The Island

The Island

eBook - 2017
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The wedding of Matthew Grand's sister is marred by cold-blooded murder in the intriguing new Grand & Batchelor Victorian mystery. 1873. Matthew Grand and James Batchelor have arrived at Matthew's grand family home in Maine for the wedding of his sister Martha. But preparations are thrown into chaos when a body is discovered in an upstairs bedroom. And that's not the only skeleton in the family closet.
Publisher: [Surrey, United Kingdom] : 2017. Severn House Digital,
ISBN: 9781780109244
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Bolinda Digital BorrowBox

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tirjan
Jul 05, 2018

March, 1873. Private investigators Matthew Grand and James Batchelor have arrived at Matthew?s substantial family home on the Maine coast for the wedding of his sister Martha. Friends and relatives have gathered from far and wide to celebrate the occasion ? but nothing is going according to plan. A long-lost cousin turns up out of the blue after an absence of fourteen years. The best man is nowhere to be found. And no one seems to have a good word to say about the bridegroom.

Preparations are thrown into chaos when a body is discovered in an upstairs bedroom. As Grand and Batchelor investigate, they discover that more than one member of the household has a scandalous secret to hide. And several more family skeletons are destined to tumble from the closet before the two enquiry agents uncover the shocking truth.

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Palomino
Mar 23, 2012

Max on a school trip - do I need to say more? I love Max's relationship with his students and their unpronounceable names. Good writing makes this series better than similar mysteries.

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