For the very first time the DI Frank Lyle's mystery series novels are all in one ebook, each edition has been revised. Thiscombined edition also includes a taster excerpt from he forthcoming DI Frank Lyle Mystery series novel Murder in the Wings
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As December 1993 dawns several of DI Lyle’s friends must face ghosts from their pasts.It’s the first anniversary of the bomb explosion so, along with his boyfriend, James, DS Thomas Fox goes to revisit the place where he almost died.It’s also a difficult time for Ashbeck District Coroner, Dr Barry Fox, as he faces the…
1982 - The rape & murder of a teenage girl obssesses DI Frank Lyle. He struggles to balance work with the demands of his embittered ex wife, Sarah, but is no nearer to solving the case. Then the wrong man is arrested and dies in custody.
1987 - The victim's father asks Lyle to reinvestigate. Then a second murder occurs. Working reluctantly with newly promoted DI Simon Ward, Lyle and his team revisit old ground, but when the killer is finally revealed will Lyle be able to deal with the shocking truth of his identity?
HEIR TO MISFORTUNE
Warning. this volumerefers to indecency against minors.
Why was Alex Carnegie, heir to a corporate fortune, living rough on the streets of Ashbeck when he was murdered? Rourine enquiries uncover a case of blackcmail and indecency, which is darker than Lyle expected. Two more murders challenge the status quo. Just what did Alex Carnegie know that could topple the pillars of Ashbeck society and what is one man prepared to kill to keep hidden?
And who is the traitor in the ranks at Ashbeck CID?
The murder of a curate at an ecumenical conference poses problems for DI Lyle and his team, especially since no one seems to have known the late Reverend Martin Hayes very well.
Assisted by Canon Thomas Rice, a former police officer with secrets of his own, DI Lyle's team begin to discover more about Hayes' troubled past.
But what connection is there between Hayes and a recently released prisoner with a hatred of the Church? Did aspects of Hayes' past contribute to his brutal demise? And will too much knowledge prove to be a dangerous thing?