Mud, Muck and Dead Things by Ann Granger Book Summary
The first thrilling instalment of the Campbell and Carter mysteries.
When the body of a young woman is discovered in the cowshed of Cricket Farm, the tranquility of the British countryside is shattered. Inspector Jess Campbell is on the case, but with few leads, a grumbling partner, and the new superintendent Ian Carter piling on the pressure, she’s beginning to wonder why she chose to be a detective in the first place.
The shifty land-owner Eli Smith seems to have something to hide, and as Campbell delves into the gruesome past of the dilapidated farm, the mystery deepens. A flashy Mercedes spotted fleeing the scene of the crime leads to a suspect, but when another body turns up, it looks as though Campbell’s lead is nothing but a dead end…
Book one in the Campbell and Carter Mysteries, Mud, Muck and Dead Things will thrill fans of M. C. Beaton, Joy Ellis and the Midsomer Murders.
Praise for Ann Granger
'Characterisation, as ever with Granger, is sharp and astringent' The Times
'The story just gets more complex, mysterious and chilling' Good Book Guide
'For once a murder novel which displays a gentle touch and a dash of wit' Northern Echo
'A clever and lively book' Margaret York