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The Charnel House in Copperfield Street

(The tenth book in the Quigg series)
A novel by

In order to get Mandy put back on the internal post-delivery, Quigg agrees to investigate the haunted house belonging to the administrative manager's daughter - Regina Humblin - at 66 Copperfield Street in Southwark. Also, the Chief gives him his next case, which involves two decapitated bodies, but leads are few and far between until a reporter offers him a deal. Ruth is contacted by a whistle-blower from the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) and decides to re-launch her career by investigating police corruption, but when the whistle-blower mysteriously commits suicide, and men in vans appear outside the house, drastic action needs to be taken. Lucy starts off helping Quigg, but is soon teamed up with her father - Jack Neilson - to extract confessions from corrupt police officers. Duffy takes on the paranormal investigation at 66 Copperfield Street, but is soon out of her depth. DI Gwen Peters arrives one night and asks for Quigg's help in finding who abducted Joe - their son he never knew he had. His pursuit of Miss Tinkley finally ends in success, but at what cost?

Genre: Mystery

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Title: The Charnel House in Copperfield Street: (Quigg 10)
Author(s): Tim Ellis
Publisher: Koko Publishing
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