The Tomb of the Chatelaine
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Book 6 in the Heathcliff Lennox series

‘Murder, mystery and a dog of distinction. Heathcliff Lennox investigates.’

A suspicious accident, a dead man’s gun and a lost tomb. Strange events disturb the peace of Lanscombe Park, the magnificent country seat of Lord Randolph Sinclair.
Adventurer, gold prospector and arms dealer, Randolph Sinclair has spent a lifetime amassing a fortune with ruthless determination. He’s a man frightened of nothing, until he receives a package from the distant past. Someone knows his secrets, they kill, and then they kill again. A game of cat and mouse is afoot, Major Heathcliff Lennox and ex Inspector Swift are called to Lanscombe Park to investigate.

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Karen Menuhin

1920’s, Cozy crime, Traditional Detectives, Downton Abbey – I love them, along with my family, my friends, my dog, and my cat.

I’ve lived an itinerant life, always on the move having grown up in the military. My two sons are Jonathan and Sam Baugh, married to Laura and Wendy, respectively. Grandchildren are Scarlett, Hugo, Charlie, Joshua and Isabella Rose. We are infinitely fortunate in each other.

At age 60 I decided to write. I don’t know why but suddenly the stories came pouring out along with the characters. Suddenly a whole world built itself upon the page and I just followed along.

Eccentric uncles, stalwart butlers, idiosyncratic servants, machinating Countesses, Mr Fogg the dog, and the hapless Major Heathcliff Lennox at the center of it all.

My dear husband is Krov Menuhin, ex-US Special Forces, and documentary filmmaker. He is the eldest son of the violinist, Yehudi Menuhin.