Lewis and the Country House Murders
Dear Jack, I think I?m about to be arrested and charged with murder.? Tom Morris, busy cataloguing the library of Plumwood Hall, is in a fix. Three days before, a member of the family had keeled over at afternoon tea...
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Dear Jack, I think I?m about to be arrested and charged with murder.? Tom Morris, busy cataloguing the library of Plumwood Hall, is in a fix. Three days before, a member of the family had keeled over at afternoon tea after eating a slice of fruit cake laced with poison. And Tom has been fingered by the weasel-like Inspector Hyde as chief suspect. The young scholar turns to the only person who can help: his old Oxford tutor, C. S. (?Jack?) Lewis. As they investigate, mystery piles on mystery. Why did the victim's husband disappear twelve months before? Why is a strange tattooed foreigner living in a cottage on the moors? Who is the wild man of the woods? And most puzzling of all: how did a massive dose of cyanide get into just one slice of cake? C. S. Lewis's second mind-twisting case has all the hallmarks of a classic Country House Mystery. The second in the C. S. Lewis Mysteries series.
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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