Someone knows what happened . . . Vera Morris brings us the second thrilling instalment in her much-loved Anglian Detective Agency Series.It's 1971. Thirteen year old David has been missing for two years. It's now up to Laurel Bowman and Frank Diamond, partners in the newly formed Anglian Detective Agency, to find him.
Someone knows what happened . . .
1971. David was thirteen when he went missing two years ago. It's now up to Laurel Bowman and Frank Diamond, partners in the newly formed Anglian Detective Agency, to find him.
But how do you solve a cold case with no leads? Could it have anything to do with the brutal deaths of three local residents?
As their first big case unravels, they uncover a circle of temptations, destruction and deceit. But the closer they get to solving the case, the more exposed they are to danger. And now both Laurel and Frank's lives are at risk . . .
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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. The Ship of Death is the fourth book in her much-loved Anglian Detective Agency series, set on the ever-changing Suffolk coast, an area Vera loves and knows well.