Murder at the Cathedral
The respectable ladies of the Knitters’ Guild plan a surprise for the cathedral city. The surprise isn’t meant to include murder…
Besides, the last thing Libby Forest needs is another murder inquiry. She’s already struggling with the demands of her cake and chocolate business and trying to understand Mandy the Goth’s strange behaviour. Max urges her to make a difficult decision and Bear, the enormous sheepdog, causes havoc in the gentle surroundings of the beautiful, tiny cathedral city.
Libby vows to resist the temptation to investigate a sudden death in the cathedral, until her friend Angela falls under suspicion…
Love murder mysteries, cosy crime, dogs, crafts and chocolate? You’ll enjoy this instalment in a fun series of mysteries, set in a small English seaside town in Somerset, full of quirky charm and eccentric inhabitants, with a female protagonist torn between her independence and a new, enticing career as a private investigator.
The fourth story in the Exham on Sea series takes Libby to Wells Cathedral, where an unusual chained library protects ancient and valuable books. When a visiting scholar dies Libby plans to leave investigation to the police, but despite her intentions, loyalty to a friend overcomes her resistance, and she’s sets out to find the killer.
With a cast of indefatigable knitters, a lively Exham on Sea grapevine and a missing cat, the green fields, rolling hills, and sandy beaches of the West Country are a perfect setting for crime, intrigue and mystery.
For lovers of Agatha Christie novels, Midsomer Murders, lovable pets and cake, the series offers quick crime stories to read in one sitting, as Libby and her friends solve a mix of intriguing mysteries.