Nov 10, 2020

Moonflower Murders, Anthony Horowitz

 If you loved Magpie Murders you’re going to love this!

 Even in death, writer Alan Conway continues to plague former editor Susan Ryeland. His creation, Atticus Pund seems to be the key to the disappearance of a Dorset woman whose parents own a country hotel. A version of that hotel and its guests and employees turns up in Conway’s third book, inspired by a real-life murder.

 Susan, up to her neck in hotel problems leaves Crete and her partner Andreas for England to investigate, spurred on by the promise of some much needed funds and a chance to get a semblance of her old life back. She finds a cast of suspects who wouldn’t look out of place in an Agatha Christie novel, a brace of red herrings and a very clever killer. Again it’s two books for the price of one and this time there’s no missing last chapter!

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