CHRIS BROOKES

PAGE TURNING FICTION

England, 1917.

When a well-known judge is found dead in a police cell and a sinister discovery is made on the 1.40pm train into London weeks later, court missionary Robert Elliott and surgeon Tom Sharpe are plunged into a dangerous mystery of wartime espionage and corruption.

As Elliott offers to help secure the future of the judge’s son and housekeeper Elsie Sowerby, little does he realise how his actions will lead to revealing a deception that stretches to the top of the British intelligence service.

Entanglement of Deceit

Can the secret ‘arrangement’ running behind the closed doors of department MO5 survive? Or will Elsie’s awakening love for an old friend, and a set of watercolour paintings, bring it all crumbling down?

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Excellent, intelligent and absorbing thriller.  Highly recommended.

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The third book in the series and they just keep getting better and better.

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A captivating wartime story of deception, obsessive love and dangerous alliances.

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England, 1917.

When a well-known judge is found dead in a police cell and a sinister discovery is made on the 1.40pm train into London weeks later, court missionary Robert Elliott and surgeon Tom Sharpe are plunged into a dangerous mystery of wartime espionage and corruption.

Pitting their wits against a noble family twisted by vengeance and malice, Elliott and Sharpe may have found the key to the mystery when they discover a notorious book in the Hall's ancient library.

Entanglement of Deceit

As Elliott offers to help secure the future of the judge’s son and housekeeper Elsie Sowerby, little does he realise how his actions will lead to revealing a deception that stretches to the top of the British intelligence service.

Can the secret ‘arrangement’ running behind the closed doors of department MO5 survive? Or will Elsie’s awakening love for an old friend, and a set of watercolour paintings, bring it all crumbling down?