A man is murdered in broad daylight by a stealthy killer in this pitch-perfect WWII crime mystery. September 1939. Inspector Betty Church – one of the few female officers on the force – has arrived from London to fill a vacancy at Sackwater police station. But Betty isn’t new here. This is the place she grew up. The place she thought she’d left for good. After a slow start, Betty’s called to the train station to investigate a stolen bench. But though there’s no bench, there is a body. A smartly dressed man, murdered in broad daylight, with two distinctive puncture wounds in his throat. While the locals gossip about the Suffolk Vampire, Betty Church steels herself to hunt a dangerous killer. Reviews for BETTY CHURCH AND THE SUFFOLK VAMPIRE: ‘Betty Church is a wonderful creation … Had me laughing out loud’ GOODREADS. ‘I loved this … A cast of crazy characters, with a gruesome murder or two thrown in for good measure’ GOODREADS. ‘Loved Betty Church! No nonsense, in control with quirky crazy cast makes this a new series I can’t wait to read more of’ GOODREADS.