The Crime of the Crimea

Just found this.  Not sure if it’s going to be entirely posted online, or if it’s an ebook in the making or what.  But I spotted the Shakespeare references and grabbed it 🙂  Maybe the author will spot the link and chime in.  I notice that happens sometimes ;).   The Crime of the Crimea — A Swann and Parker Novel In 1882, on the stage of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon the much loved actor, Henry Donaldson, is brutally murdered. But is there more than murder afoot? Enter Detective Inspector Herbert Merriman Swann, an ex-cavalry officer and New York cop, and his trusty number two, Detective Sergeant John Parker, a young policeman with a bent for science, who, like Swann is also a fine marksman. Just a handful of years earlier, in 1879, Swann and Parker had been responsible for creating the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at Scotland Yard; so what were they doing in the relatively quiet backwater of Stratford-upon-Avon? Quiet that is until the murder of Donaldson opens up a stinking, squirming, can of worms.  

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