkable cleric uncle join forces once again to solve a murder mystery that reveals dark secrets from Abbot Peter’s tempestuous student years.
After seeing the cover for The Indecent Death of a Madam: An Abbot Peter Mystery, I just *had* to read it, and thankfully, Simon Parke didn't disappointment. I enjoyed this mystery and Parke's writing. I enjoyed the characters, the twists, and the suspenseful plot. If you're looking for a fast-paced mystery, this one's for you.