A Fete Worse Than Death
by Dolores Gordon-Smith

Money, love, revenge . . . Former pilot Jack Haldean investigates a murder at a village fete with links to the past in this traditional 1920s mystery.

It’s 1922, and Jack Haldean, a young crime writer and former Royal Flying Corps pilot, is enjoying the local summer fete. But the idyll is soon shattered when Jack’s fellow officer, Jeremy Boscombe, is found dead in the fortune-teller’s tent.

When a friend of Boscombe’s is also found murdered, Jack soon realizes that the roots of the crime go back to an incident during the Battle of the Somme.

Money, love, revenge and blackmail all play their part as Jack inches closer to the truth, putting his life and the lives of those around him in danger.


A Fete Worse Than Death by Dolores Gordon-Smith is available in the following formats

Ebook *97814483006311st September 2012N/A288$6.99
Ebook *97814483006311st September 2012N/A288£4.99
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Dolores Gordon-Smith

Dolores Gordon-Smith lives in Greater Manchester and is married, with five daughters and assorted dogs and cats. She is the author of ten previous Jack Haldean mysteries.

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