On Stony Ground (Alex Ripley 3)

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A THRILLING, MELODICALLY CREEPY MYSTERY.
Samantha Jaynes took her life in the cold lake. Now Rosie Trimble has done the same. Both claimed they had seen an angel. And they’re not the only ones.
A spate of teenage suicides rattles the rural community of Kirkdale, in England’s Lake District. Before they died, each of the girls talked about seeing an angel. Is this collective hallucination, or is something more sinister leading these young girls to their deaths? That’s a question for Dr Alex Ripley, the so-called Miracle Detective.
Brought in to help the police, she finds a community rooted in fear and suspicion, bound by their strange faith, unwilling to help, unable to forgive.
Because the people of Kirkdale have buried their dark past once, and they’re not about to let Ripley dig it up again.

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Description

A DARK AND CHILLING MYSTERY THRILLER.

A spate of brutal killings in the Lake District town of Penrith sees Dr Alex Ripley – the Miracle Detective – reunited with friend and Forensic Investigator Emma Drysdale to face a killer with a very sinister message.Once again, Ripley is called in to help the police when they discover that all of the victims all have some kind of religious connection. What Ripley discovers is that the killer’s message is far more personal than any of them thought. But what do these lost gospels, doom paintings, gods and demons have to do with the murders of three innocent people? And why is Ripley so important to the killer?

On Stony Ground is the third Alex Ripley Mystery.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
ISBN

9781913331061

Author

Coleman, M Sean

Publisher

Red Dog

Binding

Paperback

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