A Bicycle Built for Murder

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2001 - Fiction - 216 pages
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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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Review: A Bicycle Built For Murder (Manor House Mysteries #1)

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Good start to the series. Since I've read others in the series it was fun for me to see how it all started and I enjoyed the hints at what is to come (not that you would know some of it was coming). Read full review

Review: A Bicycle Built For Murder (Manor House Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Fred Rauch - Goodreads

Easy read, interesting characters, especially Martin the butler. Should prove to be interesting series. This is the first Kingsbury I have read. I plan on reading more. Read full review


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Kate Kingsbury also writes as Doreen Roberts or Rebecca Kent.

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