The Case Of The Stained Glass Widow



The Case Of The Stained Glass WidowA 10,000 Word Short Story Introducing DCI Robert Jericho, Who Will Be Appearing Soon In A Major New Crime Series From Blasted Heath.The CrimeA Man Is Found Brutally Murdered In The Chapter House Of Historic Wells Cathedral, The Only Clue To His Death The Knife Left Buried In His Neck.The DetectiveHaving Fled London Several Years Earlier In An Attempt To Escape Public Recognition And The Notion That He Is Some Kind Of Modern Day Sherlock Holmes, The Last Thing The Depressive DCI Jericho Needs On His Patch Is A Murder.The WidowThe Victim S Widow Was In Australia At The Time Of His Death Yet, Despite The Fact That She Was Interviewed By The Police In Sydney Within Twelve Hours Of The Murder Taking Place, Jericho Remains Unconvinced Of Her Innocence.When The Small City Of Wells Sees Its Second Murder Within A Week, Jericho Becomes Entangled In The World Of A Widow Who Seems Anything But Upset By Her Husband S Violent Demise.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 41 pages
  • The Case Of The Stained Glass Widow
  • Douglas Lindsay
  • English
  • 06 November 2018

10 thoughts on “The Case Of The Stained Glass Widow

  1. Dave says:

    Total rubbish If this is a comedy, did not make me laugh If it is supposed to be taken seriously, I could not do so I wasted 40 minutes of my life on this but thankfully, a friend sent me the book so it was free which by the way was too expensive No by Douglas Lindsay for me.

  2. Betsy says:

    Dreadful short novel with two detectives who are either arrogant or just irritating Glad I did not waste much time or money on it.

  3. Martin Cooper says:

    A quirky and amusing tale of murder solved by DCI Jericho, this short story comes to a rather odd ending but nevertheless an ending which was worth the read.

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