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The Frozen Shroud

A Lake District Mystery by Martin Edwards

The Frozen Shroud by Martin Edwards

Synopsis (from the publisher): Death has come twice to Ravenbank, a remote community in England's Lake District, each time on Hallowe'en. Just before the First World War, a young woman's corpse was found, with a makeshift shroud frozen to her battered face. Her ghost the Faceless Woman is said to walk through Ravenbank on Hallowe'en. Five years ago, another woman, Katya Moss, was murdered, and again her face was covered to hide her injuries.

Daniel Kind, a specialist in the history of murder, becomes fascinated by the old cases, and wonders whether the obvious suspects really did commit the crimes. He spends Hallowe'en at a party in Ravenbank only to find death returning to this beautiful but isolated spot. Once more, the victim is a woman, once more her damaged face is shrouded from view.

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The Frozen Shroud by Martin Edwards

The Frozen Shroud by Martin Edwards A Lake District Mystery

Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 978-1-4642-0105-9
Publication Date: April 2013
List Price: $24.95

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