Dying in the Wool
“Well-plotted and atmospheric… Kate Shackleton joins Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs.” --Literary Review
Take one quiet Yorkshire village
Bridgestead is a peaceful spot: a babbling brook, rolling hills and a working mill at its heart. Pretty and remote, nothing exceptional happens…
Add a measure of mystery
Until the day that Master of the Mill Joshua Braithwaite goes missing in dramatic circumstances, never to be heard of again.
A sprinkling of scandal
Now Joshua’s daughter is getting married and wants one last attempt at finding her father. Has he run off with his mistress, or was he murdered for his mounting coffers?
And Kate Shackleton—amateur sleuth extraordinaire!
Kate Shackleton has always loved solving puzzles. So who better to get to the bottom of Joshua’s mysterious disappearance? But as Kate taps into the lives of the Bridgestead dwellers, she opens cracks that some would kill to keep closed…
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Review: Dying In the Wool (Kate Shackleton #1)User Review - Maggie - Goodreads
I enjoyed this book a fascinating story and good research and local knowledge about the wool industry. Kate Shackleton a good detective - good interesting plot with twists and turns with a satisfying ending Worth a look Read full review
Review: Dying In the Wool (Kate Shackleton #1)User Review - Kathy - Goodreads
Enjoyable - I enjoy the 1920s context. Read full review