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A Death too Far

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by Judith Cranswick  GB United Kingdom

September 7, 2020   |    227 reads    |   0 comments

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A Death too Far - Book coverHow can Kathy uncover the truth about her sister’s death when all she has to go on is a holiday journal and someone is determined to stop her investigation?

Kathy is devastated when Leanne dies on a holiday. It doesn’t help that they argued at the airport. How did Leanne fall from the boat in the middle of the night? Attempting to solve the mystery becomes an obsession that threatens to alienate Kathy from her friends.

Leanne’s journal describes not only her exotic wildlife adventures in a remote Amazon eco-lodge and the fabulous Galapagos Islands but also her suspicions that all is not as it should be. Had she stumbled onto a smuggling racket?

Kathy manages to track down some Leanne’s fellow travellers. Could one of them be Leanne’s murderer? When asking the wrong questions leads to another death, Kathy realises she is putting her own life in danger. Can she expose her stalker before he eliminates her?

Author's Note: 

Fancy a vicarious trip to a remote ecolodge in the Amazon jungle followed by a few days in the amazing Galapagos Islands? Then this is the book for you. Mind you, you will need to cope with deceit, death and a whole lot more besides.

Travel is one of my passions and though I never intended our holiday to be a research trip, so many interesting things happened – including watching a seal holding a tuna fish in its jaws trying to protect its catch from a circle of would-be thieves plus a visit to Post Office Bay – I was compelled to write the novel.

I love edgy stories that keep me turning the page. If you do too, then give this book a whirl.

ISBN: 
979-8-6743-7586-9

About The Author

Judith has three passions in life – writing, travel and history – and combines all three in her novels.

She was born and brought up in Norwich and now lives with her husband in Swindon in Wiltshire. She wrote her first novel (now languishing in the back of a drawer somewhere) when her two children were toddlers, but there was little time for writing when she returned to work. Only after retirement was she was able to take up writing again in earnest.

Judith's first two published novels, 'All in the Mind' and 'Watcher in the Shadows' each won the NAWG... more

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