By Charlie Revelle-Smith
Homicide is impressive on the middle of an old, elite society, taking its participants one at a time...
Franklin Gallow is decided that his sleuthing days are in the back of him but if businessmen are killed in a likely random coincidence, he and his bothered assistant Rowan are drawn right into a darkish and unsafe secret which has been buried underneath the streets of Bristol for centuries.
The Bristol Savage is the 3rd ebook of the sensational Bristol Murders sequence.
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