A ticket to Ryde for Inspector Andy Horton in The Guernsey Ferry Murders

The Guernsey Ferry Murders DI Andy Horton Solent Murder Mystery 

In THE GUERNSEY FERRY MURDERS, formerly published as Lethal Waves,  DI Andy Horton has crossed the Solent on the Wightlink Fast Cat ferry to  Ryde on the Isle of Wight in pursuit of his investigation into the murder of a vagrant found under a houseboat on the shores of Portsmouth close to the marina where he lives on his small yacht. He is on Ryde Pier where the Island train service runs from.

He's also investigating the death of a woman found in a cabin on the Condor Commodore ferry to Guernsey in the Channel Islands.  Are the two deaths linked?  Was the affluent woman on the Guernsey bound ferry murdered? Had she any connection with the vagrant? And what has taken Andy to the Isle of Wight? Well I'm not going to spoil your enjoyment of reading the book by telling you.  But here's little bit of background on the Isle of Wight trains.

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