A Victorian murder mystery set in fashionable Brighton and featuring a determined young detective
BRIGHTON 1871: A book by two respectable spinsters claiming to have seen the ghost of the Prince Regent in Brighton Pavilion shocks the town and attracts the attention of spiritualist Arthur Wallace Hope. Young Mina Scarletti, a writer of horror stories and investigator of psychic phenomena, suspects fraud. As the summer heat rises and hearts flutter dangerously Mina and her associates delve into the mystery and, in doing so, they soon discover that nothing is as it seems.
Linda Stratmann is a freelance writer and editor. She has a degree in psychology and a life-long interest in true crime. She is the author of numerous fiction and non- fiction titles including the popular Frances Doughty mystery series. She lives in Walthamstow, London.
• The second book in the exciting Mina Scarletti mystery series, following Mr Scarletti's Ghost
• 'I love Linda Stratmann's writing. Her descriptions of Brighton are so sharp and vivid you can smell and taste the city on every page', Peter James, author of the international best- selling DS Roy Grace series
• A young female detective battles to expose the crimes of a fraudulent spirit medium
• From the author of the popular Frances Doughty mystery series
Mr Scarletti's Ghost 9780750960502
Author: STRATMANN, LINDA
Publication date: 01/10/2016
Dimension: 198mm X 129mm
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