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The House of the Hanged Woman, Paperback / softback Book

The House of the Hanged Woman Paperback / softback

Part of the Albert Lincoln series

Paperback / softback

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'A beguiling author who interweaves past and present' The Times'A powerful story of loss, malice and deception' Ann Cleeves1921.

When a Member of Parliament goes missing in a small Derbyshire village, Scotland Yard detective Albert Lincoln is sent up North to investigate.

This isn't Albert's first visit to Wenfield. He once solved a traumatic case there at great personal cost and now, two years later, it seems that darkness still lurks in the village.

The naked body of a man has been discovered, mutilated beyond recognition, by an ancient stone circle called the Devil's Dancers. The local police assume the body is that of the missing politician, but when that identification proves false and more strange deaths occur, Albert realises his case is far more complex than a simple disappearance.

But, as he reawakens ghosts from the past, will he be able to solve the mystery surrounding Wenfield once and for all?

The third and final historical thriller in the Albert Lincoln series by award-winning crime writer Kate Ellis.

An atmospheric, spellbinding mystery set in the aftermath of the Great War.

Praise for Kate Ellis:'Haunting' Independent'Fascinating, with a characteristically clever twist' Martin Edwards'The chilling plot will keep you spooked and thrilled to the end' Closer'A splendidly macabre thriller' Andrew Taylor'Extraordinarily powerful' Peter Lovesey'This could be an instant classic' L.

C. Tyler

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