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Downton Abbey crossed with Murder, She Wrote...set in a Yorkshire village! 

Evelyn Christie, the new Lady Northmoor, is looking forward to hosting the local village fete in the grounds of Hessleham Hall. 

However, the last thing she expects to see on the morning of the fete is the local Member of Parliament face down in the stream at the edge of the lawn! Evelyn and her husband, Tommy, are again called into action to find the dastardly murderer before he strikes again! 

If you enjoy the glamour of bygone eras like 1920s Downton Abbey and gently, cozy mysteries set in the English countryside, then you will love this new series.

©2020 Catherine Coles (P)2021 Catherine Coles

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  • julianne
  • 23-03-2021


The writing is very cluttered and the story is unoriginal. One or two characters are appealing but not at all believable. The narration is very annoying. I cannot stand the breathless high pitch voices of some of the female characters. I will return this book if possible.

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  • Laurie S
  • 11-03-2021


I was more engaged with the first one, but this one was still interesting despite a slow start. I will still look for more in this series as they are available.

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