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  • Brilliant title, suits the story

    David Kilner's latest novel, Death in the Crypt, is his third book featuring Detective Sergeant Skyla Merrick in a mystery that has members of her family at the centre of the action. The author writes in his usual style where anything can happen and always does. This time, Skyla can't use her police credentials because she is out of her jurisdiction. She overcomes that by joining her partner's private detective agency. The murder takes place in the Crypt of an old church with uncertain ownership. Hettie, Skyla's sister, is accused of the murder but is in hospital in an induced coma suffering from a life-threatening illness. The murderer needs to eliminate the Merrick sisters because they stand between him and a long lost treasure. No one, including Skyla, has a clue to his identity, and he attempts to kill Skyla on several occasions. The author has meticulously researched inheritance law and ancient texts to fill out his plot and make it authentic. His writing in this area shows authority and confidence. I loved the interaction between Skyla and Tom Ludlow, their love and respect for each other shows through. I recommend Death in the Crypt as an enjoyable way to learn about the Adelaide Hills by following Skyla's journey as she chases down the killer in her unorthodox way.

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