Many thanks to Jill Burkinshaw of Booksnall for inviting me back on thenext Roy Lewis blogtour. This time, it is for the Joffe Books publication of ‘Murder for Money’, the sequel to my previously blogged about title,’The Woods Murder’. Inspector Crow is back. From Scotland Yard he has descended upon Yorkshire to impart his style of policingRead more about BlogTour-‘Murder For Money’ by Roy Lewis[…]
So we bid farewell to November…and turn our focus towards Christmas-books on our wish list ,time to unwind (hopefully!) and relax with a good read!
What’s on your Christmas list and have you been good enough to get what you wanted?
Before we hit that silly season, hard , here’s my monthly Wrap Up-how did you do? Did you read more or less than you thought you would? Were you taken by surprise at all by anything you read? Read more AboutNovember Bookish WrapUp …
Charles Lendon, a solicitor, has been murdered. The day before his death, his office junior, Cathy, had overheard a quarrel with an unseen person, as well as witnessing him argue with the father of a murdered local child. His daughter ,Jenny,had been killed in public woods where the children of the local housing estate would play. They used this as a short cut to school as Lendon had been successful in stopping them using Woodrow Lane. As a result of using this shortcut, Jenny had been attacked and killed. The murder had never been solved .