The Frozen Shroud (Lake District Series #6)

The Frozen Shroud (Lake District Series #6)

by Martin Edwards

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The Frozen Shroud (Lake District Series #6) by Martin Edwards

On Halloween, just before the First World War, a young woman’s corpse was found with a makeshift shroud frozen to her battered face. Her ghost—the Faceless Woman—is said to walk through Ravenbank each Halloween. Just five years ago, Katya Moss was killed, her face also covered to hide her injuries.

The old and seemingly related cases fascinate Daniel Kind, a specialist in the history of murder. Then, while he is attending a Halloween party in Ravenbank, a third murder occurs. Once again, the corpse’s face is shrouded from view. This can’t be a coincidence.

It all presents DCI Hannah Scarlett, head of the Cold Case Review Team, with the toughest challenge of her career. Hannah and Daniel, reluctant to acknowledge their mating dance, team up professionally. But before they can solve the shocking murder puzzle, both of them must confront ghosts from their own past, as well as the ghosts of lonely, lovely, and mysterious Ravenbank.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781464201073
Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Publication date: 04/02/2013
Series: Lake District Series , #6
Pages: 250
Sales rank: 828,898
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

The first of Martins eight novels, All the Lonely People, was nominated for the CWAs John Creasey Memorial Dagger and introduced lawyer Harry Devlin. Martin has also written a stand-alone, Take My Breath Away, and completed The Lazarus Widow by the late Bill Knox. His short stories are collected in Where Do You Find Your Ideas? and he has edited 14 anthologies. His ten non-fiction books include Urge to Kill, a study of homicide investigation. He has contributed many essays to reference books such as The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing. The author lives in Great Britain.

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