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Fatal Finds in Nuala (The Inspector de Silva Mysteries #4)

Fatal Finds in Nuala (The Inspector de Silva Mysteries #4)

Author(s): Harriet Steel

Location(s): Sri Lanka

Genre(s): Fiction, Crime, Mystery

Era(s): 1930s

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In this fourth instalment of the Inspector de Silva mysteries, it is monsoon season in the Hill Country. One stormy night, a ghostly encounter on a lonely road leads de Silva into a case of murder, and a mystery that stretches back to Ceylon’s distant past. To uncover the truth, he will have to face death and his inner demons.
Fatal Finds in Nuala is another absorbing and colourful mystery in this series that vividly portrays Sri Lanka’s Colonial past.

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Author: tripfiction

“..when the frogs croak more loudly than usual, you could be sure of rain” Fatal Finds in Nuala is no.4 in the Inspector de Silva series (it can certainly be read as a standalone)....

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A story in which the location plays as important a role as the rest of your words.

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