The Hanging Wood: A Lake District Mystery

Martin Edwards (Author)
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Description

Twenty years ago, teenager Callum Hinds went missing in England's Lake District. His uncle, suspected of having done the boy harm, was interviewed by the police. When the uncle committed suicide near his cottage in the Hanging Wood, everyone assumed it was a sign of guilt. The boy's body was never found.

Now Callum's sister, Orla Payne, who never believed in their uncle's guilt, has returned to the Lakes and taken up a job in a residential library close to the Hanging Wood. She wants to find the truth about Callum's disappearance. Prompted by historian Daniel Kind, she tries to interest DCI Hannah Scarlett, head of Cumbria's Cold Case Review Team. Hannah is reluctant, but when Orla dies in strange and shocking circumstances, Hannah determines to find the truth about what happened to Callum - and to Orla. Soon Hannah finds herself racing against time as the past casts long shadows on the sunlit landscape of the lakes.

Product Details

Price
$24.95
Publisher
Poisoned Pen Press
Publish Date
April 05, 2011
Pages
266
Dimensions
5.7 X 0.9 X 8.74 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781590588529

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About the Author

Martin Edwards is a British lawyer and the award-winning author of fourteen previous novels, including the Harry Devlin series set iin
Liverpool, and four highly acclaimed Lake District Mysteries. He has published many short stories, and edited sixteen crime fiction anthologies.
A renowned commentator on crime fiction, he has also published eight non-fiction books. His website is www.martinedwardsbooks.com, and his blog
www.doyouwriteunderyourownname.blogspot.com/

Reviews

"The locale is stunning - high and windblown, a bit wild. A nice spot to commit murder."--Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review of The Cipher Garden
"Lake District family intrigue from a seasoned pro."--Kirkus Reviews