When the fiancee of the Vicar of St Samson's is brutally murdered there is certainly no shortage of suspects: including the vicar's distracted wife, her saturnine student son, and at least one spinster of the parish who everyone agrees would die for the vicar - but would she kill for him.
'The opening, in the classical mode, is excellent: and, after an absorbing investigation, we arrive at a highly surprising denouement' Evening Standard 'Literate and comfortable, well plotted and well observed' The Tablet 'David Williams has, highly readably, established Cardiff as a hotbed of poisonous gossip' The Scotsman
A Terminal Case by David Williams
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