From the bestselling author of Murder at Rutherford Hall, Murder at Ravenrock and The Riverton Case, comes the fourth book in the Rachel Markham Mystery Series.
The Santinelli Case
A Rachel Markham MysteryBook Four - In the Mystery Series
Set in the exciting world of post-war Paris, in the winter of 1947, Rachel and Jeremy are called upon to investigate the sensational murder of Countess Santinelli in a Montmartre art studio. Their quest to uncover the truth leads them from the charming avant-garde streets of fashionable Paris and the gilded rooms of the Ritz and Maxim's to the dingy by lanes of Montmartre - a place that offers refuge to exiles from fascist Europe, artists, revolutionaries, musicians, heroes of the resistance, et al.As Rachel and Jeremy dig deeper, they stumble upon an underground black market, which not only thrives but churns out coveted masterpieces of dubious origin. In a bid to solve the case, Rachel must come face to face with her own fears and help Jeremy and the Sûreté track down a devious killer within the city's big beating heart, where extreme wealth and poverty collide setting the stage for a mesmerising tale of mystery.
Set in 1947, Paris, The Santinelli Case is an intriguing sequel to PB Kolleri's first three books, 'Murder at Rutherford Hall', 'Murder at Ravenrock' and 'The Riverton Case'.
Star Reviews for 'Murder at Rutherford Hall', 'Murder at Ravenrock' and 'The Riverton Case', on Amazon.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love the Rachel Markham series, April 24, 2014 By Doreen Farley
I love mysteries post world war 2! I enjoyed the character of Rachel Markham very much.
A delightful and cozy read.Good enough to entertain a Christie fan!, April 23, 2013 By Walter BurgessLots of good characters and entertaining plot.
Truly a who done it with a surprise at the end and fun to boot!5.0 out of 5 stars A Cozy And Fun Read, February 19, 2013 By L.I. LINDA (LI NY)
This book reads like a P.B.S. television mystery series. I am an Anglophile and enjoyed every page. I highly recommend it to lovers of all things British.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!, August 20, 2013 By Jessica StrongThis is such a well written story. It truly is a wonderful book and I am sure that it is more than comparable to Agatha Christie. The time period is well researched and is informative of the time just after the war in England. I look forward to the next in the series.
5.0 out of 5 stars A respectable companion to Agatha Christie mysteries, September 25, 2013 By JacquiI have discovered this author only recently, and have now read two books in the Rachel Markham series. I am really enjoying the plots, the characterisation and the elegance of the era in which it is set. The plots are well constructed, the characters plausible and the skilful unfolding of clues and style are reminiscent of the best of the Christie novels. Rachel Markham and her husband make interesting sleuths -intelligent, ethical and methodical. I hope Kolleri will publish more of these novels.
Fantastic and well written, 19 Jan 2013 -By Forensic 321 (Amazon UK)- This is one of the better murder mysteries I have read in a while. I thoroughly enjoyed the picturesque narration.
About the Author
P.B.Kolleri is the author of the Rachel Markham Mystery Series, which is a series of entertaining whodunits set in 1940's - 1950's England.
A NOTE TO ALL READERS
Book Seven in the Rachel Markham Series - 'The Oracle of Death', is now also available to readers exclusively on Amazon.
The 7 book titles in the series so far are;
Book 1: Murder at Rutherford Hall, (Published on 10th Jan 2013)
Book 2: Murder at Ravenrock, (Published on 10th July 2013)
Book 3: The Riverton Case (Published on 24th October 2013)
Book 4: The Santinelli Case (Published on 10th June 2014)
Book 5: The Marbury Murders (Published on 14th April 2015)
Book 6: Death at Fernside (Published on 23rd March 2016)
Book 7: The Oracle of Death (Published on 3rd April 2017)
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