Dream of the Dead (West End Murders)

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In the opening of Dream of the Dead, Detective Inspector Jack Ravenshaw comes across a girl planning to jump from the scaffolding around the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Little did he know that helping her would propel him into a case that would take him into the past he was so desperately trying to escape. His family was renowned in the theater world and his experience on stage made him a valuable asset in the recent murder case of a wealthy theater producer. As the story progresses, Jack is confronted by events in his past threatening his sanity and challenging his beliefs.

This is an exciting, engrossing story, with detailed descriptions making me feel part of the action and anticipating the outcome of each event. The author’s account of walking through Piccadilly Circus engaged all of my senses, immersing me in the sights, sounds, and scents of the world-renown theater district.

The twists and turns of the plot as the investigation uncovered information, encouraged me to speculate on the murderer’s identity and his motives, but in the end, I was completely taken by surprise. I highly recommend this thrilling adventure mystery.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 270 pages
Publisher Red Herring
Publish Date 2013-Nov-28
ISBN 9781493740727
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Issue February 2014
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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