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Descripción Paperback. Condición: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Warm and funny, with a neat and thoroughly satisfying solution Life may not begin at (nearly) sixty but it certainly takes some unexpected turns for golden girls Vivian and Edge, fellow residents at the slightly eccentric Grasshopper Lawns retirement village in Scotland, after the murder of an unpopular resident. Edge's niece is a sergeant in the local police force, and they are not only kept up to date, they start picking up clues that no-one thought to pass on to the authorities. The murder sparks off a lively investigation, friendships with bon vivant William (a vast and charming SF writer) and sardonic new neighbour Donald, and will be enjoyed by armchair detectives everywhere. This is the first in a cosy whodunit series set in the beautiful Firth of Forth area just north of Edinburgh. The next two books are already available on Kindle and will be in print shortly. An excerpt from the book: "So I was able to help after all?" Edge asked pointedly and Kirsty grinned at her over her cup of tea. 'Oh aye, Iain now calls you Jessica Fletcher, and he said I can tell you things within reason, and we can both sit back and wait for you to solve our cases. And that he'll be consulting you on one or two others, but I think he was joking.' 'All very well but we haven't solved this one yet.' Edge said briskly. 'I was told very emphatically by a policeperson I trust implicitly - well, you - that Mose was definitely not murdered.'. Nº de ref. del artículo: APC9781494242312
Descripción Paperback / softback. Condición: New. This item is printed on demand. New copy - Usually dispatched within 5-9 working days. Nº de ref. del artículo: C9781494242312