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A Deception at Thornecrest By Ashley Weaver

A Deception at Thornecrest by Ashley Weaver

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With her husband away on business, Amory Ames is alone at her country house Thornecrest, preparing for the arrival of their baby. When a woman appears also claiming to be Milo's wife, Amory is sure there must be a mistake, but with secret identities, whirlwind romances, and a murder, suddenly events are spiralling out of control.

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A Deception at Thornecrest: A stylishly evocative whodunnit by Ashley Weaver

Amory Ames is enjoying the calm of her country house, Thornecrest, before the imminent arrival of her first child, while her husband, Milo, is away on business. Yet her period of relaxation is disrupted when a stranger appears on her doorstep, also claiming to be Milo's wife. Though Amory's marriage has had its ups and downs in the past, she is convinced the woman is mistaken. However, when a second unexpected visitor arrives, secret identities and whirlwind romances appear to be par for the course. Then, when a body is discovered, events take a sinister turn, and Amory resolves to uncover the killer in the crowd.

About Ashley Weaver

Ashley Weaver is a librarian and has worked in libraries since she was 14. Her debut novel, Murder at the Brightwell, was nominated for the Edgar Best First Novel Award. She lives in the USA.

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A Deception at Thornecrest: A stylishly evocative whodunnit by Ashley Weaver
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