An Invitation to Die By Barbara Cleverly

Cambridge post-WWI, and an unidentified man is found strangled in a graveyard by Detective Inspector John Redfyre of Cambridge CID. Dressed in a military great coat, with an unusual invitation from the “Amici Apicii” found in the pocket. DI Redfyre investigates to determine the motive and the identity of the killer. Is there a connection …

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Remembering the Dead by Elizabeth J. Duncan

In 1917 a bardic chair was posthumous awarded to the winning poet of the National Eisteddfod of Wales. The winner's chair was draped in a black, became known at the Black Chair.  Remembering the Dead opens with Penny Brannigan hearing the story of the chair, which is now a national treasure. When the chair goes …

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