There's nothing like a good read and a cup of hot tea in a cozy chair. To see what's
on offer here, click the links below. Ready for a fun Englsih mystery that involves village life? Candle for a Corpse could be just the right fit. And if you love Christmas season festivities, which are celebrated through January
6 in Europe, grab a cup of wassail and click on Snaps of England. Cheers
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Ebook now Available:
All Hallows Dead: A Berdie Elliott All Saints Mystery
How does a sixteenth century saint solve a twenty-first century mystery?
Are you the lovely Marilyn Leach I used to work with at the Hendon Times? If so, please call me on 07973862747, best wishes, Paul Trow
Sorry, Paul. I'm not that Marilyn, but she sounds lovely. Cheers
Just finished Enigma of Fire, I Loved it and am so anxious for the next book, and when will that be? The Berdie Elliot Mysteries are so much fun!
You are so welcome, Debra. And happy reading. Cheers
Oh that is great I will be watching for it Thank You
Debra, I just submitted "Message from the Deceased," a Berdie Elliott Saint's Day mystery to my publisher about 3 weeks ago. Hope it's in print by next year.
Marilyn, just love your photos. Au, how I'd love to visit merry old England some day!
November's a good time to travel there. I think you'd love it, Dena. Cheers
So med, is this where the book party is?Brad
Hey, Brad, sorry, but no. The book party was on Facebook. Oh well, there will be other opportunities, yeah?
Carol, it's just so fun to have you here. You'll be up all December. Cheers
Marilyn, thanks for letting me visit!
It's great fun to have you here. Love your book cover. Cheers
Zoe and readers, I'm so excited you've dropped by to see what's on offer with this fun story. I wish you a great read and a relaxing cup of tea. Cheers, Marilyn