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Death Writes

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781408718476

Price: £14.99

ON SALE: 27th July 2023

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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‘Hugely enjoyable, a proper mystery novel in a glorious Donegal setting’ JANE CASEY

‘Brilliant, beloved characters, a setting to die for and a sensational, twisted plot. I loved this one!’ JO SPAIN

‘A perfect summer read’ SUNDAY INDEPENDENT

The next gripping book in the Ben O’Keefe series.

A very public death in front of an adoring crowd… or something more sinister?

Early summer in Glendara and the town’s literary festival, Glenfest, is about to begin with Phyllis Kettle, the bookshop owner, at the helm. The big news is that Gavin Featherstone, the peninsula’s bestselling but reclusive writer, has been persuaded to take part.

An eager crowd awaits his first public appearance in ten years. Unexpectedly charming, he is just about to read from his new memoir when he collapses and dies on stage.

Ben discovers that she holds Featherstone’s will at the office, drafted by her predecessor. But just as it is confirmed that the author’s death was murder, his assistant appears in Ben’s office, brandishing a rival will which is very different from the one Ben has.

Ben and Molloy are thrown into an investigation where they are pitted against a killer who has nothing left to lose. And although working together, there are secrets Ben has to keep from Molloy… but is he keeping his own secrets from her?

Praise for Andrea Carter’s Inishowen Mysteries series

‘Atmospheric and vivid’ The Irish Times

‘I adored this traditional crime novel; it’s modern day Agatha Christie with Ben as Miss Marple’ Irish Examiner

The colourful cast of characters may be fictional, but the landscapes, towns and villages are instantly recognisable’ Irish Daily Mail

‘A beguiling heroine – clever, sympathetic and bearing a weight of guilt’ The Times

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