The Buried and the Lost

The Buried and the Lost

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London, 1869. The life of a Scotland Yard Inspector comes with the small print of late nights, early mornings, too much booze and not nearly enough money. Benjamin Michaelson has never known any other. But when he is called to investigate a multiple murder at Nunhead Cemetery, three young urchins found shivering at the scene are summarily thrust into Michaelson's life. As the suspect continues to elude him, and his past and present inexorably collide, Michaelson is forced to examine his career and his life... and whether a hypnotic young girl from the cemetery has a place in more

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  • Paperback | 462 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 29.46mm | 585.13g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514642638
  • 9781514642634

About Audrina Paisley

Audrina was born in California to British parents. She spent much of her childhood travelling in the USA, South East Asia and the Middle East before returning to the UK at the age of 18 to attend university. A martyr to the constant desire for change that comes from global nomadism, she has tried her hand at a variety of careers; including hospitality, radio, administration and holistic therapies, but writing is where her heart is. She currently lives in a small town in Oxfordshire with her husband, son and copious cats, and continues to dabble in this that and the other. One summer morning, she woke up after a bleak, autumnal dream sequence which took place in a Victorian graveyard...and The Buried and The Lost was more

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