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The Great Shroud: A gripping and addictive murder mystery perfect for crime fiction fans (The Anglian Detective Agency Series, Book 5)

Vera Morris

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

Vera Morris returns with the fifth instalment in her much-loved Anglian Detective Agency Series.

THE ANGLIAN DETECTIVE AGENCY ARE BACK

Aldeburgh, 1972. The local community is devastated by the accidental death of a local fisherman. Another tragedy to add to the recent murders of three young women.

Soon, Laurel Bowman, Frank Diamond and the rest of the Anglian Detective Agency are pulled in to investigate another complex and dangerous case. But one of them is convinced that the fisherman's death is not an accident and they'll do anything to prove it. Even risk breaking up the agency.

With a killer on the loose, time is of the essence, but can Frank and Laurel unravel the mystery before another life is lost? And will the agency survive the investigation?

Join Laurel Bowman, Frank Diamond and the rest of the Anglian Detective Agency as they embark on their latest case in this fifth instalment of Vera Morris's much-loved and unputdownable mystery series.

Readers LOVE Vera Morris's Anglian Detective Agency series:

'I sat up to past midnight reading this book' *****

'Full of twists and turns' *****

'A book you just know you are going to like from the 1st page' *****

'A perfect detective novel' *****

'I started it early one morning and had finished it by bed-time that same day!' *****

'A super read' *****

'This book stands head and shoulders above the rest in this overcrowded genre' *****

'Absolute must read' *****

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Vera Morris

A self-confessed bookworm, Vera Morris studied Zoology at university and then went on to become a science teacher and, later, headteacher of a secondary school in Oxfordshire. After retiring, she turned to crime writing and hasn't looked back since. Her much-loved Anglian Detective Agency series is set on the ever-changing Suffolk coast, an area Vera loves and knows well.

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