The Liar in the Library - Fethering Village Mysteries (Paperback)
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The Liar in the Library - Fethering Village Mysteries (Paperback)

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Fethering has everything a sleepy coastal town should: a snug English pub, cosy cottages, a little local library - and the occasional murder . . . Bestselling author Burton St Clair, complete with soaring ego and wandering hands, has come to town to give a talk. But after his corpse is found slumped in his car, he won't be leaving. Jude is the prime suspect; she was, after all, the last person to see Burton St Clair alive. If she is to prove her innocence, she will have to dust off her detective skills and recruit her prim and proper neighbour (and partner-in-sleuthing) Carole to find the real culprit.

Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781786894861
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 133 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 12 mm
Edition: Main


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A new Simon Brett is an event for mystery fans -- P. D. James
King of the witty village mystery * * Daily Telegraph * *
Simon Brett is one of British crime's most assured craftsmen, with idiosyncratic characters proving winning creations... A feast of red herrings, broadly drawn characters, and gentle thrills and spills litter the witty plot. Crime writing just like in the good old days, and perfect entertainment * * Guardian * *
Simon Brett writes the kind of good whodunits that could have been written fifty years ago... and he has a sly sense of humour * * Times * *
One of the wittiest crime writers around -- Antonia Fraser
One of the exceptional detective story writers around * * Telegraph * *
Few crime writers are so enchantingly gifted... as Simon Brett * * Sunday Times * *
'Murder most enjoyable . . . An author who never takes himself that seriously, and for whom any fictional murder can frequently form part of the entertainment industry' -- Colin Dexter
Deftly contrived, light-hearted mysteries * * Times * *

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“Cosy crime set in West Sussex - quite good if you like that type of book”

Burton St Clair, a successful author, is killed after a reading at a local library and Jude and Carol end up investigating this murder. I gather that this is the 18th book in this series of cosy crime thrillers but... More

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