"I finished Murder in the Lady Chapel feeling I had been thoroughly entertained, completely absorbed, sometimes rather duped and manipulated, and, ultimately, determined to get to the other books in the Hannah Weybridge series just as soon as I can. What a satisfying read!" Linda Hill, award-winning book blogger and reviewer.
Murder in the Lady Chapel is the sixth in the Hannah Weybridge crime thriller series set in 1990s London.
“All that is now hidden will some day come to light. If you have ears, listen! And be sure to put into practice what you hear.” Mark 4, verse 22
A chorister is found dying in the Lady Chapel when the Reverend Peter Savage is about to begin morning prayers. It’s a suspicious death and no one seems to know much about the victim. The vicar implores Hannah Weybridge to find out what she can. Little did the journalist know that this investigation would have her joining the choir in preparation for the Christmas services or that her daughter, Elizabeth, would be so enchanted by the church.
Hannah soon discovers that the deceased, Daniel Lyons, seems to be a man without a history and that’s suspicious in itself. Apparently, an insurance fraud investigator, he leaves no records: even his landlady knows little about him. But, as Hannah discovers, someone does know him – and he was definitely not who he seemed to be… And while she investigates, someone is trying to intimidate Hannah in a series of seemingly unconnected ways. The past as well as the present haunts her. Will she be able to solve the mystery before Christmas is ruined?
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