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Murder is in the air in the small Devon village of Gipping-on-Plym when hedge-jumping champ Dave Randall accuses Jack Webster, Dave’s archenemy of attempting to sabotage his life-long dream of competing at the upcoming European Games. But journalist Vicky is used to Dave’s histrionics and turns a blind eye to Dave’s cries for help.
After all, she has bigger fish to fry—namely the mysterious death of worm charming diva, Ruth Reeves, whose sudden inheritance has made her very unpopular with old friends and neighbors alike.
But when Jack Webster ends up dead, too, there seems to be a strange connection between the pair, and Dave becomes the prime suspect. When Dave claims he’s framed for not just one death, but two, Vicky believes he just might be wrongly … Accused!
If that wasn’t enough, Vicky is in a dilemma. Having been the reluctant recipient of a pair of stolen Georgian urns, it looks like the jig will soon be up for her. Vicky must decide whether she should protect her dad’s identity as The Fog or be accused of the crime herself. And, with arch nemesis Annabel hot on her trail, Vicky needs to keep her wits about her all the time.
And what’s with the handsome police officer—is Vicky falling for him? What will her dodgy burglar dad think about that?
You won’t want to miss the latest Vicky Hill adventure—full of humour, quirky characters and a mystery to solve.
Hannah Dennison is author of the Honeychurch Hall mysteries and the Vicky Hill mysteries, both set in Devon, England. She has been an obituary reporter, antique dealer, private jet flight attendant and Hollywood story analyst. Hannah originally moved to Los Angeles from England to pursue screenwriting and now lives in Portland, Oregon. She continues to teach mystery writing at the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program and works for a west coast advertising agency.
Publication date: 5 November, 2015
Available from Amazon in Canada, UK and US on Kindle.
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