A Rather Necessary End
This first in a new series by Ferguson introduces Lady Priscilla Flanders, widow of the vicar of the village of Hempten-on-Heath, and her roguish friend, Sir Neville Hathaway, whose sleuthing escapades are enhanced by a partnership with potential romance. When Priscilla is the prime suspect in the murder of her neighbor, she and Neville must uncover the truth.
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