Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 1:29 am by M. in    No comments
After Charlotte Brontë's Thunder, Michele Carter has decided to turn her theories into fiction:
The Brontë Code
Michele Carter
Print Length: 328 pages
Publisher: Boomer Publications Inc. (June 14, 2013)

On the moors of Northern Yorkshire, like some Gothic victim in a Brontë novel, Danny Cowan’s corpse lies inside the ruin of a farmhouse. A bloody gash on his forehead suggests the notorious drunk fell, but Lucy Owens, who found the body, believes he was murdered. The Haworth police are bent on discouraging her from investigating further for fear that her snooping will scare away the tourists, whose daily visits to the home of the famous Brontë family keep the economy booming. Lucy, however, continues to search deeper and soon discovers that when the three Brontë sisters roamed these same moors, a few corrupt Freemasons were committing fraud against their neighbours. This rogue band of Freemasons exploited their network of brothers to steal and kill with impunity. Unfortunately for Lucy, the roots of that secret violence extend into the present day, and the odds of her catching the perpetrator seem slim, especially when the local men identify her as the main suspect.
The author on her blog The McScribble Salon describes the novel here.


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