Death of a Chancellor

Death of a Chancellor

David Dickinson


“A type of locked bed room secret. . . . Dickinson's view of the royals is edgy and naturally formed via our times.”—The Poisoned Pen

“Fine prose, excessive society and intricate plot suggest this series.”—Library Journal

A sinister mystery on the middle of Compton Cathedral results in homicide.

England, 1901. The cathedral within the city of Compton within the west of britain is getting ready to have a good time a really precise anniversary: 1000 years of Christian worship. yet a number of weeks prior to the most ceremonies at Easter, the chancellor of the cathedral dies less than mysterious situations. nobody, other than the health professional and the undertaker, is authorized to view the corpse. It seems that the chancellor was once one of many richest males in England. His sister suspects foul play, so the discreet and well-bred investigator Lord Francis Powerscourt is named in. He starts off to suspect bad mystery lies hidden within the cathedral. Then there's a really dreadful incident: the useless physique of 1 of the choristers is found, turning at the nice spit within the Vicars corridor kitchen.

Both Powerscourt and his spouse, woman Lucy, are vulnerable to their lives prior to he uncovers the mind-blowing mystery of Compton Minster and unmasks a brutal killer.

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