Troubador Three Albert Terrace

Released: 28/08/2022

ISBN: 9781803132556

eISBN: 9781803139364

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Three Albert Terrace

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A murder, (then another)
a love affair, (then another)
lies, deception, (viewings) and
Mme Bovary.

Hanna, a small-town estate agent, is faced with a moral dilemma. To help a friend and colleague, she tells a lie, claiming to keep an appointment at Three Albert Terrace that never took place. She finds herself drawn into a criminal investigation when a woman’s body is found in the empty property. She has to decide whether to continue to protect her friend Adele, or tell the police all she knows. Or maybe try to uncover the truth for herself…

2022 COMING SOON: NEW CRIME THRILLER THREE ALBERT TERRACE
Hannah, A young estate agent is faced with a moral dilemma when she lies to cover for a colleague, claiming she kept an appointment that never took place. When a body is found in the empty property, she is drawn into a criminal investigation. Should she continue to protect her friend? tell the police all she knows? or try to uncover the truth for herself!

JULY 2021 ' I USED TO LIVE HERE ONCE' WON SECOND PRIZE IN PRESTIGIOUS CHIPPING NORTON LITERARY FESTIVAL SHORT STORY COMPETITION. Published on chiplitfest.com
A tense, absorbing and unsettling story, expertly melding the ordinary and the eerie ...
( Isobel Dixon. Literary Agent, Blake Friedmann)

Has contributed short stories to several collections , most recently TALES FROM THE BOOSHOP (2017) and TALES FROM AN OXFORD CAFE (2021)

https://www.msclary.co.uk

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M. S. Clary

Born in London. Studied Social Sciences at Manchester College Oxford, and LSE. Has worked in the BBC, Social Services and developed own fashion business.

Has won several prizes for short fiction and her first novel A SPELL IN FRANCE (a psychological thriller) was published by Matador in 2017.

She is married with two sons. Lives in Oxfordshire.

www.msclary.co.uk


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