Diana's Altar (A Detective Joe Sandilands Novel)
Cambridge, 1933. On All Hallows’ Eve, in a candlelit pew in old All Hallows Church, health care provider Adelaide Hartest witnesses a stranger’s loss of life moments. Adelaide is simply in time to listen to his ultimate confession: that he has plunged the dagger into his personal chest, and that his loss of life could be a suicide, regardless of its suspicious appearance.
But his confession isn’t sufficient to halt an research. The sufferer, it truly is published, is understood to Scotland backyard, and his demise is an issue of nationwide situation. Assistant Commissioner Joe Sandilands is shipped up from London to find the reality. Thrown right into a lethal ring of cloak-and-dagger intrigue and excessive society hedonism, Sandilands chases a phantom killer via Cambridge’s aristocracy, intelligentsia, state of the art researchers, and a clandestine ring of woman spies. What mystery used to be the lifeless guy hiding, and what's at stake?