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Welcome to Brighton, England - where they do like to murder beside the seaside… Don't you just hate it when you've shaken off a murderer - and then find two more want to kill you? Ace crime reporter Colin Crampton believes he's uncovered the stunning motive behind a train robbery that ended in murder. But that was before he discovers unexpected clues. With his feisty Australi Welcome to Brighton, England - where they do like to murder beside the seaside… Don't you just hate it when you've shaken off a murderer - and then find two more want to kill you? Ace crime reporter Colin Crampton believes he's uncovered the stunning motive behind a train robbery that ended in murder. But that was before he discovers unexpected clues. With his feisty Australian girlfriend Shirley Goldsmith, Colin sets out on his most daring ever adventure. If he can nail this story, editors will be beating a path to his door. But only if… As he faces up to a new threat, he tangles with a doorman with a cauliflower ear, a hairdresser's assistant turned motorcyle rocker's moll, and a ruthless killer who keeps chickens. If you enjoy books by authors like Janet Evanovich, M C Beaton and Simon Brett, you'll soon be hooked by the mix of murder, mystery and mirth in this third book in the Colin Crampton Morning Noon & Night trilogy. Come and join the fun…


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Welcome to Brighton, England - where they do like to murder beside the seaside… Don't you just hate it when you've shaken off a murderer - and then find two more want to kill you? Ace crime reporter Colin Crampton believes he's uncovered the stunning motive behind a train robbery that ended in murder. But that was before he discovers unexpected clues. With his feisty Australi Welcome to Brighton, England - where they do like to murder beside the seaside… Don't you just hate it when you've shaken off a murderer - and then find two more want to kill you? Ace crime reporter Colin Crampton believes he's uncovered the stunning motive behind a train robbery that ended in murder. But that was before he discovers unexpected clues. With his feisty Australian girlfriend Shirley Goldsmith, Colin sets out on his most daring ever adventure. If he can nail this story, editors will be beating a path to his door. But only if… As he faces up to a new threat, he tangles with a doorman with a cauliflower ear, a hairdresser's assistant turned motorcyle rocker's moll, and a ruthless killer who keeps chickens. If you enjoy books by authors like Janet Evanovich, M C Beaton and Simon Brett, you'll soon be hooked by the mix of murder, mystery and mirth in this third book in the Colin Crampton Morning Noon & Night trilogy. Come and join the fun…

30 review for Murder in the Night Final

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nola Arganbright

    Following the leads An exciting series that encompasses all the undercover work the journalist uses to solve a big mystery in hopes of writing a feature story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    A highly sophisticated and cunning conspiracy with an affable, unsung champion at its heart –it’s confirmed, Colin Crampton is a crime reporting legend. And what an accomplished finale to a lively and evolving cosy trilogy! It began with a train robbery and ended with a… well, that’s for you to discover! But I will tell you it involves Colin’s boldest journalism, EVER. Although there’s a quick recap of the proceedings from the previous novella, to fully appreciate the intricacies of the plot it r A highly sophisticated and cunning conspiracy with an affable, unsung champion at its heart –it’s confirmed, Colin Crampton is a crime reporting legend. And what an accomplished finale to a lively and evolving cosy trilogy! It began with a train robbery and ended with a… well, that’s for you to discover! But I will tell you it involves Colin’s boldest journalism, EVER. Although there’s a quick recap of the proceedings from the previous novella, to fully appreciate the intricacies of the plot it really is a series that needs to be read in order of publication (Morning, Noon, Night). I greedily feasted on the complete series back-to-back and would happily recommend all three ‘editions’. The pure entertainment value is as addictive as the attractions lining a blustery vintage pier. A genuine pleasure to read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    I am reviewing this as the whole trilogy. I loved these books and could not put them down, each one is brilliant. My original plan was to read these books in between reading others, well it was a plan that never materialised because as soon as I had read the first, I went straight onto the second, then had to read the final one. Peter has a very fluid style of writing that had me addicted straight away. They are set in the 60’s, and this adds to the charm of the books, more relaxed read. They are I am reviewing this as the whole trilogy. I loved these books and could not put them down, each one is brilliant. My original plan was to read these books in between reading others, well it was a plan that never materialised because as soon as I had read the first, I went straight onto the second, then had to read the final one. Peter has a very fluid style of writing that had me addicted straight away. They are set in the 60’s, and this adds to the charm of the books, more relaxed read. They are humorous and compact, but packed full of detail. These are a great lazy afternoon read, either sat in the sunshine or by the fire. A slightly shorter read than most mystery books I have read just recently, rather than taking hours to read, they can be completed in an afternoon. I read that this was what Peter was trying to achieve. I am only giving a brief description of each of these books, as I really don’t want to give away any spoilers. Morning: Colin Crampton a crime reporter in Brighton witnesses a crime, at the time when The Great Train Robbery is all over the news. Great first book tying up most of the questions and leads, but with something left for the next book. Noon: This book follows on nicely from where the first left off, with a slightly different setting. From Brighton U.K to Brighton Beach U.S, his journalistic tendencies still get him into hot water. Night: With the final book, back to Brighton. This is where conclusions are made and loose ends are tied up. I really enjoyed the characters in this books, they are at times funny and considering the shortness of the book, have been very well portrayed. I would recommend these books to readers of cozy mystery and crime genres. These books should be read in order. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Peter for copies of these ebooks, my thoughts here are my own and are honest and unbiased.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alan B

