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COULD YOU SOLVE THE CASE? PRE-ORDER NOW FOR THE PUZZLING CHRISTMAS MYSTERY OF THE YEAR ‘It’s wonderful! A page-turning homage to the Golden Age, with a dash of Poirot and a dark, modern heart’ S J BENNETT ‘Magnificent! A smart, suspenseful and snow-covered mystery with plenty of heart and more than a few quiz questions. A total must read for Christmas’ STEPH BROADRIBB ‘I absolutely loved it! Such a clever and pacy read with a glorious nod to classic Christie’ JO JAKEMAN ‘An engrossing and heart-warming mystery. Like a glorious Christmas chocolate – beautiful on the outside with a richly dark centre. Perfect to curl up with on cold winter nights’ MARION TODD Eighteen passengers. Seven stops. One killer. In the early hours of Christmas Eve, the sleeper train to the Highlands is derailed, along with the festive plans of its travellers. With the train stuck in snow in the middle of nowhere, a killer stalks its carriages, picking off passengers one by one. Those who sleep on the sleeper train may never wake again. Can former Met detective Roz Parker find the killer before they kill again? All aboard for . . . Murder on the Christmas Express Praise for The Christmas Murder Game : ''The perfect gift for quizzers and mystery addicts . . . A delicious locked room mystery crammed with cryptic clues, secrets in sonnets and a deadly game. But it''s more than a series of puzzles, it''s also an entertaining exploration of relationships and a riveting read'' VAL McDERMID ''Perfectly pitched for cold nights and warm fires. A lovely Golden Age tribute'' SINEAD CROWLEY ''A perfectly plotted festive mystery'' SUSI HOLLIDAY ''Clever and twisty'' CRIME MONTHLY ''One for book lovers that can''t get enough of mystery fiction - even during Christmas'' THE SUN ''Packed with riddles, anagrams and puzzles, this is an engaging murder mystery that will grip you until the end'' DAILY MIRROR ''This is the perfect Christmas book. Get it for yourself to read when the nights are cold and dark and give it as a present. To everyone!'' MARTYN WAITES ''Curl up by the fire (and lock all the doors) for this Christmas cracker of a book'' C.S. GREEN ''Utterly original and breathtakingly intriguing . . . A must-read this Christmas'' STEPH BROADRIBB ''The perfect updating of the classic Christmas Country House mystery . . . Fabulous festive fun'' DEREK FARRELL ''The perfect Christmas read . . . and puzzles galore for both readers and the players of the game'' W.C. RYAN ...
Alexandra (AK) Benedict is a bestselling, award-winning writer of short stories, novels and scripts. Educated at Cambridge, Sussex and Clown School, Alexandra has been an indie-rock singer, an actor, an RLF Fellow and a composer for film and TV, as well as teaching and running the prestigious MA in Crime Thrillers at City University. She is now a full-time writer and creative coach. As AK Benedict, she writes acclaimed short stories, high-concept novels and award-winning audio drama for Big Finish, Audible UK, Audible US and BBC Sounds among others. She won the Scribe Award for her Doctor Who radio drama, The Calendar Man, and was shortlisted for the eDunnit Novel Award for The Beauty of Murder and the BBC Audio Drama Podcast Award for Children of the Stones. Her Christmas mysteries, The Christmas Murder Game and Murder on the Christmas Express, were both bestsellers, and The Christmas Murder Game was longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger. Alexandra lives on the south coast of England with writer Guy Adams, their daughter, Verity, and dog, Dame Margaret Rutherford.
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It's the last train home for Christmas.
But who will be the first to die?
CAN YOU SOLVE THE CASE?
'Whatever you unwrap for Christmas, you had better hope it’s this book This is 21st-century cosy Christmas crime that doesn’t shy away from the darkness. Eighteen passengers, seven stops, one killer Christmas read' JANICE HALLETT
'The perfect book to read on a train...A thrilling journey from start to finish. Highly recommended' ELLY GRIFFITHS
‘It’s wonderful! A page-turning homage to the Golden Age, with a dash of Poirot and a dark, modern heart’ S J BENNETT
Eighteen passengers. Seven stops. One killer.
In the early hours of Christmas Eve, the sleeper train to the Highlands is derailed, along with the festive plans of its travellers. With the train stuck in snow in the middle of nowhere, a killer stalks its carriages, picking off passengers one by one. Those who sleep on the sleeper train may never wake again.
Can former Met detective Roz Parker find the killer before they kill again?
All aboard for . . . Murder on the Christmas Express