Penny is tired of the rat race. She has retired (semi she hopes) to rural Lincolnshire. Everyone knows her as
the Londoner. They also seem to know each other's business. It sounds quirky and quaint, but not I think if you
have things to hide and value your privacy!
Penny is a bit brash. She has not learnt the policy of thinking and speaking, it just comes out of her mouth.
She acts first and thinks of the consequences later. All with genuinely good intentions and in this case, coming
across a dead body in a field, Penny thinks she gets first dibs on finding who the killer is.
The local Police constabulary seem very kind, very patient with her poking about in what is obviously police business
but other than a gentle warning or two, she is left on her own and hence she tries and succeeds in uncovering the
Told in a light hearted vein, this was slightly different to the other English village murder mysteries I've read.
Different but interesting.
A free download from Amazon who still do not allow me to post reviews! Sorry Issy Brooks.
A quaint English cozy mystery is great for long winter days! Too bad about your not being able to post your reviews on Amazon. Are you able to post on Goodreads!ReplyDelete
You've piqued my interest!ReplyDelete
That is crazy that Amazon allows you to buy their books but not review them! This sounds fun for a lighter mystery.ReplyDelete
This sounds fun - a bit like the Agatha Raisin mysteries. Amazon doesn't allow me to post reviews on their site either. So annoying!ReplyDelete
This sounds like a good one. Living in a small town always sounds so idyllic is cozies--although not so much when there are so many murders.ReplyDelete
Why do quaint English murder mysteries appeal to me so much ha ha ??ReplyDelete