Wesley Peterson Kindle eBooks
Wesley Peterson, DI of the London Police, is assigned a routine murder case. Though Peterson assumes that the case is an ordinary one, he soon discovers dark secrets and deadly deceptions about the victim. His investigation soon uncovers a sinister motive for the murder. In this gripping thriller, a mysterious woman possesses the ability to make people behave in the most bizarre and unsavory ways.
An Unhallowed Grave
The third novel in Wesley Peterson's An Unhallowed Grave series is a mystery with a twist. A young woman is hanged in a churchyard and her body is found hanging from a tree. A mysterious archeological dig reveals that the girl was killed by hanging, and 15th century legal documents reveal a shocking miscarriage of justice. The novel is well-written and draws readers in, with its delicate setting and believable characters.
This gripping mystery follows the lives of two policemen and one archaeologist, detective sergeant Wesley Peterson and archaeological expert Neil Watson. Both men are working on a project in a remote village, and their investigations begin with the discovery of an ancient corpse. The dead woman was killed centuries ago, and the unhallowed grave might be that of the young woman who was executed in the churchyard.
Ossia One by Wesley Peterson is an interesting first novel. This historical crime mystery is set in the ancient city of Ossia. The town is a sprawling complex and secrets are about to be revealed. The story is well-written with archaeology and modern crime playing equal roles. Its characters are well-drawn and realistic, from the homeless young to the police agents.
Ossia features an unusual cast of characters - police sergeant Wesley Peterson and his wife, Dorinda. Both have interests in archaeology and the history of a Spanish trader, which draws the reader's attention. Peterson manages the mix of historical fact and modern mystery sensitively. Ossia also has a fascinating family history, as we follow Wesley and his wife's attempts to conceive a child.
This mystery is one of the best in the Wesley Peterson series, and is sure to be a hit with fans of Elly Griffiths and Ann Cleeves. It's not surprising that it has received multiple awards, including the prestigious GROSS-Grant-Winner award. And the author has done an excellent job with the plot twists. She has a clear sense of what works for her characters and how to pull them together.
Ossia is a fascinating book, and the author has a way of making us feel we are truly free in the name of Christ. The story's theme of "heathens" is a unique idea. Whitefield was heavily influenced by Henry Scougal. But Ossia is a masterpiece that should not be missed. There's a lot more to Ossia, so it's well worth a read.
Darren Hatman's stalking claim
When DI Wesley Peterson is assigned to investigate a murder case, he assumes it will be an ordinary case, but he soon discovers a twisted plot and dark secrets about the victim. The investigation turns deadly when DI Wesley realizes that a sinister motive lies behind the murder. In this gripping psychological thriller, Peterson investigates a murder case where the victims have dark secrets about their own pasts.
Detective Inspector Wesley Peterson is confronted with the case of a woman who had a stalker, Leanne Hartman. When her friend and colleague Darren Hatman are murdered, Wesley is left reeling. He suspects that Leanne's murder was connected to the recent crimes, and he must solve the case before it turns out to be a psychological thriller.
Wesley Peterson, a renowned amateur archaeologist, is assigned to investigate a crime. A young woman is found dead, her body brutally dismembered. But, while investigating, an archaeologist unearths the ruins of a former chapel. As he continues to search for clues, Wesley begins to suspect that the bodies might be Viking, and the perpetrators were Vikings.
Kate Ellis' Wesley Peterson series
The Wesley Peterson series is a crime fiction novel by British author Kate Ellis. It is a crime fiction series featuring a detective who's transferred from Scotland Yard to the West Country. He leads murder investigations through the mean lanes of South Devon. It's atmospheric and contains a hint of the supernatural. This series is a great choice for Kindle eBook readers who enjoy mysteries and police procedurals.
The latest mystery in the Wesley Peterson series, Dead Man's Lane, is set in a holiday village where a serial killer had been a fixture for years. After enticing young women to model for him, he murdered them. Now, the holiday village is being planned and a mysterious object is found in one of the plots. This copycat killer is out to bring the original murderer to justice, and Wesley Peterson is on the case.
The first novel in the Wesley Peterson series is titled "The Merchant's House." The book has received favorable reviews and was selected as one of the ten best summer reads by The Woman's Weekly magazine. The plot of the story involves a pensioner's death, and the rural police learn about the mysterious death only after the mother returns home. As the series progresses, the reader is drawn into several characters' lives.
Throughout the series, Wesley Peterson's investigations are based on historical evidence, and many of them have a historical background. Wesley Peterson's interest in archaeology, history, and a young woman's history adds to the suspense and intrigue. The series also includes a number of short mysteries that are set in the early twentieth century.