Sussex Murder
Ian Sansom, Read by Mike Grady

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Narrated By: Mike Grady

Duration: 7 hours and 27 minutes

What to expect

From Beachy Head to Brighton, and from Chichester to Rye, Flaming Sussex sees our intrepid trio plunge once again into the dark heart of England

‘Beautifully crafted by Sansom, Professor Morley promises to become a little gem of English crime writing; sample him now’ Daily Mail

At about four o’clock on 5th November 1937, Miss Lizzie Walter, a teacher at the King’s Road Primary School in Lewes, said goodbye to her young pupils. The children clattered out into the dark streets, preparing for that night’s revelries – and Miss Lizzie Walter was never seen alive again.

Hitler, Mussolini and Pope Paul V are on fire. Fireworks explode and flaming tar barrels are being dragged through the streets. Bonfire Night in Lewes is the closest England comes to Mardis Gras. In their fifth adventure, Morley, Miriam and Sefton find themselves caught up in the celebrations and the chaos.

On the morning after the night before, Sefton goes for a swim in Pells Pool, the oldest freshwater lido in England – in the very centre of Lewes – where he discovers a woman’s body. She has drowned. Is it a misadventure or could it be … murder?

Join Morley, Miriam and Sefton on another journey into the dark heart of England.

Genre

Modern & contemporary fiction, Crime & mystery fiction

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Praise for Death in Devon:

‘Much recommended for a frolicsome read’ Country Life Magazine

‘The magnificent Morley is very good company, and Sansom has a lovely way with a mind-bending puzzle … superbly entertaining’ The Times

‘The team first appeared in The Norfolk Mystery and it is largely a pleasure to encounter them again … Cheerily old-fashioned’ Times Literary Supplement

Praise for ‘The Norfolk Mystery’:

‘A delightful, idiosyncratic mystery … Professor Morley promises to become a little gem of English crime writing; sample him now’ Daily Mail

‘A brilliant first outing that leaves you looking forward to the next maniacal mystery tour’ Evening Standard