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Bones Under the Beach Hut

Narrated by: Simon Brett
Series: Fethering Village Mysteries, Book 12
Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins
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The affluent seaside resort of Smalting is unaccustomed to crime. So when human remains are found beneath the floorboards of a beach hut, the community is awash with suspicion. Amateur sleuths Carole Seddon and best friend Jude are drawn into the mystery, and their suspicion quickly falls on attractive Philly Rose, a young Londoner newly arrived in the area, whose boyfriend has recently vanished. 

Meanwhile, Kelvin Southwest, caretaker of Smalting’s beach huts, seems to be hiding a dark secret while Reginald Flowers, pompous president of the Smalting Beach Hut Association, becomes increasingly defensive about his own history. When the bones under the beach hut are identified, the ghosts of the past are painfully reawakened, and long-hidden secrets begin to surface.

©2011 Simon Brett (P)2011 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • Trevelyan
  • 27-05-2020

Not my favourite

Once again it was great to visit Feathering and meet up with two of my favourite lady sleuths, Carol and Jude. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the books in this series so far and I did enjoy this one too but.........
I hadn't expected the slightly darker subject matter which was not easy to drift off to sleep with and I didn't really feel that I learnt anything more about Carol or Jude. The gradual unfolding of their past lives and revealing of their personalities are things that really draw me to this series.
However, I look forward with pleasure to the next story.