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If you enjoyed Midsomer Murders, you will love Rose Temple's Neighbourhood Watch series! Perfect for fans of Betty Rowlands, Faith Martin and Helen Cox.

The sleepy village of Little Cote was meant to be a quieter pace of life for ex-Met PC Jemima Cotton. But she soon discovers, here a petty rivalry can erupt into full-blown murder . . .

Police Officer Jemima Cotton expected Little Cote to be a quieter pace of life. But, unlike London, everyone knows everyone, and beyond the cake sales and coffee mornings, tea parties and village fetes, the neighbours aren't all the best of friends . . .

When Jemima is unpacking her mugs and teabags in her new home on Foxglove Close, she's called to attend her first murder investigation. She's excited, until she discovers it's only a few doors down from her. And she hasn't even met her new neighbours yet! As she steps out of her house in full uniform, Jemima can feel the eyes on the back of her neck, and she can see the curtains and blinds twitching.

But the crucial question is why did the lonely gentleman at the end of the road get murdered, eating dinner alone at his garden table, tucking into a new bottle of Chablis? As she digs deeper into the murder, Jemima discovers that here in Little Cote, underneath the surface, tensions bubble away . . . and the smallest vendetta can erupt into full blown murder.

Real Readers LOVE The Murders at Foxglove Close:

'A thoroughly enjoyable bedtime read . . . a single sitting page-turner'

'A glorious dollop of pure escapism . . . Wholly enjoyable, relaxing and entertaining'

'The witty humour, lighthearted mystery, idiosyncratic characters and beautiful rural setting help bring both the story and the characters to life. Highly recommended'

'Excellent start for a new cozy series . . . Highly recommended'

If you enjoyed The Murders at Foxglove Close, the second instalment Death on the Doorstep is available to pre-order now! Out on July 15th!

Mysteries & Thrillers
June 17
Hodder & Stoughton
Hachette Digital, Inc.

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