Inspector Morse: Dead Man’s Walk – a fictional novel set in 1971, Morse is confronted by two deaths along Dead Man’s Walk which he feels are connected

£10.00

In stock

Dean Man’s Walk by Antony James

This new novel featuring Endeavour Morse, produced in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society to help fund the Dexter Memorial, is an unofficial fan-based story that follows closely in the grand tradition of Colin Dexter’s original creation.

Set in 1971, Detective Sergeant Morse is confronted by two deaths along Dead Man’s Walk. He feels that they are connected to the Oxford Martyrs of the 1550s.

There are clues and red-herrings aplenty as Morse uses his detective skills to be metaphorically furlongs ahead of the field, albeit on the wrong racecourse.

For Morse there is romance, an unpleasant academic with which to contend, beer in copious quantities, opera, a crossword-type clue, and even an appearance by a boy named Dexter, but above all there is a murder mystery puzzle, set against the backdrop of 1970s Oxford, which only he can solve.

Recommended for all those who love Oxford and lament the passing of Inspector Morse in book form.

Format: Paperback
Content: 306 pages
Size: 148mm x 210mm

Published by Baker Street Studios / Irregular Special Press

In stock

SKU: BSS.DMW Categories: ,

    Description

    Dean Man’s Walk by Antony James

    This new novel featuring Endeavour Morse, produced in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society to help fund the Dexter Memorial, is an unofficial fan-based story that follows closely in the grand tradition of Colin Dexter’s original creation.

    Set in 1971, Detective Sergeant Morse is confronted by two deaths along Dead Man’s Walk. He feels that they are connected to the Oxford Martyrs of the 1550s.

    There are clues and red-herrings aplenty as Morse uses his detective skills to be metaphorically furlongs ahead of the field, albeit on the wrong racecourse.

    For Morse, there is romance, an unpleasant academic with which to contend, beer in copious quantities, opera, a crossword-type clue, and even an appearance by a boy named Dexter, but above all, there is a murder mystery puzzle, set against the backdrop of 1970s Oxford, which only he can solve.

    Recommended for all those who love Oxford and lament the passing of Inspector Morse in book form.

    Format: Paperback
    Content: 306 pages
    Size: 148mm x 210mm

    Published by Baker Street Studios / Irregular Special Press

    Additional information

    Dimensions 13 × 13 cm
    Publisher

    Area

    Format

    Title

    Go to Top