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Private Investigator, Crime fiction, Scotland Yard, Hard-boiled detective, Female detective, Murder, Canada

Searching for Peter Griffiths
by Max Folsom




Private Detective Baker Somerset is back, and about to embark on another hair-raising mystery.

One morning, seven years ago, Peter Griffiths, an intern for a Member of Parliament, disappeared without a trace from Parliament Hill—one of the most secure buildings in Canada. At the time, he had been carrying a politically sensitive document, one of interest to the CIA. Now, his sister has requested her brother be declared legally dead, so with a multimillion-dollar insurance policy on the line, Peter’s insurance company wants to investigate his disappearance before they settle the claim.

Specializing in missing persons cases, Baker Somerset has been hired to discover what happened to Peter. As she investigates, she uncovers a sex and blackmail scandal involving some of Ottawa’s most powerful people. Bodies begin to pile up, and Baker soon finds out that if she continues her search she and those she loves might just disappear too . . .


"I would have loved a partner like Somerset when I was a detective!" ~ Ottawa Police Service Constable (Retired) Marc Soucy


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Max Folsom is a regular columnist for the quarterly Sherlockian journal Groans, Cries and Bleatings, and a member of Crime Writers of Canada, Sisters in Crime, and League of Vermont Writers. She is married to a retired Canadian military officer.and divides her time between their Ottawa Centretown apartment and their Vermont stone house. She lives with her husband and Cato, their fat ginger cat. A hunter extraordinaire. She is currently at work on her third Somerset novel, Death of a Codebreaker.


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