Festival: A classic English murder mystery

Festival: A classic English murder mystery

by JRL Anderson

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Festival: A classic English murder mystery by JRL Anderson

Chief Constable Piet Deventer, recently married and now a father, is thrown into turmoil by twin tragedies - a young woman is murdered at a music festival, only hours after Piet's own baby daughter is abducted.

Forced to put aside his personal woes and focus on the murder, Piet finds himself in a seedy world of drugs and rock'n'roll. He meets Harriet, the dead woman's sister, who has a shocking confession - might the two crimes be connected after all.

Racing against the clock, Piet must untangle the web that connects the dead woman, the festival and his daughter, before it's too late.

Corruption runs deep in the second fast-paced mystery featuring Piet Deventer, from master of 1970s crime, J.R.L. Anderson.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781785760150
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction
Publication date: 12/10/2015
Series: Piet Deventer Investigations
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 1,166,449
File size: 336 KB

About the Author

JRL Anderson was an author of fourteen mystery stories and numerous works of non-fiction. He was a journalist at the Guardian for many years, before retiring to pursue his career as an author. He had a life-long interest in sailing and adventure, which results in many of his novels (as his original author biography from the 1970s puts it) ending 'with an exciting sea chase in a small boat'.
JRL Anderson was an author of fourteen mystery stories and numerous works of non-fiction. He was a journalist at the Guardian for many years, before retiring to pursue his career as an author. He had a life-long interest in sailing and adventure, which results in many of his novels (as his original author biography from the 1970s puts it) ending 'with an exciting sea chase in a small boat'.

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