Dead Souls Society

Genre: Humour, Mystery

Book Summary

Rowntree's back - more mayhem, more mystery and more muddle.

With the pub shut, Ronald Rowntree is out of a job and at a loose end. His old employer, Adam Gosling, is in prison for a good few years yet to come, and Abby Gosling is sectioned in a mental hospital for the foreseeable future. Somehow, Ronald is still living in his flat above The Jolly Jester, and unbelievably, Miriam Harper is still his girlfriend. But when she has to leave and go to America to promote her new book, Ronald knows he needs to find a job.

When Sitcom appears in the pub, fresh out of jail, and Sam has an idea, the three friends hatch a moneymaking plan that can’t possibly go wrong. For once, it doesn’t. That is until the mysterious Isidore Seerstear darkens the threshold of Ronald’s world and tells him that Miriam is in terrible danger. Ronald meets him at the sinister Murkin Manor where Isidore rips up all the rules of life and death, (and the bit in between).

To save Miriam, Ronald must join forces with William Canker, a man that appears to have lived more than once, and take on a force so dark, that time itself means nothing to it.

About the Author

Ian Thompson is from South London, UK. To date he has three books published, EZICASH, a satirical look at Health and Safety mixed with greed, and 54th State, a mix of political intrigue, a space mission and a love story. Murder at the Jolly Jester is now available, a dozy mystery of truly un-epic proportions featuring an impossible murder, an idiot of a protagonist and a cast of suspects, all set in a Kent village. All are available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, I Books and Google Play.

Whilst currently writing humorous books, he has a love of fantasy and expects to complete a book or two in that genre as well, although humorous fantasy seems inevitable. If you fancy a taster of his writing, look up for a satirical look at fantasy, or for more musings.

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