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Sue Grossey '84 publishes second novel

Friday, 31 October 2014   (0 Comments)
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Sue Grossey '84 has just published her second novel, “The Man in the Canary Waistcoat”. The book is part of Sue's planned series of seven Sam Plank historical financial crime novels, taking him from 1824 to 1830 – a period of great change in policing in London.  


As Sue's first novel, “Fatal Forgery”, the second book “The Man in the Canary Waistcoat” once again features magistrates’ constable Sam Plank, hard at work in 1820s London. This time he suspects there may be a link between a suicide, an embezzler, an arsonist and a thief. No corner of Regency London is untouched by these crimes, as he travels from the mansions of St James’s back to his own childhood haunts among the dank alleyways of Wapping. As his steadfast wife becomes involved in his investigations, and with a keen young police officer now under his command, Sam finds himself leading them all into a confrontation with some ruthless and brutal adversaries – one of whom he had hoped never to see again.


“Fatal Forgery” and just-published “The Man in the Canary Waistcoat” are both now available in paperback and numerous e-formats (via Amazon, iBooks on iTunes, Smahwords and Kobo), and in a plain PDF format for other e-readers (via Gumroad).



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