London, 1941 The City Is At War But The Threat Is Not Only From The Luftwaffe The Local Milkman Is Missing, And Eve Duncan Has Been Enlisted By The Understaffed Police To Help Solve The Mystery When His Body Turns Up At A Bomb Site, It Becomes Clear That His Death Was Not An Accidental Casualty Of War But A Brutal Murder When Killings Occur In The Same Area, It Becomes Clear To Eve These Seemingly Random Attacks Must Be Connected As The Death Toll Mounts, And With The Community In Uproar, Eve Must Solve The Case Before It Is Too Late How Are The Deaths Connected And Why Is This Quiet London Suburb Being Targeted With War Raging Across The Continent Who Would Want To Commit A Murder Close To Home A Murder Close To Home Is A Gripping Murder Mystery Set During Wartime London It Is A Follow Up To The Best Selling A Murder Of No Account It Is Perfect For Fans Of Philip Kerr And Alan Furst A Real Page Tuner, Which Captures The Atmosphere Of WWII London Perfectly Robert Foster, Best Selling Author Of The Lunar Code Julia Underwood Is The Best Selling Author Of War S Last Dance And A Murder Of No Account Endeavour Press Is The UK S Leading Independent Publisher Of Digital Books.
The daughter of an itinerant army intelligence officer, I studied Physiology at University and did Medical Research before starting a family As well as living with my parents in Germany and Austria I have travelled widely, living in Jamaica for two years and France for six I have run a pub, two restaurants and for many years I had a soft furnishing business.At school I took liberties with the classics to adapt into plays for my classmates More recently my work has been published in The Lady, Cat magazine and craft publications I ve won several local short story competitions and was a runner up in the national Wrekin Writers competition in 2010 and 2011 and shortlisted in a Writing Magazine competition in 2011 and runner up in their children s poetry competition this year I was second as well as a runner up in a Flash fiction competition last year I like to try a bit of everything
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