The Coffin Trail - Martin Edwards Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749082917 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Martin Edwards / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2005-10-31 by Allison & ... more
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This review is of the book "The Coffin Trail" by Martin Edwards. The book is the first in the author's series of Lake District detective thrillers, following his success in Liverpool detective novels in the 1990s. The basic plot of the book is that an historian from Oxford, Daniel Kind, and his wife move away to the Lakes after buying a rural cottage which is in desperate need of repair. Unfortunately crime soon catches up with them as an old occupant of the house and childhood friend of Daniel has a questionable past following a murder he was alleged to have commited. A girl had died many years before, and a man called Barrie Gilpin was ... Read the complete review
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