    The first part of this trilogy began with a robbery in Brighton, overshadowed by the internationally reported Great Train Robbery. Was there a link, or was this crime committed on the town's tiny Volks railway associated with something far deeper than a two million pound heist ? Brighton Chronicle reporter Colin Crampton may have landed back in Britain, but with a handful of emenies made during his fact finding trip to New York, has he really made it back safely and are all his enemies really en The first part of this trilogy began with a robbery in Brighton, overshadowed by the internationally reported Great Train Robbery. Was there a link, or was this crime committed on the town's tiny Volks railway associated with something far deeper than a two million pound heist ? Brighton Chronicle reporter Colin Crampton may have landed back in Britain, but with a handful of emenies made during his fact finding trip to New York, has he really made it back safely and are all his enemies really enemies ? This final part of the trilogy, Murder In The Night Final, tries to tie up the loose ends, but author Peter Bartram has woven a clever twisted web which will have you guessing to the end. The characters in the Colin Crampton series are well developed and the author paints a picture of 60s Brighton so vivid you can almost smell the fish and chips on the seafront. Obviously, this is a trilogy and the novels cannot be read as standalones, but as I write, the first part (Murder In The Morning Edition) is free. Treat yourself to a light read that manages to create enough excitement to keep you hooked.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "Somewhat Lighthearted, Fast-Moving Investigative Novel" This is the last story of this trilogy. It's a comic crime caper taking place in Brighton, England. Ace crime reporter, Colin Crampton, believes he's discovered the motive behind a train robbery which ended in murder. With his girlfriend, Shirley Goldsmith, they set out on his most daring adventure. The characters in this book are well defined, sometimes humorous, and the story is also very enjoyable. It's a fun, exciting story. Give it a t "Somewhat Lighthearted, Fast-Moving Investigative Novel" This is the last story of this trilogy. It's a comic crime caper taking place in Brighton, England. Ace crime reporter, Colin Crampton, believes he's discovered the motive behind a train robbery which ended in murder. With his girlfriend, Shirley Goldsmith, they set out on his most daring adventure. The characters in this book are well defined, sometimes humorous, and the story is also very enjoyable. It's a fun, exciting story. Give it a try.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kerrie

    Colin Crampton of the Brighton Chronicle returns from New York where #2 in this series took him. Now he attempts to track down the mind behind the Great Train Robbery, and in the process concludes that the main target was not the money after all. Under pressure always by his editor to come up with a good story, Colin puts himself and his girlfriend Shirley in incredible danger. A good, light, entertaining and short read. Recommended.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    All's well that ends well MURDER IN THE NIGHT FINAL, the third book in The Morning, Noon and Night Trilogy by Peter Bertram filled in the blanks that remained after the first two books in the series. Colin Crampton finishes his investigation into a robbery and discovers a bigger story with international implications. The only bad thing: not enough of Shirley Goldsmith, Colin's girlfriend. Highly recommended! All's well that ends well MURDER IN THE NIGHT FINAL, the third book in The Morning, Noon and Night Trilogy by Peter Bertram filled in the blanks that remained after the first two books in the series. Colin Crampton finishes his investigation into a robbery and discovers a bigger story with international implications. The only bad thing: not enough of Shirley Goldsmith, Colin's girlfriend. Highly recommended!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lee Wood

    So I finally got to know the ending after all the ups and downs of what turned out to be an incredible adventure. Every time I thought I knew what would happen it suddenly went in a different direction. Superb writing brought the characters and locations to life. The humor is just enough without turning it into a comedy. This is a great story with a well thought out plot that had me gripped all the way through. I hope to read more of Colin and Shirley in the future.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Roxburgh

    Peter Crampton book 3 Very good finale to the first two books in series. He did have the luck of the devil when it came to escaping from the bad guys. Mostly it was a good series with an enjoyable hero and a good cast of supporting players.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Charlsie Russell

    Loving this series on Colin Campton. Quick , enjoyable reads.

  11. 5 out of 5

    sandra

    Another great book I've read all 3 in this series loved them all humorous and intriguing all at once makes for a great quick read Another great book I've read all 3 in this series loved them all humorous and intriguing all at once makes for a great quick read

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pauline Crouse

  13. 5 out of 5

    Judy Rehm

  14. 5 out of 5

    Madeline Jones

  15. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

  16. 4 out of 5

    Barry Higgins

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nick

  18. 4 out of 5

    Coco_Chanel

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  20. 4 out of 5

    David Bailey

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nancy S Robison

  22. 4 out of 5

    derek martin

  23. 4 out of 5

    MR JOHN POOLE

  24. 4 out of 5

    alison sinclair

  25. 4 out of 5

    Caroline Marlow

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Lee Wilcox

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sally Ranson

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kim Campbell

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Roberts

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert Gray

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