Taking the trope stand up comedian line "Miss Marple/Inspector Morse/[Jessica Fletcher] ... wherever they go there's a murder. I reckon they're doing the murders themselves and framing innocent patsies" and doing it straight. Dexter, via Agatha Christie, in nineteen forties English villages. A woman who seeks to winnow the wicked, be they murderer, paedophile, adulterer, communist or homosexual. And use the British legal system to do her dirty work ...Read some preview pages here.
Post-convention, Johnston reported that some publishers have expressed interest. Hopefully, we'll be able to read the whole story soon!
By the way, readers of this blog may remember that Johnston wrote the Doctor Who murder mystery comic Room With a Deja View (IDW Publishing).
Agatha Christie meets Doctor Who
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