Alan Trevithick is released from prison when fresh evidence clears him of the murder of Milo Hagerty. He owes his freedom to Dorothy Merrack, his cousin and childhood sweetheart...Her discovery of the real killer puts Alan's life in jeopardy. A second murder leads them behind the scenes at a crematorium, and finally to the Spanish monastery of Montserrat. Alan Trevithick finds a new twist in the quotation "My days among the dead are passed."
Used availability for Ivon Baker's Days Among the Dead
March 1971 : UK Hardback
April 2006 : UK Paperback