Lewis and the Body in the Basement
It's the summer of 1933, and Oxford don C. S. Lewis,better known to his friends as Jack, is on a walkingholiday with his brother Warnie and young friendTom Morris. When Jack's wallet is accidentallydestroyed, they visit a bank to replenish...
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It's the summer of 1933, and Oxford don C. S. Lewis,better known to his friends as Jack, is on a walkingholiday with his brother Warnie and young friendTom Morris. When Jack's wallet is accidentallydestroyed, they visit a bank to replenish their funds?andwalk straight into the scene of an impossible murder.The victim is in the basement of the bank, alone, cut offby brick and steel from the rest of the world?and yet hehas been stabbed from behind and the murder weaponhas vanished.It's a ?locked room? mystery that would have baffled thecleverest sleuths of the Golden Age of detective stories?but it's being tackled by the brilliant mind and larger-than-life personality of C. S. Lewis: beloved creator ofNarnia and formidable defender of the Christian faith.The first in a new series of C. S. Lewis Mysteries.Kel Richards is an author, journalist and broadcaster.Kel presented Word Watch on ABC radio for 12 yearsand is the bestselling author of The Case of the VanishingCorpse and The Aussie Bible. He currently hosts The SundayNight Open Line Show and Kel Richards? Word of theDay on Radio 2CH-1170 in Sydney
Kel Richards is a veteran Australian journalist, author and broadcaster, heard every weekday on Sydney radio.
He is the author of a number of children's books - The Case of the Vanishing Corpse, The Sherlock Holmes Tale of Terror Series(4 vols), Moonlight Shadows, and Father Koala's Fables.
Kel has also produced a hugely popular series of resources that present biblical truth using traditional Aussie vernacular and humour - The Aussie Bible, The Aussie Pigrim's Progress, Aussie Yarns, Aussie Christmas Carol, and Bush Ballads.
His adult apologetic and evangelistic books include Forgiving Hitler, Defending the Gospel, Jesus On Trial, Journey Towards God, and Two Roads.
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