Today sees the publication of the 4th instalment of the Stonebridge Mysteries. The Case of the Missing Firefly, published by Red Dog Press
Available to buy now,
The notoriously hard-drinking, backstabbing Stonebridge radio crew are having their Halloween party on Winkle Island, rumoured to be the most haunted place in Northern Ireland. unfortunately, Adam and Colin are there too, having accepted an easy payday from Colin’s event organising mother.
At dinner, a shocking announcement is followed by an even more shocking murder and the theft of a priceless Firefly necklace. To top it all, thanks to a raging storm everyone is trapped on the island
Faced with devious radio presenters, a strange tour guide, and a rampaging murder, Adam and Colin are back in business.
About the series
Stonebridge is a small town on the north coast of Northern Ireland. Most of its inhabitants are friendly, happy people. Most of them…. Because bad things happen even in the happiest of places. It’s a good thing then that Adam Whyte and Colin McLaughlin call Stonebridge home. Armed with an encyclopaedic knowledge of detective shows, a misplaced sense of confidence and a keen desire to see justice done, these two are the closest thing the town has to saviours which isn’t that reassuring
I read a lot of crime fiction and reading this series is a breath of fresh air, cosy crime novellas that pack a mighty punch, engaging, at times funny always entertaining, Made for TV guaranteed 5* reads
About the Author
Originally hailing from the north coast of Northern Ireland and now residing in South Manchester. Chris McDonald has always been a reader. At primary school The Hardy Boys inspired his love of adventure, before his reading world was opened up by Chris Palahniuk and the gritty world of crime