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Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz

Moonflower Murders is the sequel to Anthony Horowitz's Magpie Murders. I reviewed that here if you want to know what I thought of it. Moonflower Murders begins with Susan Ryeland, the editor protagonist of Magpie Murders, living with her partner Andreas in Crete, where they co-run a hotel.But Susan's new life is interrupted when she receives a visit from Pauline and Lawrence Treherne, who also happen to be hotel owners. Their daughter Cecily has disappeared, leaving behind her husband and her little girl. Immediately before this she told her parents that one of their former hotel staff, convicted of the brutal murder of a guest some years previously, could not be the real killer - and that she thought she knew who was.The connection with Susan, of course, is once again Alan Conway, the deceased creator of fictional detective Atticus Pund and whose books Susan once edited. Conway was also a guest at the Trehernes' hotel when Frank Parris was murdered, and there are spiteful…

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