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The Blackbird (Rufus Stone Detective Stories Book 2)

The Blackbird, A Rufus Stone detective story, by K J Frost cover image.

Crime, Murder, Mystery & Thriller

The Blackbird (Rufus Stone Detective Stories Book 2)

On Sale 11th June, 2019
Format(s): Kindle and Paperback
Categories: British Detective Stories, Police Procedurals

  • About

    The Blackbird: Having relocated from Scotland Yard to the village of East Molesey in Surrey, Detective Inspector Rufus Stone is looking forward to a quieter life, away from the Metropolis, as well as the chance to spend more time with Amelie, the young woman who has captured his heart. However, he’s barely had time to unpack and settle in before one of his new colleagues is murdered.

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    Sensing a link to the crimes that brought him back to East Molesey in the first place, Stone faces a difficult investigation of a village already traumatised by violent death and, as the case progresses, it becomes clear that the killer’s need for revenge has not yet been sated, and that Stone himself may be in mortal danger.

    But as Stone starts to delve deeply into the secrets of the village and its inhabitants, he finds himself dealing with a serial killer, and his own involvement in the case suddenly takes a more personal turn.

    The Blackbird is the second in K. J. Frost’s Second World War detective stories, with a romantic twist, which ideally should be read in order.


  • Product Details

    Format(s): Paperback and Kindle
    ISBN: 978-1-910603-72-7 (Paperback)
    ASIN: B07SZ2BXTV (Kindle)
    Edition: 1st Edition
    Imprint: GWL Publishing
    Classification: Fiction, Crime, Murder, Mystery, Thriller
    Paperback Published: 11th June, 2019
    Kindle Published: 11th June, 2019
    No. of pages: 328pp
    List Price – Kindle: £2.99
    List Price – Paperback: £9.99

  • Reviews

    “A good read”
    UK Amazon Customer Review, October, 2020.

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