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Blind Pool

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In 1923, flushed with the success of their last sleuthing escapade, Major Alasdair Charters, a blind WWI veteran and former intelligence officer, and his aristocrat wife The Honourable Melissa, accept an invitation to a country house party on the Somerset Levels in winter.

Description

In 1923, flushed with the success of their last sleuthing escapade, Major Alasdair Charters, a blind WWI veteran and former intelligence officer, and his aristocrat wife The Honourable Melissa, accept an invitation to a country house party on the Somerset Levels in winter.

There they find a dysfunctional family living in a huge old house on a hill. Overnight, a storm brings with it the floodwaters, and the house becomes surrounded and cut off from rescue just as a murderer begins to stalk the residents.

An exciting murder mystery in the Golden Age tradition. Will our sleuths discover hidden secrets and unmask the murderer before anyone else is killed?

Additional information

Dimensions13 × 19 cm

The Author

Vicki lives in Poole, Dorset with her blind physiotherapist husband. She has a lifelong fascination with the Art Deco period and with books of the Golden Age of Crime. This led her to envisage a series featuring a blind detective set in the 1920s. Blind Pool is the second in the series. Before she retired she worked as a librarian for the RNIB and for Bournemouth and Poole Public Libraries. Whilst her children were young she taught yoga during school hours. She is now busy writing and assisting her husband and son in the running of their physiotherapy practice. She is a co-pioneer for a reading charity, Read Easy Bournemouth, and volunteers at The Russell Cotes Museum in Bournemouth.

She is currently writing book three in the series, Blind Haven, set in Bournemouth.

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