Murder in a remote island parish ought to be rare …
When Reverend Ward gives the local archeological society permission to dig up the old well beneath the baptismal font, she has no idea the trouble it will cause.
She doesn’t know why it was covered over … but someone does.
Some secrets are supposed to stay hidden.
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Steve Higgs writes in multiple genres, his head constantly filing with stories that he simply cannot get out fast enough. It has been like that for as long as he can remember but his decision to pursue a career as a writer didn’t occur to him until he was in his forties. Among his passions are cozy mystery, supernatural suspense, and urban fantasy.
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About Steve Higgs
When Steve Higgs wrote his debut novel, Paranormal Nonsense, he was a Captain in the British Army. He would love to pretend that he had one of those careers that has to be redacted and in general denied by the government and that he has had to change his name and continually move about because he is still on the watch list in several countries. In truth though, he started out as a mechanic. Not like Jason Statham in the film by that name, sneaking about as a contract killer, but more like one of those greasy gits who charge you a fortune and keep your car for a week when all you went in for was a squeaky door hinge.
At school, he was mostly disinterested in every subject except creative writing, for which, at age ten, he won his first award. However, calling it his first award suggests that there have been more, which there have not. Accolades may come but, in the meantime, he is having a ball writing mystery stories, urban fantasies, and crime thrillers and claims to have more than a hundred books forming an unruly queue in his head as they clamor to get out.
Now retired from the military, he lives in the south-east corner of England with a trio of lazy sausage dogs. Surrounded by rolling hills, brooding castles and vineyards, he doubts he will ever leave, the beer is just too good.