In 2004, Maura Murray went missing. Her car hit a snowbank in rural New Hampshire. When police arrived seven minutes later, her car was abandoned, with no footprints leading away from it. Maura Murray has never been heard from since — at least not publicly.
More than a murder mystery, this is a memoir. Stapinski is doing this for herself and her family first. Luckily for the reader, it’s an engaging adventure. Each time she uncovers a clue to the past, the reader is pulled further into the labyrinth.
28 of May 1847 H.M.S.hips Erebus and Terror Wintered in the Ice in Lat. 70°5’N Long. 98°.23’W Having wintered in 1846-7 at Beechey Island in Lat 74°43’28″N Long 91°39’15″W After having ascended Wellington Channel to Lat 77° and returned by the West side of Cornwallis Island. Sir John Franklin commanding the Expedition. All well.
Holmes fanatics rejoice! Finally there is a collection of stories that adequately celebrate, and imitate, the original. I will gladly grab my coat and trusty service revolver, and follow wherever Faye wishes to lead me.
Sarah Gale is a seamstress and convicted murderer awaiting execution in Newgate Prison. She was tried for assisting her boyfriend, James Greenacre, in the killing of another woman and has lost her case against the Crown. With only a few weeks until her sentence is carried out, Edmund Fleetwood, a barrister, is assigned to review…