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Malice in the Cotswolds By Rebecca Tope

Malice in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope

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The isolated and somewhat unsettling village of Snowshill has Thea on edge as soon as she arrives, and Hyacinth House - her new, rather cluttered house-sitting assignment - does nothing to dispel such feelings. Soon enough, her intuition in this case proves to be right, and once again Thea becomes entangled in another mystery.

Malice in the Cotswolds Summary

Malice in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope

Thea Osborne, accompanied by her beloved spaniel Hepzie, has had her fair share of unfortunate occurrences while house-sitting. Her new assignment for the mysterious Yvonne Parker is no exception. The somewhat unsettling village of Snowshill has Thea on edge as soon as she arrives, and soon enough she becomes entangled in another horrifying murder. Thea, alongside friends Drew Slocombe and DS Sonia Gladwin, works to uncover a sinister plot, where seemingly separate lives are intertwined in strange and secretive relationships. A malicious web of suspects leads Thea through the lives of the villagers and their secrets, to London and beyond.

Malice in the Cotswolds Reviews

'Rich in psychological insight ... Tope is particularly skilled in creating interesting and unique characters, and Thea is one of her best' Deadly Pleasures

About Rebecca Tope

Rebecca Tope is the author of two major amateur sleuth murder mystery series, featuring Thea Osborne, house sitter in the Cotswolds and Persimmon Brown, Lake District florist. She is also the "ghost writer" of the novels based on the ITV series Rosemary and Thyme.

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Malice in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope
Used - Very Good
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