The Keeper of Secrets by Judith Cutler
(Tobias Campion)

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Spring 1810. Young parson Tobias Campion is settling in at his new parish in Moreton St Jude. Although he loves the quiet village lfe, Tobias has a troubling sense that all is not quite as it seems.

The suspicious death of a poacher, the untimely demise of a local aristocrat and a mysterious attack on Tobias himself confirms his previous misgivings; malign influence is at work in the supposedly sleepy hamlet. And then someone close to his heart disappears.


About Judith Cutler

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Judith Cutler was born and raised in the city she writes about, Birmingham. She is a past secretary of the British Crime Writers' Association and taught for many years at Birmingham University. She lives in Kent, England.
Published November 11, 2011 by Allison & Busby. 288 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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I would like to have seen one or two other little niggles or flaws to truly make him a believable character rather than a sainted noble who is always in the moral right, but nonetheless I took to him and found Tobias an interesting man to read about.

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