What happens when small-town murder meets a big-hearted café owner?
St. Eves is a town with real community spirit.
It's a town where residents leave their doors open from sunrise to sunset so that neighbours can pop in for a cup of tea and a chat. No one's ever too busy for a cup of tea and a chat in St Eves.
However, when a stranger is murdered, the residents of the small community close ranks--and their doors--as the hunt for a killer gathers pace.
Desperate for a return to carefree, small-town life, inquisitive café owner Charlotte Denver reluctantly becomes involved in the hunt, and uncovers a shocking plot that rocks the bustling coastal town to its core, and a twist in the tale that no one saw coming. Small town murder was never so calculated...
Come and solve the mystery, and have a little fun along the way, with engaging characters, a little romance, and recipes to try for yourself. And you can settle back for a flinch-free read, because you won't find any strong language, graphic violence, sex or pesky cliffhangers!
This book was written using British English spelling and terminology.
I throughly enjoyed reading this mystery. The story moved along well. The characters all had interesting personalities. And, the plot wasn’t too complex. I thought I had it figured out but then changed my mind after the plot twisted a little. Good reading!
This is a really good book.
First, the author is a really good writer. Second, she has presented credible characters and a very good plot. Third, unlike the formulaic junk that passes for mystery novels these days, there are very few stereotypes. I enjoyed this book very much.
Good writing and character development. Well edited. If you are going to push lgbtq agenda then please put it in your description.