A Fatal Winter

A Max Tudor novel

Agatha Award-winning author G. M. Malliet's latest novel featuring the charismatic Max Tudor.

By G. M. Malliet Read by Michael Page Fiction / Mystery & Thrillers English, Unabridged 12h 33m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Part 2 of the Max Tudor Novels series.

							In A Fatal Winter, Max Tudor - Anglican priest, former MI5 agent, and village heartthrob - investigates two deaths at Chedrow Castle. But his growing attraction to Awena Owen complicates his case, as does the recent arrival at Chedrow Castle of a raucous group of long-lost, greedy relatives, any one of whom has a motive for murder. With a cozy setting, intricate puzzles, and a handsome (non-celibate) priest doing the sleuthing, the books in this series are destined to become instant classics in the mystery world.

"Veteran narrator Michael Page expertly portrays the numerous characters...This contemporary cozy English-house mystery will appeal to fans of Agatha Christie. Recommended." - Library Journal (audio review)

One of the Best Books 2012: Mysteries. Starred review. "Malliet doesn't miss a step in her stellar second case for her handsome vicar... This series shines for its wit, well-drawn characters, pitch-perfect dialog, and intricately structured puzzle." - Library Journal (print review)

"Michael Page narrates this manor house mystery in an elegant British voice. He's got Malliet's sarcasm about the exploits of the wealthy down. At the same time, Page has a harsher - and, at times, sad - voice for Tudor, which reminds listeners of the hero's troubled past in MI5. The story is complicated. The reading starts with a list of characters and their relationships. At the end, Tudor's explanation of the elaborate murder plot takes quite a chunk of time. Nonetheless, Malliet's well-observed descriptions, matched with her sly humor and offbeat characters, will hold listeners' interest." - AudioFile Magazine

Starred review. "Clever deduction and a logical fair-play solution are enhanced by the author's wry humor..." - Publishers Weekly