A body on the beach. Two poisoned cyclists. A dead man on Glastonbury Tor.

People in Exham on Sea love newcomer Libby Forest’s cakes, but hate her investigations into their past. In Murder on the Lighthouse, Murder on the Levels and Murder on the Tor, recently widowed Libby risks the wraSomerset v2(1)th of her Somerset neighbours to investigate a series of murders in the small close-knit seaside town.

Murder at the Lighthouse
Everyone in town knows the ageing rock star under the lighthouse, but only Libby seems to care how she died.

Murder on the Levels
Two cyclists die at a picnic. Did Frank the baker poison them, or could Libby’s chocolates be to blame?

Murder on the Tor
A sinister mist, a silent child, a string of ancient amber beads and a dead photographer on mysterious Glastonbury Tor set Libby on the trail of a present-day murder with roots deep in the past.

Love Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries, cosy crime, clever animals and cake? Then Murder in Somerset, containing three cosy crime tales set in a small English seaside town, is for you.

Join Libby, a giant sheepdog called Bear, an aloof marmalade cat and Mandy the teenage Goth, as they unravel every clue and solve the mysteries.

Here’s what readers are saying about the series:
This is a perfect short, cozy mystery.

It makes you wonder if English country villages are safe places to live. But I certainly would given half a chance.

With every book, I grow more fond of Libby and Exham; this time it already felt like coming home.

If you like Miss Marple this amateur sleuth will enthral you.


With a cast of local characters, including Mandy the teenage Goth and Detective Sergeant Joe Ramshore, Max’s estranged son, the green fields, rolling hills and sandy beaches of the West Country provide the perfect setting for crime, intrigue and mystery.

For lovers of Agatha Christie novels, Midsomer Murders, lovable pets and cake, the series offers a continuing supply of quick crime stories to read in one sitting, as Libby solves a mixture of intriguing mysteries and uncovers the secrets of the small town’s past.

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Murder at the Lighthouse: The First Exham on Sea Mystery

What would you do if you found a body under a lighthouse?

The body on the beach throws Libby Forest’s new life into turmoil. Everyone in town knows thMurder at the Lighthouse 3 dimensione dead woman under the lighthouse, but no one seems to care how or why she died.

Only Libby believes someone murdered the ageing rock-star.

Widowed, new to the Somerset seaside town, struggling to build a career baking cakes, Libby must break down the wall of resistance erected by the close-knit community.

One woman talks to Libby. Then she, too, dies…

Love Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries, cosy crime, clever animals and cake? Murder at the Lighthouse, the first in a fun series of mysteries set in a small English seaside town in Somerset, is for you.

Discover how Exham on Sea’s first female sleuth, helped by an enormous dog called Bear, unpicks every clue to solve the mystery.

What readers say about this series:
It makes you wonder if English country villages are safe places to live. But I certainly would given half a chance.

With eve
ry book, I grow more fond of Libby and Exham; this time it already felt like coming home.

If you like Miss Marple this amateur sleuth will enthral you.

This is a perfect short, cozy mystery.

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In Murder on the Levels, two cyclists die out on the Somerset Levels, and the Exham Murder on the Levels 3 dimensionbakery gets the blame. Libby Forest runs into danger as she sets out to solve the mystery. Read more…

 

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7 thoughts on “The Exham on Sea Mysteries

  1. Please tell me there are more than three books in this series! These are a great read and what a cozy mystery is really all about… Love them!

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  2. Thankyou for 3 fabulous books, love your characters, and plots, leave me guessing.can’t wait to read the next one

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  3. Thank you so much for your lovely comment, Vera. I’m thrilled to hear you’re enjoying the Exham on Sea stories, and I’m having fun planning Book Six in the series…

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