Death and the Chevalier

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November, 1745.  Preston, Lancashire.  Rumours abound that Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, has landed in Scotland, intent on marching south to claim the English throne.  Meanwhile, a headless body is discovered in an icy pond. Titus Cragg thinks he has a lead when a head is eventually found, only to discover that it belongs to a different body.

Could there be a connection to the approaching rebel army? Or is someone using the Highlanders’ invasion as a cover-up for murder?

As simmering tensions, conflicting loyalties and open hostilities split the town, Cragg finds himself arrested for murder. In order to clear his name and escape execution by firing squad, Titus must team up with his old friend, Dr Luke Fidelis, to expose the real killer.


Death and the Chevalier (ISBN: 978 0 7278 8920 1) is published by Severn House on 31 December 2019 in the UK and on 1 April 2020 in the USA.


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