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Bonfire of the Calamities

By: Kim M. Watt
Narrated by: Patricia Gallimore
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Miriam has never exactly seen eye-to-eye with her sister. But when a body's dumped on the doorstep of a Women's Institute meeting and all signs point to Rainbow, Miriam knows her sister's being framed.

Going to the police would be the smart move, but Rainbow's got her own reasons for avoiding them. Before long she's on the run, trusting to Miriam and the W.I. to clear her name. The killer's left nothing to chance, though, and Rainbow's in more danger than she realises - and she's dragging the others right in with her.

Between rogue wildlife, clothing-optional informants, and Rainbow's own team of obstinate rebels, the W.I. are in a desperate race to dig up the truth. But Miriam's not backing down. This is family, and she's going to see this case through. Not even the dragons can stop her.

The killer might, though...

©2023 Kim M. Watt (P)2023 Isis Audio

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