The Locked Room: A James Lalonde Novella


The Locked Room: A James Lalonde Novella

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A. D. Hay




James Lalonde Amateur Sleuth Mysteries




Mystery, Amateur Sleuth


Novella, 137 pages

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The Locked Room is a prequel novella to the James Lalonde Amateur Sleuth Mysteries series. It can be read as a part of the series or as a stand-alone story.

One Locked Room. A Dead Body. Five Suspects.


It’s the opening of Clovervale Hall, an exquisite bed-and-breakfast in Oxfordshire, owned and operated by Professor Xavier Watson and his wife, Flora. And James Lalonde can’t believe his luck—he gets an all-expenses paid trip.


And he gets to write a story about the opening of the bed-and-breakfast for the Northampton Tribune. It’s going to be the easiest weekend of his life. Unfortunately, the weather is scorching hot, and a cyclonic storm sets in, trapping him and the guests inside the manor house.


But, there’s one thing he didn’t count on—a killer is on the loose, roaming the halls of Clovervale Hall.


While cyclonic weather conditions rage on outside, James hunts down the killer. Lurking behind every corner, he discovers secrets and lies.


But his investigations haven’t gone unnoticed. The killer has a watchful eye on James.


Can James solve the murder before the bodies start to pile up?


The Locked Room is the prequel novella in A D Hay’s gripping James Lalonde amateur sleuth mystery series. If you like cloak and dagger mysteries filled with twists and turns, you’ll love this locked room mystery.



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