A murder shocks the small town of Walden. And it’s only the beginning… Walden, 1921. Local reporter Iris Woodmore is determined to save her beloved lake, Waldenmere, from destruction. After a bloody and expensive war, the British Army can’t afford to keep the lake and build a convalescent home on its shores yet they still… Continue reading Murder at Waldenmere Lake by Michelle Salter
An Early Death BREAKING NEWS Mystery Woman was in the Earl of Rossex’s car when it crashed Reports are coming in that an unidentified woman was in the car that killed James Wilshire (24), the Earl of Rossex, when it crashed in Fenshire late on Tuesday evening and died from her injuries later in hospital.… Continue reading An Early Death by Helen Golding
Quilling Me Softly Meet the craft group swapping decoupage for deception and glues for clues… Violet Brewer is the owner of Rooney-at-Burrow’s charming wool shop, Brewer’s Loop, and the organiser of its weekly crafting group. Nothing much usually happens in the sleepy little English village. Until now. But when Sir Buster Burniston, much-loved owner of… Continue reading Quilling Me Softly by Nigel May – a very crafty cosy!
Blood on the Tyne: Red Snow (book 3 in the Rosie Robson series). A dead body. A hoard of forged banknotes. A gangster out for blood. Newcastle, December 1955. Returning home after a weekend away, singer and amateur sleuth Rosie Robson discovers a man lying on a baggage trolley with his throat cut. After the… Continue reading Blood on the Tyne: Red Snow by Colin Garrow
TV Chef Luca Mazza Dies After Collapse at Food Show on the King’s Private Estate Luca Mazza (38), who was taken ill during a food demonstration at the Fenn House Food and Wine Festival two days ago, is now known to have ingested poison. Lady Beatrice (36), the king’s niece, who is working on a… Continue reading Not Mushroom for Death by Helen Golden
Dead in Tune It’s nearly Christmas, a time for peace and goodwill. Or maybe not. First the house of a young Spanish family is burned down, and then a Dutch clog dancer is battered almost to death with his own footwear. On the night of the carol service, at which the Worldwide Friendship Club’s choir… Continue reading Publication Day for Dead In Tune, by me!
The Word is Love Lucky in life but unlucky in love, Lucy Greenfield owns a successful carriage business along with her best friend Max, and they have never been busier since their shire horses gained fame from their roles in the hit movie A Little in Love. Too busy for romance, Lucy is surprisingly swept… Continue reading The Word is Love by Florence Keeling
The No-Hopers Christmas Club As warming as a mince pie and a glass of sherry, these eighteen festive-themed shorts are just waiting to be unwrapped. A lonely dog shelter volunteer battles to find new homes for her long-time canine residents while realising her own future is just as uncertain. As the new year approaches, can… Continue reading The No-Hopers Christmas Club by Geraldine Ryan
An Ear for Trouble Elise Butler is a wildlife biologist who enjoys her stable (if somewhat predictable) job in finance at the World Wildlife Trust. However, when the veterinarian at Riverbend Animal Conservation Center goes missing, Elise offers to help the unlucky wildlife Conservation Center get back on its feet. Not only will the job… Continue reading An Ear for Trouble by K T Lee
Synopsis Is the wedding between Sir Hewitt Willoughby-Franklin’s step-daughter and billionaire’s son off? Rumours are that the recent death of Kelley Lindsell (29), the personal chef of tycoon Rudy (68) and Sheri Trotman (65) at Sir Hewitt’s Fawstead Manor country estate in Fenshire, has spooked Sybil Bransgrove (36) so badly she’s considering cancelling her nuptials.… Continue reading For Richer, For Deader by Helen Golden