Dancing with Death
by Amy Myers

In the first 1920s country house mystery featuring chef-sleuth Nell Drury, Nell gets caught up in a murder investigation when a body is discovered during Lord and Lady Ansleys’ extravagant fancy dress ball.

1925. The fashionable Bright Young Things from London have descended on Wychbourne Court, the Kentish stately home of Lord and Lady Ansley, for an extravagant fancy dress ball followed by a midnight Ghost Hunt – and Chef Nell Drury knows she’s in for a busy weekend. What she doesn’t expect to encounter is sudden, violent death.

When a body is discovered in the minstrels’ gallery during the Ghost Hunt, Nell finds herself caught up in the police investigation which follows. As the darker side of the Roaring Twenties emerges and it becomes increasingly clear that at least one person present that night has a sinister secret to hide, Nell determines to unmask the killer among them. Could the Wychbourne Ghosts hold the key to the mystery?


Dancing with Death by Amy Myers is available in the following formats

Hardback97807278868591st May 2017142 X 224mm224$28.99
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Paperback97818475179441st September 2018140 X 230mm224$17.95
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Amy Myers

Amy Myers has written a wide range of novels, from crime to historical sagas to contemporary romance. She is also well known for her mystery short stories that have been published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and many anthologies.Her traditional and cozy mystery series include the Jack Colby, car detective mysteries, co-written with her husband, American-born car buff James Myers; the Auguste Didier series; the Tom Wasp, Victorian chimney sweep novels; the Marsh and Daughter mysteries; and the Nell Drury mysteries.

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