The Inspector and Mrs Jeffries

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Little, Brown Book Group Limited, 2013 - Detective and mystery stories - 224 pages
When a doctor is discovered dead in his own office, Mrs Jeffries is on the look-out for a prescription for murder, determined to discover the culprit, despite how her employer feels about interviewing suspects.

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User Review  - scot2 - LibraryThing

This was a fun "whodunnit." A quick read. The lovely, but inept police inspector is helped with his investigations by his elderly housekeeper. The characters were likeable and I didn't guess the baddie too quickly. Read full review

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User Review  - streamsong - LibraryThing

Mrs. Jeffries loved helping her husband solve crimes. Now she is widowed and working as a housekeeper. Her new employer, Gerald Witherspoon, has recently been promoted to Police Inspector ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Having married an Englishman in 1976, Cheryl Arguile lived near London for a while before moving back to California, where she had been brought up. She then decided to embark on a writing career first as a romantic novelist (Sarah Temple) and later writing for young adults (Cheryl Lanham) but is best known as Emily Brightwell for the Mrs Jeffries series.

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