An Autumn Mystery That Celebrates the Season
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How does a sixteenth-century saint solve a twenty-first century crime?
Join Berdie Elliott in her search for truth amidst the ruins of Criswell Abbey where the secrets of the past dwell.
North England visit turns mystifying when Berdie Elliott, sleuth extraordinaire, becomes involved in beguiling circumstances that spell murder. From a landed family to the local pub, a centuries old legend of a departed churchman permeates a small village.
What Berdie uncovers will turn residents, along with the legend, upside-down.
Enigma of Fire will set your curiosity ablaze Don't miss out.
A Whodunit with explosive action in a small English village
Enigma of Fire
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No divine gifts are going spare in the
English village of Aidan Kirkwood when Berdie Elliott fans the flames to demystify the Enigma of Fire.
As the season of
Pentecost approaches, Hugh Elliott, Aidan Kirkwood’s village vicar, prepares for the Whitsun Long Weekend Regatta by inviting former military
colleagues to compose a rowing team for the boat race. But one amongst them is in a problematic explosion that puts Berdie Elliot, Hugh’s wife and gifted sleuth, right in it. The shock of the blast sends her whirling, and when the Yard arrives,
fingers point to a profiled suspect, igniting village fears. Can Berdie recapture investigative brilliance, sift the ashes, and ascertain who’s responsible? Can the enigma of fire be laid bare?
Ascension Means Celebration
So let's read a cozy mystery that sizzles with small English village vibrancy
the Clouds: A Berdie Elliott Ascension Mystery
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celebration balloons are not the only thing vanishing into mid-air in the small English village of Aidan Kirkwood. Someone's gone missing! You'll enjoy reading this whodunit, the third in the Berdie Elliott mystery series. Following an Ascension
Sunday procession, it's discovered someone has disappeared: an attractive, well-to-do widow. Berdie doesn't let this mystery out of sight until she has the full truth in clear view.
In years past, many churches in England celebrated Ascension Sunday with processions, sometimes from one town to the next, that featured musical instruments, singers, and congregants marching joyfully
along. This mystery picks up that tradition as seen in a rural church of modern day England. Though fictional, it's rich with historical precedants.
HAVE A JOLLY FUN READ
Lastingham church graveyard
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From the Grave: A Berdie Elliott Lenten Mystery
A skeleton is unearthed in
the church back garden in the small English village of Aidan Kirkwood. How did it get there? Berdie Elliott digs into the truth.
Up from the Grave is a jolly good romp.
If British mysteries are your cup of tea, the teapot's brimming in Up from the Grave. Berdie Elliott, the intrepid vicar's wife, digs into the
mystery concerning the remains found in a shallow grave in the church's back garden. The village buzzes with questions. Who is this person? How did they get there? And the primary concern, who put them there? It becomes even
more adventurous when an unknown contessa visits the site. And how does Swithy Hall come into play? The Upland Arms, the local, is alive with gossip. Fingers point, tongues wag, but Berdie gets to the bottom of the truth.
Enigma of Fire is a must-read this summer.
ENIGMA OF FIRE:
A BERDIE ELLIOTT PENTECOST MYSTERY
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Released previously as Advent of a Mystery
A BRITISH CHRISTMAS MYSTERY TO WARM YOUR WINTER
Who would guess that an Advent wreath is the guiding light for solving a mysterious death in a small English village?
When Berdie Elliott, the local vicar's wife and former investigative reporter gets the scent, you can count on detection at its very best and not just a few surprises as well. Though her husband often
disaprooves, Berdie's divine gift for sorting truth from lies cannot be denied and puts her right in it. Along with her best friend, Lillie, far more than packages are unwrapped when an Advent party at the vicarage goes awry and murder rocks the
village. Lively newcomers, secret identities, a clandestine wedding and a dissenting constable add to the adventure. Berdie, to the delight of the entire village, ties up the mystery like a bright Christmas bow. Mince pies anyone?
Candle for a Corpse is Pelican Publishing's re-release of Advent of a Mystery with a few bells and whistles.
Hello to friends at the signing.
Hi there, and thanks to all of you who came to
Barnes and Noble in
for the book signing that benefited the Botanical Gardens. Special
cudos to all who purchased books. Have a fun read.
We had fun at the Denver Tea Room Booklover's Tea. Wonderful food and author-reader exchanges that enriched everyone in attendance.
All books are available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and other brick and morter stores by order.
Threads of Love, the Colorado stories in the Romancing America Series is now available on line and in book stores. I stepped into the romance world to
write a romance mystery and joined three other authors to write a compilation. Hope you enjoy it. Visit the Romancing America website for more information
For those of you followed my blog book tour, thank you so much. I hope you enjoyed it. I had fun doing it. Cheers
Advent of a Mystery, my first book, introduced to the world the British vicar's wife sleuth, Berdie Elliott. It's a mystery that
takes place at Advent and involves the entire village. When a spinster dies in dark circumstances, the whole of the village, and a few visitors, enter into the fray until the perpetrator is found out. This story was well recieved getting 41/2
stars customer rating on Amazon
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