The Black Hoard (Remedy Rumstry Case Files #1)

by Carole Tempest

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Synopsis

Remedy Rumstry never could resist a damsel in distress. He couldn’t have known that Rachel Porter was unlike any other client who had graced his office before. He soon finds that dark secrets hide behind the twitching curtains of the quiet villages buried in the English countryside. When the long lost treasure resurfaced, he knew he was in for a very bumpy ride. Unfortunately for Remedy, things get very messy when the original owners want their jewels back…

Story Elements

Ratings Factors

Language: Minor profanity used occasionally
Sexual Content: Sexual acts implied but not described
Target Audience Age: 35-64 (Working age adults)
Violence: Death, but minimal violence

Setting

Geography: England
Realism: Consistent with real world, no magic, no unachieved science
Setting Type: Pastoral (rural & small towns)
Time Period: 2010 - 2019 (Present day)

Main Character

Age: Middle-aged
Gender: Male
Race: Caucasian European
Religion: Irrelevant
Sexual Preference: Heterosexual

Styles & Themes

Humor: Moments of levity
Inspires Reader to Feel: Confused/Questioning
Mysteries & Puzzles: Significant mystery(ies) are core to driving the story
Pacing: Moves quickly
Physical Action: Frequent action, driven by threat to safety or life by antagonist(s)
Political/Social Commentary: Politics irrelevant to story
Romance: Minor romance, not a significant story driver
Genre Mystery
 
Mysteries & Puzzles:
  • Significant mystery(ies) are core to driving the story
  • Thought-provoking puzzles tangentially related to story
  • Puzzles or clues that reader could use to solve mystery(ies) of story

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About the author

Carole Tempest

Oh god not another Bio. I'm boring I spend all my days playing with imaginary people. I act my shoe size, and when quizzed I come out as a thirteen year old. I don't think in straight lines and I can remember Live aid when it was Live. (there's the clue... I'm not 13.) Long live superheroes.