The Oxmarket Aspal Murder Mystery

The Oxmarket Aspal Murder Mystery An old widow is brutally killed with a vicious blow to the back of her head Suspicion fell immediately on a local man Marcus Dye whose clothes revealed traces of the victim s blood and hair Yet someth

  • Title: The Oxmarket Aspal Murder Mystery
  • Author: Andrew Hixson
  • ISBN: 9781512138818
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • An old widow is brutally killed with a vicious blow to the back of her head Suspicion fell immediately on a local man Marcus Dye whose clothes revealed traces of the victim s blood and hair Yet something is amiss and the Suffolk Constabulary believe he is innocent and they ask John Handful to help save the man from a lifetime in prison.

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    1. I was very fortunate to receive a free copy of this book from ‘ First Reads’. Well, what can I say? I really warmed to John Handful. As a detective he is thoughtful, inquisitive and tenacious without being forceful. After Faith Roberts is killed and Marcus Dye is convicted of her murder the local plod DI Silver reconsiders the case and has cause to believe that Marcus was not, in fact, the killer. He asks John Handful to look into the situation to see if he can discover who the real murderer [...]

    2. A guy is condemned to a lifespan in jail yet something if off about him being the accused; even the Suffolk Constabulary trust that he is not guilty. Can John rescue this man from a life span in the penitentiary? Who was it that killed the old woman and with a brutal smashing to her head? It looked so obvious that it was Marcus Dye, after all he had on him smidgens of her blood and strands of her hair. This is the 2nd book I have read of Andrew Hixon and his story is laden with his creative mind [...]

    3. I enjoyed this book . It was an easy read and maybe a little slow paced. It was not ` unputdownable` but something to pick up and carry on reading at intervals. There were enough characters to make it interesting but not too many to be confusing. The rural English setting was perfect for the gentle pace of the story.

    4. i really enjoyed this story, it kept me engaged throughout. I am looking forward to reading other books in the series,

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