Murder at the Playhouse by Helena Dixon

The body of a young girl has been found on the local golf course, strangled with a bootlace. Captain Matthew Bryant comes forward with information that he believed the girl to be one of two who came to his house as part of a scavenger hunt, asking for a bootlace. Now he’s “assisting the police …

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Mortmain Hall by Martin Edwards

London 1930—reclusive criminologist Rachel Savernake is back to investigate a collection of seemingly unrelated murders. In each instance there is a question of whether the individual found guilty is murder the actual murderer, or did someone get away with the perfect crime.  I was blown away by this book! The plot is intricate, atmospheric, and …

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