Category Archives: Kate Ellis

Walking By Night by Kate Ellis

A dark and foggy night in Eborby. Debby Telerhaye is already terrified that her mother’s partner is stalking her, but a walk home through a ruined abbey leads to the appearance of both a shadowy nun and a dead body. … Continue reading

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The Shroud Maker by Kate Ellis

The Palkin Festival, held in the Devonshire town of Tradmouth, occurs every summer (although it’s passed without mention in the previous seventeen books), inspired by the local hero/villain John Palkin. But last year it was shrouded in tragedy as Jenny … Continue reading

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The Shadow Collector by Kate Ellis

Eighteen years ago, two schoolgirls were murdered by Lilith Bentley and her mother – everyone knew the story about how the two witches caught the girls who were spying on them and then fed them to their pigs. But Lilith … Continue reading

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The Flesh Tailor by Kate Ellis

DI Wesley Peterson is at a dinner party hosted by his sister, a local doctor. When her associate, Dr James Dalcott, doesn’t show up, no-one suspects the truth – that he has been shot dead in his home. While Dalcott … Continue reading

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A Perfect Death by Kate Ellis

Grandal Field in Devon seems to have a curse upon it. In the thirteenth century, a French woman, fleeing the terrors in her own country, was burned to death. Ten years ago, an archaeological dig ended in tragedy with the … Continue reading

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The Blood Pit by Kate Ellis

Charles Marrick is found by his wife sitting peacefully on the sofa in their living room. Peaceful apart from the knife wound in his neck – and the vast amounts of blood that have drained from his body. Once DI … Continue reading

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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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