ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: August 6, 2020
The Dance of the Serpents
By (author) Oscar De Muriel
There are many bad days in Edinburgh police’s subdivision ‘The Commission for the Elucidation of Unsolved Cases Presumably Related to the Odd and Ghostly’. And in the pantheon of the worst days – today takes the podium.
Because the English Inspector Ian Frey, and his Scottish boss ‘Nine-Nails’ McGray are called into a meeting in the middle of the night with none other than the Prime Minister himself.And he tells them that Queen Victoria – the most powerful woman in the world – wants them both dead.
Oscar De Muriel
Oscar de Muriel was born in Mexico City where he began writing stories aged seven, and later came to the UK to complete a PhD in Chemistry. Whilst working as a translator and playing the violin, the idea for a spooky whodunnit series came to him and Nine-Nails McGray was born. Oscar has now written four Frey and McGray titles and splits his time between Manchester and Mexico City.