The Murder at Mansfield Manor

The Murder at Mansfield Manor A deadly Assassin A priceless family heirloom And Inspector Ambrose is alone Inspector Ambrose is the guest of honour at a charity auction but in the grounds of Mansfield Manor the Assassin s Guild

  • Title: The Murder at Mansfield Manor
  • Author: I.H. Laking
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A deadly Assassin A priceless family heirloom And Inspector Ambrose is alone.Inspector Ambrose is the guest of honour at a charity auction, but in the grounds of Mansfield Manor, the Assassin s Guild is hard at work Soon, Ambrose is investigating a foul crime that appears to be the work of one of the guests at Mansfield Manor With snow closing communication off, the kiA deadly Assassin A priceless family heirloom And Inspector Ambrose is alone.Inspector Ambrose is the guest of honour at a charity auction, but in the grounds of Mansfield Manor, the Assassin s Guild is hard at work Soon, Ambrose is investigating a foul crime that appears to be the work of one of the guests at Mansfield Manor With snow closing communication off, the killer must be found before they can escape, or worse yet, kill again.Will Ambrose solve this chilling crime

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    About “I.H. Laking

    • I.H. Laking

      I.H Laking is a Kiwi author who lives in Melbourne, where he writes steampunk fantasy stories for young adults, including the Inspector Ambrose mystery series Ian is passionate about inspiring youth writers to take their first steps into the wider world of literature.I.H Laking draws inspiration for his writing from music, games, and literature his influences include C S Lewis, Philip Pullman, the Final Fantasy series, and the music of Coldplay, Falling Up, and Lorde He is currently working on the sequel to his Inspector Ambrose series, as well as the upcoming Victorian Speculative Writers Festival.

    860 thoughts on “The Murder at Mansfield Manor

    • This is my favorite Inspector Ambrose story so far. Despite having an inkling of who the killer was well before the reveal, I enjoyed every page of this story. I really like Ambrose and it was a lot of fun to watch him flounder a bit without Percy close by and realize just how much Percy contributes to solving their cases. This story was particularly well-written. I can only find one tiny fault with it and that is for some reason whenever "brought" was used in the story it was spelled "bought" O [...]


    • More complex than the first 2 stories and made for a better mystery although I knew who the murderer was early on. It lost a star as it was just a little less magical or fantasty-like than the first 2. There were also a couple of points that confused me - why did Ambrose and company become "stuck" during the final sword fight? And the was something about Zhan during the same battle pulling something out of his hand? Or did I miss something!


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