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Jess Castle and the Eyeballs of Death : A Jess Castle Investigation, for fans of The Thursday Murder Club, EPUB eBook

Jess Castle and the Eyeballs of Death : A Jess Castle Investigation, for fans of The Thursday Murder Club EPUB

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This is the most cheerful book about murder Ive ever read. If the writings of Agatha Christie and Peter Kay ever had a baby, I like to think it would read something like this The Bookbag

Welcome to Castle Kidbury - a pretty town in a green West Country valley. Itshome to all sorts of people, with all the stresses and joys of modern life, but with atown squareand a proper butchers. It also has, for our purposes, a rash of gory murders ...

Fast-paced and funny, this is a must-read forall fans of a classicmurder mystery - think The Vicar of Dibley meetsMidsomer Murders meetsMC Beaton'sAgatha Raisin meetsRichard Osmans The Thursday Murder Club!

Jess Castle is running away. Again. This time shes running back home, like she swore she never would.

Castle Kidbury, like all small towns, hums with gossip but now its plagued with murder of the most gruesome kind. Jess instinctively believes that the hippyish cult camped out on the edge of town are not responsible for the spate of crucifixions that blights the pretty landscape. Her father, a respected judge, despairs of Jess as she infiltrates the cult and manages, not for the first time, to get herself arrested.

Rupert Lawson, a schooldays crush whos now a barrister, bails her out. Jess ropes in a reluctant Rupert as she gatecrashes the murder investigation of DS Eden. A by-the-book copper, Eden has to admit that intuitive, eccentric Jess has the nose of a detective.

As the gory murders pile up, there's nothing to connect the victims. And yet, the clues are there if you look hard enough.

Fast-paced and funny, this is a must-read forall fans of a classicmurder mystery - think The Vicar of Dibley meetsMidsomer Murders meetsMC Beaton'sAgatha Raisin meetsRichard Osmans The Thursday Murder Club!

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