Murder in the Morning Edition. A comic crime caper. Book 1 of the Morning, Noon & Night trilogy
by Peter Bartram
Book 1 of 3 in the Crampton of the Chronicle Morning, Noon & Night trilogy (3 Book Series)
Welcome to Brighton, England - where they do like to murder beside the seaside…
Don't you just hate it when you get the afternoon off - and then find yourself chasing a train robber with his loot?
Join ace crime reporter Colin Crampton and his feisty Australian girlfriend Shirley Goldsmith as they embark on a new adventure.
It all starts when Colin spends a lazy afternoon by the beach with Shirley. But when a daring robbery takes place before their very eyes, Colin reckons he's on the trail of a big story.
But nothing about the robbery is what it seems. And before long Colin and Shirley are drawn deeper into danger.
Colin encounters a motorcycle rocker with bad teeth, a dyslexic tattooist, and a seller of novelty toilet roll holders as he chases down his story.
If you enjoy books by authors like Janet Evanovich, M C Beaton and Simon Brett, you'll soon be hooked by the mix of murder, mystery and mirth in this first book in the Colin Crampton Morning, Noon & Night trilogy. Come and join the fun…
See what reviewers say about Crampton of the Chronicle books:
"By the end of page one, I knew I liked Colin Crampton and author Peter Bartram's breezy writing style." Over My Dead Body
"A romp of a read! Very funny and very British." The Book Trail
"A fun read with humour throughout…" Crime Thriller Hound
"An excellent novel, full of twists and turns, plenty of action scenes, crackling dialogue - and a great sense of fun." Fully Booked 2016
"It read like a breath of fresh air and I can't wait for the next one." Little Bookness Lane
"A highly entertaining, involving mystery, narrated in a charming voice, with winning characters. Highly recommended." - In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel
"A fast-paced mystery, superbly plotted, and kept me guessing right until the end." Don't Tell Me the Moon Is Shining
"One night I stayed up until nearly 2.00am thinking 'I'll just read one more chapter'. This is a huge recommendation from me." Life of a Nerdish Mum