Six Murders? by Robert Philip Bolton

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The strange case of the Welly Alley Strangler

Murder, mystery & mirth on the streets of New Zealand’s capital.

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When Faith and her husband accidentally get involved in the weird life of Ponytail O’Gorman – a beguiling old fraudster – they have no idea how much he will disrupt their peaceful life in suburban Wellington, New Zealand.

But he convinces them to help him in his strange quest to find both his friend from prison, Simple Simon, and his own missing cell phone which is being sought by a bunch of desperate crooks as well as by the head of Wellington CIB.

Determined to help the strangely charming little con-man – and so discover the truth about the notorious Welly Alley Strangler – they get carried along to a secretive location in beautiful Martinborough wine country. In the process Faith confronts a collection of odd characters – including the rich Widow Partridge, the terribly nasty Big Ben Pye and his two young henchmen – who unknown to her were part of her husband’s life as a prison guard.

1 review for Six Murders? by Robert Philip Bolton

  1. Craig Sisterson

    This was an interesting read – some great characters and a promising storyline, with plenty of funny moments salted in. The writing style may put some readers off (while not bothering others), but there’s quite a bit to like here.

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