by Anthony Horowitz
Reviewed by Linda:
A fiendishly clever whodunit, perfect for an inter-generational car trip! Susan, an editor for a British publisher, eagerly reads the final manuscript from the firm’s bestselling mystery writer who died shortly after submitting it. In it, the author’s detective investigates the beheading of Sir Magnus Pye, egotistical lord of Pye Hall, by someone using the sword from the suit of armor in the great hall. But when Susan discovers that the final two chapters are missing, that the author died in mysterious circumstances, and that the manuscript is studded with clues left by the author, she is determined to solve both mysteries.