Jude’s decision to redecorate her cottage leads to a meeting with a local decorator and a surprising discovery behind a wall panel in a Victorian building: a woman’s handbag! The discovery becomes serious when the police identify the handbag’s owner as Anita Garner, a young woman who vanished in suspicious circumstances twenty years earlier.
A job in a wilderness therapy program for troubled teens seems like the perfect way for Nora Best to ease into the next phase of her life . . . until she uncovers the program managers’ flagrant abuses and the lengths they’ll go to keep it a secret.View
Death in Cornwall
Fans of the Golden Age British mysteries, such as those by Dorothy Sayers, will enjoy this entry in the St. Just cozy mystery series set in modern-day Cornwall.View
Death in Cornwall is quirky, comforting and incredibly meta. DCI Arthur St. Just is going on holiday to get away from crime and murder, but you know the proverbial is going to hit the fan. That is teased mercilessly. We laugh along at Arthur’s luck as he cannot escape. If a small-town mystery with this kind of humour is your thing, you’ll get a kick out of this novel.
The Cry of the Hangman
In Susanna Calkins’ latest seventeenth-century historical mystery, the sixth in the series, will printer’s apprentice Lucy Campion be publishing true accounts of murder – or starring in one?View
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“The Cry of the Hangman has a real corker of a mystery plot – twisty, accomplished and page-turning. If you like a complex puzzle that ties together neatly at the end, this is the book for you! I loved this book – and I’m excited for you to read it too.”