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Have A Heart. Twisted Gemini. Battered to Death. Deadly Focus. Mysterious Pitkirtly. The Corpse with the Silver Tongue. Cathy Ace. Driven to it. A Reformed Character. The Coniston Case. Rebecca Tope. Strawberries and Sheep.

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The Skeleton Garden. The Woolly Murders. The Quartermain Mysteries. Daphne Coleridge. Dirty Deeds in Downdene. And Then She Was Bad. Murder in the Midi. Murder and The Pantomime Cat. Lesley Cookman. Death Plays a Part. A Case of Crime. Marsali Taylor. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.

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This book as all the others that I have read are very good and have the ability to want you to keep reading. Not being a writer myself I find it difficult to explain my true passion for reading Lesley Cooking books so my advice to anyone is to read them for yourself. The twelfth book in the Libby Sarjeant series of British murder mysteries which features a retired actress as the female sleuth and are based in the picturesque village of Steeple Martin.

With the owners not in residence, the only people with legitimate access are the caretaker, Johnny, and landscape gardeners Adam Sarjeant and his employer, Mog. Afraid of her son falling under suspicion, Libby Sarjeant, with her friend Fran, are determined to find the murderer, with or without the assistance of the police in the person of Chief Detective Inspector Ian Connell.

Murder in the Monastery. Libby Sarjeant is invited to look into the provenance of a jewelled Anglo-Saxon reliquary which has appeared on a website. And then, inevitably, a real body is discovered, and Libby and her friend Fran find out that this is not the first.

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Murder by Magic. Libby Sarjeant and her friend Fran Wolfe are asked to look into the sudden and unexplained death of a devoted churchgoer.

The police appear to have lost interest, but the villagers are certain that their new lady vicar has something to do with it! But if it is murder, how was it done? Could it be - magic? Murder at the Manor. Despite interference from Special Branch, Libby and her psychic friend Fran follow the trail to beautiful Cranborne Chase in search of a very devious murderer. Murder to Music. Libby Sarjeant and her friend Fran are invited by Fran's creative writing tutor to investigate a house that is reputedly haunted.

For once, Libby can be as nosy as she likes without ploughing straight into a murder investigation, for the only deaths here appear to have occured over a hundred years ago. But perhaps someone alive today doesn't want Libby to continue? And if so, will she be safe? Website design by. Murder Imperfect. The seventh title in the Libby Sarjeant series finds her distracted from involvement with her local pantomime by her friend Harry, who asks her to help a friend of his who has been receiving threatening letters.

At first she believes it to be a simple case of prejudice, but soon Libby uncovers links to particularly nasty crimes in the past, revelations that have catastrophic results. Murder in the Green. The sixth in the Libby Sarjeant series sees Libby and her friend Fran involved in the strange rituals of the local Morris Men, when one of them is found dead on May Day and another seems to have vanished into thin air.

Libby goes out of her comfort zone as far as Cornwall in search of the solution, which, in the end, is found much closer to home, turning out to be the most unpleasant case she has dealt with yet.

Murder in Bloom. What he doesn't expect is to uncover a long buried corpse. Libby, naturally, wants to know more about it, but the police aren't going to tell her, and with her friend Fran's mind on other things, she has to go it alone, with interesting and possibly catastrophic results. Murder at the Laurels. Could it have been murder? When old Eeanor Bridges dies on her birthday at The Laurels nursing home, no-one except her niece, Fran Castle, suspects anything. But when the will goes missing, and Fran s newly discovered relatives appear to be doing everything in their power to obstruct investigations, she enlists the help of her friend Libby Sarjeant.

Together, they uncover sinister events in the past, greed and elements of witchcraft, all of which provide a multiplicity of motives, and it isn t until a second body is discovered that the murderer is unmasked.