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Julie Wassmer, Lisa Cutts and William Shaw - at Waterstones Canterbury

Julie Wassmer, Lisa Cutts and William Shaw - at Waterstones Canterbury

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Murder at Mount Ephraim is the ninth book in Julie Wassmer's popular crime series - now a major Acorn TV drama

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Julie Wassmer

Murder at Mount Ephraim is the latest (9th) book in former TV writer Julie Wassmer's popular crime series - now a major Acorn TV drama, Whitstable Pearl, starring Kerry Godliman as private detective and restaurateur, Pearl Nolan.

“Pearl receives a wedding invitation from an old school friend, which includes a pre-nuptial stay at the venue - the historic Kent manor house of Mount Ephraim. Nestled in an 800-acre estate, and surrounded by beautiful gardens and a lake, Pearl sees this as a chance to leave crime behind, along with her detective agency and her restaurant, The Whitstable Pearl, but it also gives her time to reflect on her engagement to Canterbury CID’s DCI Mike McGuire. When murder strikes, Pearl and McGuire are thrown together once more - as partners in crime…”

'While Oxford had Morse, Whitstable, famous for its oysters, has Pearl' Daily Mail

Lisa Cutts

Lisa Cutts retired after twenty-five years with Kent police, having spent most of that time investigating murders for a living. She has written nine crime fiction novels, Murder at the Gardens being the third in the Belinda Penshurst Cozy Mysteries set in Kent and will be published in April 2022.

Lisa is the author of the DC Nina Foster books, Never Forget and Remember, Remember. Never Forgot was longlisted for the Waverton Good Read Award 2013 and the winner of the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award 2014 for Best Thriller. She has written four books in the East Rise Incident Room series, Mercy Killing, Buried Secrets, Lost Lives and Don’t Trust Him.

She also writes a monthly column, Behind the Tape, for Writing Magazine answering police procedural questions from other writers.

As well as being on BBC Radio 4’s Open Book, Lisa has twice appeared on This Morning to chat about TV crime dramas Broadchurch and Line of Duty.

https://www.bookouture.com/bookouture-author/lisa-cutts/

William Shaw

William Shaw’s The Trawlerman is the fourth in his Dungeness-set series featuring DS Alexandra Cupidi. The Daily Mail called it, ‘a terrifically atmospheric thriller’.

He’s been twice long listed for the Theakston’s Crime Writing Prize and shortlisted twice for the Crime Writers Association Daggers and for the Barry Award. In May 2022 he’ll be publishing a new thriller under the name GW Shaw: Dead Rich has been optioned by BBC Studios.

http://williamshaw.com/

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