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Serpent's Point

ebook / ISBN-13: 9780349425740

Price: £20.99

ON SALE: 4th August 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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‘A beguiling author who interweaves past and present’ The Times
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Serpent’s Point in South Devon is the focus of local legends. The large house on the headland is shrouded in an ancient tale of evil, and when a woman is found strangled on the coastal path DI Wesley Peterson is called in to investigate.

The woman had been house-sitting at Serpent’s Point and Wesley is surprised to discover that she was conducting an investigation into unsolved missing persons cases. Could these enquires have led to her murder?

While the case takes Wesley to Yorkshire and the Cotswolds, archaeologist Neil Watson is making a dramatic discovery of his own in the fields near the house.

When a skeleton is uncovered, the pressure rises to find a killer, and Wesley and Neil realise that Serpent’s Point holds more secrets than anyone could have imagined.

Reviews

Haunting
Independent
The chilling plot will keep you spooked and thrilled to the end
Closer
A beguiling author who interweaves past and present
The Times
Star author. Unputdownable.
Bookseller
Praise for Kate Ellis:
A perfectly paced crime novel that beautifully evokes both time and place. Kate Ellis keeps you guessing all the way through to the final unexpected twist
L. C. Tyler
Fascinating, with a characteristically clever twist
Martin Edwards
I loved this novel . . . Clever plotting hides a powerful story of loss malice and deception
Ann Cleeves
A splendidly macabre thriller with a very dark heart and a hugely effective twist at the end
Andrew Taylor
A traditional detective story with an intriguing historical twist . . . Ellis is a fine storyteller, weaving the past and present in a way that makes you want to read on
Peterborough Evening Telegraph