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Reviewed by Natalie Soine for Readers' Favorite
Death of a Well-Travelled Man by A. K. Lakelett is a gripping mystery murder novel set in Faukon Abbey. Detective Constable Terry Ford, Detective Inspector Peter Greene, and Constable Bertie Lawson are drawn into a web of intrigue. The case involves the disappearance of night porter Ryan Bolan who is reported missing by his girlfriend, Ingela Marsh. Simultaneously, cyclist Lucas Hart is injured in a hit-and-run accident, and widow Marion Rivers is found dead in her bathtub by her son. Jimmy Carter, a reporter for The Abbey Chronicle, joins the investigation, unearthing many unsettling secrets. As the plot deepens, Ryan is discovered dead in a ditch, igniting a series of shocking revelations. With careful research, Jimmy unveils a trail of abuse, sting operations, and financial intrigue involving many of the local residents. The narrative skillfully weaves together these disparate threads, leading to surprising arrests for murder.
A poignant exploration of the consequences of trauma and deceit, Death of a Well-Travelled Man keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the final, shocking revelation. The characters' lives intertwine, exposing dark pasts and hidden motives. What sets this novel apart is the compelling character development and the intricate web of relationships that are expertly unraveled. Author A. K. Lakelett keeps readers guessing until the very end. Death of a Well-Travelled Man is a thought-provoking exploration of human nature, filled with unexpected twists and turns that will leave readers craving more. A must-read for fans of complex mysteries and intricate storytelling.