Murder from the Newsdesk

Murder from the Newsdesk

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by Peter Bartram
     
 

Murder from the Newsdesk

Seven Crampton of the Chronicle mystery stories

Join Colin Crampton, ace crime reporter on the Evening Chronicle in 1960s Brighton, in seven more cozy crime mysteries.

The Mystery of the African Charity: Amateur sleuth Colin discovers greed - and a murder mystery - behind what

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Murder from the Newsdesk

Seven Crampton of the Chronicle mystery stories

Join Colin Crampton, ace crime reporter on the Evening Chronicle in 1960s Brighton, in seven more cozy crime mysteries.

The Mystery of the African Charity: Amateur sleuth Colin discovers greed - and a murder mystery - behind what looks like a good deed.

The Mystery of the Two Suitcases: Colin interrupts a romantic Valentine’s date with girlfriend Shirley Goldsmith to unravel a case where love will find a way.

The Mystery of the Single Red Sock: Colin’s act of heroism plunges him into the hunt for one of the most violent criminals he’s ever confronted.

The Mystery at the Beauregard Hotel: Colin investigates when two guests disappear unexpectedly in this humorous crime mystery.

The Mystery of the Precious Princess: Colin finds that it’s not only a dog’s life for the canines up at the Greyhound Racing stadium.

The Mystery of the Clothes on the Beach: in another cozy crime story, a local fisherman helps Colin land a surprising catch.

The Mystery of the Phantom Santa: Colin uncovers more than he bargained for when he goes in search of a front-page crime story with a Christmas theme.

This book of cozy mystery stories will keep you smiling to the very last page.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153196657
Publisher:
The Bartram Partnership
Publication date:
04/22/2016
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
12,856
File size:
412 KB

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Murder from the Newsdesk 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
8 short well-written narrative free tales from the perspective of 1960's English crime reporter Colin Frampton. Clean language with reference to adult situations.