Posted by Ognian Georgiev
The Scent of Murder by Felicity Young was published in February 2014 by HarperCollins, but the book continues to receive positive feedback year and a half after the release. “Good mystery with plenty of surprises”, “Fresh and absorbing”, “One of the best crime series,” are the comments by the readers. The novel stands with 4.9 Amazon stars and for sure will be a pleasure to read by the crime fiction fans.
We are happy to introduce you Felicity Young as our next special guest at Land of Books.
– Felicity, what is your book The Scent of Murder about?
– This is the blurb on the back of the book: To Doctor Dody McCleland, the unearthing of an ancient skeleton in a dry riverbed is a welcome break from the monotony of chaperoning her younger sister at the country house of her beau’s family. But when she begins her analysis of the bones Britain’s first female autopsy surgeon discovers they are not as old as assumed; furthermore they are the result of a murder. With Chief Inspector Matthew Pike’s help Dody investigates the mysterious death in the isolated hamlet of Piltdown. Soon she finds herself pitted against ugly traditionalism, exploitation, spectral dogs, a ghostly hunt and a series of events that not only threaten her belief in scientific rationalism, they threaten her life itself.
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