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    Penshaw: A DCI Ryan Mystery

    £7.99
    ISBN: 9781912310135
    AuthorLJ Ross
    Pub Date29/10/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages400
    Availability: In Stock

    When you sell your soul, the devil gives no refunds...







    When an old man is burned alive in a sleepy ex-mining village, Detective Chief Inspector Ryan is called in to investigate. He soon discovers that, beneath the facade of a close-knit community, the burn from decades-old betrayal still smoulders. When everyone had a motive, can he unravel the secrets of the past before the killer strikes again?







    Meanwhile, back at Northumbria CID, trouble is brewing with rumours of a mole in Ryan's department. With everyone under suspicion, can he count on anybody but himself?







    Murder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast-paced crime whodunnit set amidst the spectacular Northumbrian landscape.







    "LJ Ross keeps company with the best mystery writers" - The Times







    "A literary phenomenon" - Evening Chronicle

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    When you sell your soul, the devil gives no refunds...







    When an old man is burned alive in a sleepy ex-mining village, Detective Chief Inspector Ryan is called in to investigate. He soon discovers that, beneath the facade of a close-knit community, the burn from decades-old betrayal still smoulders. When everyone had a motive, can he unravel the secrets of the past before the killer strikes again?







    Meanwhile, back at Northumbria CID, trouble is brewing with rumours of a mole in Ryan's department. With everyone under suspicion, can he count on anybody but himself?







    Murder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast-paced crime whodunnit set amidst the spectacular Northumbrian landscape.







    "LJ Ross keeps company with the best mystery writers" - The Times







    "A literary phenomenon" - Evening Chronicle