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The Corpse in the Cellar: A 1930s Murder Mystery

by Kel Richards

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Fun but even an idiot like me will be able to solve it from the first. Like the second book in this series there is just too much theological debate. I found myself skipping pages to avoid it and I just don't think that it adds anything to the story or characters in fact is makes C.S. Lewis appear a bit of a superior bore. This could be a fun series but I would have to think carefully before reading any more of this series. ( )
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A fun, new detective novel by Kel Richards where the sleuth is C.S. Lewis, the beloved author of The Chronicles of Narnia. C. S. Lewis (known to all his friends as Jack), his brother Major Warren Lewis (known as Warnie ) and one of Jack's students, Tom Morris, are on holiday in the English countryside.When they go to the bank they unwittingly enter a crime scene a murder has just been committed in the vault. The three out of towners become suspects and must conduct their own investigation to clear their names. C. S. Lewis eventually solves the seemingly impossible crime by applying his razor sharp mind to the subtle clues. A tale that twists and turns in the tradition of the golden age of English murder mysteries like Agatha Christie and Midsommer Murders. Add Kel's trademark humour and it's an entertaining baffler!… (more)

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