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Murder in Deep Regret by Anne Cleeland

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Also by Anne Cleeland:

Murder in Deep Regret, March 2020
Paperback
Murder in the Blood, September 2019
e-Book
A Death in Sheffield, June 2019
e-Book
Murder in Just Cause, March 2019
Paperback
Murder in Spite, September 2018
Paperback
The True Pretender, June 2018
e-Book
Murder in Misdirection, March 2018
e-Book
Murder in Shadow, September 2017
e-Book
The Barbary Mark, June 2017
e-Book
Murder in All Honour, March 2017
Paperback
Murder in Containment, September 2016
Paperback
The Bengal Bridegift, June 2016
e-Book
Murder in Hindsight, April 2015
Hardcover
Murder In Retribution, August 2014
Hardcover
Daughter Of The God-King, December 2013
Paperback
Murder In Thrall, August 2013
Hardcover
Tainted Angel, June 2013
Paperback

Murder in Deep Regret
Anne Cleeland

Doyle & Acton #11
Self-Published
March 2020
On Sale: March 1, 2020
Featuring: Chief Inspector Acton; Kathleen Doyle
261 pages
ISBN: 1734431601
EAN: 9781734431605
Kindle: B085DSGC7N
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Mystery

A shocking death at St. Michael's Church pitches Detective Sergeant Kathleen Doyle into a confusing case--one where the motive for the crime is not at all clear, and only becomes less so as the investigation unearths a massive criminal enterprise.

Why was the murder of such a famous man necessary? And why does Doyle have the sense that the killer had to steel himself to commit the crime?

Once again, Doyle has to keep a wary eye on her husband, Chief Inspector Acton, as she ponders these strange events; Acton may protest his innocence but she knows--in the way she knows things--that he's harboring a secret, which does not bode well for her peace of mind. . .

Doyle & Acton Mystery

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