Murder At the Lighthouse

Murder At the Lighthouse Book Details

By Frances Evesham

  • Category: Mysteries & Thrillers, Books, Women Sleuths, Cozy, British Detectives, Fiction & Literature, Nonfiction, Family & Relationships, Reference, Police Procedural, Social Science, Lifestyle & Home, Pets, Cookbooks, Food & Wine
  • Type: ebook
  • Release Date: 2020-05-11
  • Author: Frances Evesham
  • Book Ratings: 4/5 (95 User Reviews)
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Murder At the Lighthouse Summary

Have you ever found a body on the beach? Recently widowed Libby Forest arrives in the small coastal town of Exham-on-Sea, keen to start a new life baking cakes and designing chocolates.
Walking on the beach one stormy autumn day, Libby and excitable Springer Spaniel ‘Shipley’ discover a dead body under the lighthouse. Convinced the death was no accident, Libby teams up with Max Ramshore, an attractive local resident, and Bear, a huge sheepdog, to confront indifference from the community and unmask the killer.
Murder at the Lighthouse is the first in a series of Exham-on-Sea Murder Mysteries set at the small English seaside town full of quirky characters, sea air and gossip.
If you love Agatha Christie-style mysteries, cosy crime, clever dogs and cake, then you'll love these intriguing whodunnits.

THE EXHAM-ON-SEA MURDER MYSTERIES:
1. Murder at the Lighthouse
2. Murder on the Levels:
3. Murder on the Tor:
4. Murder at the Cathedral
5. Murder at the Bridge
6. Murder at the Castle
7. Murder at the Gorge
Here's what readers are saying about the series: 'This is a perfect short, cosy mystery.'

'It makes you wonder if English country villages are safe places to live. But I certainly would given half a chance.'

'Frances Evesham has invented an array of lively village personalities to get in Libby's way from her Goth teenage lodger to the pompous chair of the women's group or the rude but kindly garage proprietor."

'With every book, I grow more fond of Libby and Exham.'

'If you like Miss Marple this amateur sleuth will enthral you.'

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