Category Archives: Kate Ellis

The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month – March 2014

Well, this has been a funny old month. Nine books, eight of which were read before the eighteenth of the month and then only one since then. As I mentioned in the last review, the cause was in part a … Continue reading

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The Shining Skull by Kate Ellis

In 1976, Marcus Falbrook was kidnapped from his family. Ransom notes were sent were Marcus was never seen again. Until the day he returns to his family with little memory of what happened to him. At the same time, Leah … Continue reading

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The Marriage Hearse by Kate Ellis

Kirsten Harbourn was getting married that day – until someone strangled her as she was changing into her wedding dress. Once DI Wesley Peterson and his team start digging into her background, they find more that just an obsessive stalker … Continue reading

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A Cursed Inheritance by Kate Ellis

Right, I’m back. Newly ensconced in a house full of boxes and the nice people from BT have connected the broadband, so hopefully, the reviews are back. Hurrah! With the various hassles of the move, I’ve managed three books in … Continue reading

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Playing With Bones by Kate Ellis

Forty years ago, a serial killer stalked the streets of Eborby, killing young girls and leaving an antique doll beside their bodies. He became known as the Doll Strangler. And then he vanished… Today, a young aspiring model has disappeared. … Continue reading

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The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book of the Month – February 2013

February 2013 looked for a while as if it was going to be a lean month for reviews. A bout of mildly bad health, a couple of books that were a bit of a struggle to get through and too … Continue reading

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The Plague Maiden by Kate Ellis

Huntleys Supermarket isn’t having the best of times. After a woman dies of botulism poisoning, anonymous letters warn of more contaminated goods. The excavation of the site for the new store has uncovered an apparent plague pit from the fourteenth … Continue reading

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The Skeleton Room by Kate Ellis

When two workers are busy converting Chadleigh Hall, a old girls’ school, into a luxury hotel, they break into a sealed room, only to reveal a skeleton. DI Wesley Peterson and his team investigate, their interest heightened when they discover … Continue reading

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A Painted Doom by Kate Ellis

When a teenager discovers an horrific painting in a medieval barn, the interest is piqued of local archaeologist Neil Watson. But soon the dead body of sixties pop idol Jonny Shellmer turns up in a nearby field and the teenager … Continue reading

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The Funeral Boat and The Bone Garden by Kate Ellis

So, to bring myself up to date, a double bill from one of my favourite current authors, Kate Ellis. I recently treated myself by filling all the gaps in my collection of the Wesley Peterson novels, a series of police … Continue reading

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