Even quaint and cozy English villages have a dark side . . .
Location scout and Jane Austen aficionado, Kate Sharp, is thrilled when the company she works for lands the job of finding locations for a new film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, but then her boss fails to return from a scouting trip to England. Kate travels to England to salvage the company’s reputation.
Things go from bad to worse when Kate arrives in Nether Woodsmoor, a quaint village of golden stone cottages and rolling green hills, only to find no trace of her boss. Even the rumpled, easygoing local scout they consulted, Alex, doesn’t know where he might be.
Increasingly worried about her boss and with an antsy director waiting for updates about the preproduction details, Kate embarks on a search that includes a pub-crawl and cozy cottages as well as stately country manors. But with no sign of her boss, she begins to suspect that the picturesque village and beautiful countryside may not be as idyllic as they seem.
Death in the English Countryside is the first installment of the popular Murder on Location cozy mystery series from USA Today bestseller Sara Rosett.
MURDER ON LOCATION SERIES:
Book One - Death in the English Countryside
Book Two - Death in an English Cottage
Book Three - Death in a Stately Home
Book Four - Death in an Elegant City
Book Five - Menace at the Christmas Market (Novella)
Book Six - Death in an English Garden
Book Seven - Death at an English Wedding
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I enjoyed the book. The connection to Pride and Prejudice is woven lightly into the story and I look forward to reading more.
Slow moving story , but enjoyable
This book was a little hard to read at times. It got too slow in places while explaining details and the thought processes of characters.
I enjoyed the ending, and the information on what everybody did next.