Murder at the Gorge: The latest gripping murder mystery from bestseller Frances Evesham

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Description

A joke? A prank? Or something more sinister?
When the Exham-on-Sea residents are targeted by anonymous emails containing apparently harmless nursery rhymes, no one knows whether to laugh or shudder until an unexplained death touches the town.

Libby Forest, baker, chocolatier and Exham's very own resident private investigator, alongside her partner Max Ramshore, set out to solve the puzzle before more people die. But when Max's ex-wife arrives on the scene, ahead of Max and Libby's long-awaited nuptials, things go from bad to worse.

With the town and their relationship under threat, Max and Libby need the help of the Exham History Society if they're going to find the nursery rhyme killer in time.

Murder at the Gorge is the seventh in a series of Exham-on-Sea Murder Mysteries set at the small English seaside town full of quirky characters, sea air, and gossip.

If you love Agatha Christie-style mysteries, cosy crime, clever dogs and cake, then you'll love these intriguing whodunnits. THE EXHAM-ON-SEA MURDER MYSTERIES:
1. Murder at the Lighthouse
2. Murder on the Levels:
3. Murder on the Tor:
4. Murder at the Cathedral
5. Murder at the Bridge
6. Murder at the Castle
7. Murder at the Gorge What readers are saying about Murder at the Gorge:
'The ideal book to read during lockdown. The only problem is that I am sure that I have put weight on reading about all the cakes and chocolate.'

'A well-constructed storyline with plenty of angles and suspects to be worked on.'

'Another great book from Frances Evesham... loved every minute. Can't wait for the next one.'

Product Details

Price
£20.99
Publisher
Boldwood Books Ltd
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781800480469

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