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Murder at High Tor Manor (Digby Rolf Mysteries #3)

4.69  ·  Rating details ·  13 ratings  ·  11 reviews

The third book in the Digby Rolf mystery series finds Digby at a crossroads. He leaves the church to set up a detective agency in London which proves to be a great financial success, although to Digby the endless divorce cases turns into a nightmare of boredom.Through Masonic contacts he is engaged by Lady Isobel Brewster, the widow of the late Lord Quentin Brewster, to i

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Kindle Edition, 253 pages
Published March 13th 2019
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Pegboard
Apr 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Raymond M. Hall is one of those rare authors that can write a murder mystery that remain suspenseful until the last chapter. Murder at High Tor Manor: A Digby Rolf Mystery begins with the charm of one of England’s little villages and a Reverend Digby at a crossroads in his life. Beginning a detective service allows him to service people, plus it is something he is good at. But the lifestyle that goes with this occupation is not what Digby thought it would be like. The crime, favors, immoral acts ...more
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Apr 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I'm a huge fan of crime stories, particularly involving famous English detectives, so I could not resist buying A Digby Rolf Mystery Book and see if I had found a new detective series to follow around.
I started with the Murder at High Tor Manor. And I'm not disappointed. Our beloved detective is a former reverend who started his own detective agency and is now deep in the English countryside, looking for evidence of a crime in an old estate. Of course, nothing is as it seems, and the bodies seem
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Jen
Apr 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Digby Rolf Mysteries by Raymond M Hall is an entertaining series. Like his other books, this paranormal thriller features ghosts, adventures, and a wise detective. In this third book of the series (Murder at High Tor Manor), Digby has left the church to start his own detective agency. As a capable detective, he winds up with plenty of work; however, it is mostly boring divorce cases. But, then he is presented with a case where he needs to discover whether or not the deceased committed suicid ...more
Jessica
Mar 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
Third in the Digby Rolf mystery series, Murder at High Tor Manor is an entertaining mystery novel full of murder, mayhem, plot twists and courage. Digby is the main character again and, in this book, he prepares to strike out on his own and establish his own detective agency in London. Along with this comes the never-ending cases that result in divorce and are contentious and full of drama. Nevertheless, Digby still takes on the case of investigating the apparent suicide of Lord Quentin Brewster ...more
Christine Lough
May 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoy murder mystery and suspense books, I was pretty sceptical about getting this one because I have been a bit disappointed with the quality of this genre from indie authors recently, but this was a pleasant surprise. My favorite character is Digby Rolf, one of the reasons why is that he is very relatable, but I also think that the author put a lot more effort into his character which brought him to life a bit more than the others. There are many twists and turns in the story so its i ...more
Julius Blitzy
Mar 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Interesting reading! I'm glad I got and read this book, I want to share my opinion. The main character Digby, who decides to change his life and start something new, opens a detective agency, for this he had to leave the church. A detective agency is success and money. He meets Lady Isobel Brewster and begins to investigate His Lordship's suicide. He gets to know different people, studies materials and tries to achieve his goal. I love detectives, and I enjoyed reading "Murder at High Tor Manor" ...more
Payal Sinha
Apr 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Murder at High Tor Manor is a murder mystery with an old world feel. The protagonist Digby is bored with his clergyman life and so wanders to town in search of excitement and mysteries. He is successful in opening a detective agency and soon starts to earn much money. However, he again gets bored with the routine job and so spreads the word for bigger challenges. This lands him into a murder mystery where real trouble awaits him.

The book is engaging and witty and the author does not hesitate in
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Liam Murphy
May 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Digby Rolf is back!

I loved the use of Bodmin as a location, I frequently visit Cornwall and Raymond Hall's description of the eerily quiet moors is spot on and does a lot to set the scene of the third installation in this fantastic series.

Mr Hall plonks his story in the archetypal gothic setting, and does a whole lot to stake his claim as a unique and exciting writer of this style. The characterisation of each character - both friend and foe - leaves nothing to chance, and each little morsel of
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Lauren
Apr 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
After reading the second book of the series, In The Shadow Of A Reaper, I had to snag me the third book. As much as I enjoyed the second book, I think I liked this one even more. Most probably because the characters are so familiar to me now. Diving into the third book, Murder At High Tor Manor, we see that Digby is at it again. Only this time he's met with an apparent suicide. We all know it isn't quite that simple though. For me personally, I really like the author, Raymond Hall’s writing styl ...more
Jimmy Jefferson
Mar 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Mystery and murder flow through the pages of murder at high tor manor

This was a fun story about Digby, the main character, who leaves the church even though there were at least 3 times the church was there for him during his time of need. Upon his relocation, he started a very successful detective agency. Through success he finds himself involved in a case that finds death following as Digby tries to solve the death of the lordship. The story twists and turns as you travel through the streets an
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Michellej
Apr 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“Murder at High Tor Manor” is a must read! I thoroughly enjoyed this book as it carried me through the supernatural, sex, murder and mystery. It keeps you guessing as the Brewster family is being murdered one by one. A bit of history regarding the Nazis and the Jews, the Church and witchcraft is sprinkled throughout which raises your consciousness. It is very well written and holds you in its grips while you follow Digby through the misty moors.
maggie Chow
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