A Fatal Mistake (Ryder and Loveday, Book 2)

A Fatal Mistake (Ryder and Loveday, Book 2)

by Faith Martin

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Overview

A brand new Ryder & Loveday mystery from global bestseller Faith Martin

Summer 1960, Oxford

In the glorious sunshine of Oxford, on a day when everyone should be celebrating, tragedy strikes when a university student is found floating in the river, dead.

Probationary WPC Trudy Loveday finds herself paired with coroner Clement Ryder to investigate and it soon becomes clear that this case is not going to be easy.

The witnesses all refuse to give a straight answer, each new lead sends them in a new direction and tales of other missing youngsters add further mystery to the investigation.

One thing is certain though, something doesn’t seem quite right about the university’s most popular student….

The Ryder and Loveday Series
Book 1: A FATAL OBSESSION
Book 2: A FATAL MISTAKE
Book 3: A FATAL FLAW
Book 4: A FATAL SECRET

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780008297770
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/05/2018
Series: Ryder and Loveday , #2
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 117,541
File size: 612 KB

About the Author

Faith Martin has been writing for over 25 years, in four genres and under four different pen names. She was born in Oxford and sets most of her crime novels within sight of the city of dreaming spires. A real nature lover and afficionado of the countryside, descriptions of wildlife and native flora often find their way into her manuscripts.

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