A Season for Murder (Mitchell & Markby 2): A witty English village whodunit of m
It is with some trepidation that Meredith Mitchell returns to the Cotswolds. Yet she receives a kindly welcome, in particular from her old acquaintance Chief Inspector Markby and from her new neighbour Harriet Needham. But Meredith has barely got to know her neighbour when Harriet is involved in a fatal accident.
The Boxing Day Hunt leads to a hunt for a killer…
A Season for Murder is the second cosy and colourful English village mystery in Ann Granger’s Mitchell & Markby series. This thrilling whodunit will enthral fans of Colin Dexter, Agatha Christie and ITV’s Midsomer Murders.
‘A good feel for understated humour, a nice ear for dialogue’ The Times
It is with some trepidation that Meredith Mitchell returns to the Cotswolds: the Bamford district holds memories that, to put it generously, are bittersweet, and Christmas is a difficult time to find oneself a stranger in a new area. Yet she receives a kindly welcome, in particular from her old acquaintance Chief Inspector Markby and from her new neighbour Harriet Needham, a striking redhead with whom Meredith immediately feels a certain kinship.
But Meredith has barely got to know her neighbour when Harriet is involved in a shocking – and fatal – accident at the Boxing Day Hunt. Witnesses to the death are plentiful, for the incident occurred in Bamford’s crowded market square, and many are adamant it’s a case of murder. Chief Inspector Markby is inclined to agree, although he suspects the guilty party is not the most obvious one. Before long Meredith Mitchell begins, reluctantly, to think he might be right …
What readers are saying about A Season for Murder:
‘The writing is witty and engaging, the characters are well rounded and the reader is left wanting to know more about what might happen in the future to them’
‘The interplay between Mitchell and Markby and the clashes and stresses of their own lives nicely balances the intelligent plots‘
‘Really addictive. Very cleverly woven‘
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