A Bicycle Built for Murder
In World War II England, residents of Sitting Marsh depend on Elizabeth Hartleigh Compton, lady of the Manor House, to take care of things -- from sorting out local gossip to solving the occasional murder. When a teenage girl's body is found below a cliff, villagers call it an accident, but the girl's mother and Elizabeth think it was murder. First installment in a new series.
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