A Fatal Crossing

A Fatal Crossing

Summary

November 1924

The Endeavour sets sail for New York, with 2,000 passengers - and a killer - on board.

When a body is found on deck, ship's officer Timothy Birch is ready to declare the death a tragic accident. But Scotland Yard inspector James Temple is certain there's more to this misfortune than meets the eye.

Mounting an investigation, the pair uncover the theft of a priceless painting, and encounter a string of suspects with secrets to hide.

Now, with just days remaining until the Endeavour reaches New York, their search for the culprit is fraught with danger.

And all the while, the passengers roam the ship with a killer in their midst...
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'With twist after gut-punching twist, A Fatal Crossing really is an ingenious thriller' M. W. Craven

'The action unfolds at a rip-roaring pace in this perfectly executed homage to the Golden Age of crime... I loved it!' Anita Frank

About the author

Tom Hindle

Tom Hindle is originally from Yorkshire and now lives in Oxfordshire, where he works for a digital PR agency. A FATAL CROSSING is Tom's debut novel and was inspired by masters of the crime genre from Agatha Christie to Anthony Horowitz.
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