Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver

After 5 years Amory Ames wonders if she made the right choice in husbands. Milo is a charming playboy, content to spend his time in pursuits other than being with Amory. When Gil Trent, the man she threw over for Milo, asks for her help in dissuading his sister from marriage to charmer Rupert Howe, …

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An Invitation to Die By Barbara Cleverly

Cambridge post-WWI, and an unidentified man is found strangled in a graveyard by Detective Inspector John Redfyre of Cambridge CID. Dressed in a military great coat, with an unusual invitation from the “Amici Apicii” found in the pocket. DI Redfyre investigates to determine the motive and the identity of the killer. Is there a connection …

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The Missing Corpse by Jean-Luc Bannalec

The Missing Corpse sees the return of Commissaire Georges Dupin in another turn through Brittany. Dupin is called in when a body is reported to have been found. Once at the scene, no one can find the body. The only witness, and reporter of the crime…an aging actress with a sketchy memory. When a real …

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Remembering the Dead by Elizabeth J. Duncan

In 1917 a bardic chair was posthumous awarded to the winning poet of the National Eisteddfod of Wales. The winner's chair was draped in a black, became known at the Black Chair.  Remembering the Dead opens with Penny Brannigan hearing the story of the chair, which is now a national treasure. When the chair goes …

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