The Cedar Face

 When Keith Wilson, an art teacher at Grasmere Academy is murdered DI Elizabeth Jewell expects to lead the investigation. Within hours, her new boss DCI Liam Yeats takes over and excludes both her and Sergeant Patterson without giving a valid reason. However, Yeats’s policy is short lived when he realises alienating Jewell and her team is counterproductive.

Jacob Morven, a Canadian citizen from a remote area of North-Western British Columbia becomes Yeats’s prime suspect. Although the evidence against him points to his guilt, DI Jewell has doubts. Keith Wilson, the victim, had boasted of a change in his fortune, implying he was about to receive a substantial amount of money. With this in mind, Jewell looks further afield for other suspects. As the mystery deepens, Jewell and Patterson look back almost three hundred years to the origins of a lost artefact.

Amidst escalating dissent at Park Road HQ, Elizabeth tackles yet another problem. Where is their previous boss, DCS Daly? And is his unexpected disappearance connected to the current situation?

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About Carole Pitt

Carole Pitt has worked in the fashion business for many years. As a designer, a manufacturer and also in sales promotion.
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