Thursday, 20 August 2015

Death at Whitewater Church by Andrea Carter PRE ORDER Your copy now

Death at Whitewater ChurchDeath at Whitewater Church by Andrea Carter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I would like to thank Little, Brown Book Group UK via Net Galley

This is the start of a new series and judging from what I have just read, its going to be an excellent page turner.

This is set in a small village in Ireland.

Ben is a solicitor, he has a business there. Its small, busy and compact.
Ben is short for Benedict.

We also meet Paul. He is doing a survey on a church there called Whitewater.

A skeleton in the crypt is found and wondering what/whose it could be, Paul is endeavoring to try and find out.

The neighbors of the small village say its Conor Devitt who disappeared the day before his wedding and was never found.

This is the start of the substance of the story.

There is intrigue surrounding this. And if it was Conor who disappeared, what happened?

It is sure to keep you guessing.

Its not an horrific blood bath investigation so far, its a mild mystery, so I am looking forward to book 2 in the series also because I want to learn more of the other characters in the village which have made an impact on me so far.

I am also wondering about Paul and Benedict. Will they get together? Who knows.

I would recommend this book to other readers that love a good mystery and page turner.



When a skeleton is discovered, wrapped in a blanket, in the hidden crypt of a deconsecrated church, everyone is convinced the bones must be those of Conor Devitt, a local man who went missing on his wedding day six years previously. But the post mortem reveals otherwise.

Solicitor Benedicta 'Ben' O'Keeffe is acting for the owners of the church, and although an unwelcome face from her past makes her reluctant to get involved initially, when Conor's brother dies in strange circumstances shortly after coming to see her, she finds herself drawn in to the mystery. Whose is the skeleton in the crypt and how did it get there? Is Conor Devitt still alive, and if so is there a link? What happened on the morning of his wedding to make him disappear?

Negotiating between the official investigation, headed up by the handsome but surly Sergeant Tom Molloy, and obstructive locals with secrets of their own, Ben unravels layers of personal and political history to get to the truth of what happened six years before.
 










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