The Hangman's Row Enquiry
A new series and a new sleuth from Ann Purser-author of the Lois Meade mysteries!
Ivy Beasley, the beloved cantankerous spinster from the Lois Meade mysteries, has found a silver lining in her golden years as an amateur sleuth.
She teams up with Gus, a mysterious newcomer to the small English village of Barrington who can't resist a little excitement even as he strives to keep his past a secret, and her own cousin, a widow with time on her hands and money in her purse. Together they're determined to solve the murder of Gus's elderly neighbor.
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When a thoroughly unlikable woman is stabbed and killed in the village of Barrington, Ivy Beasley decides her murder needs to be investigated and that the police can't be trusted to handle the job ... Read full review
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