Friday, February 10, 2012

Murder Most Dreadful by Jacqueline Stirrup

Detective Sergeant Alfie Beckett of the London constabulary considers Mrs. Wren Coatsmith an unlikely sleuth. He's quite sure that having her help him in a murder investigation isn’t proper, the more so as the woman is so dashed attractive.

Alfie doesn’t know the half of it. Wren is a killer herself and disposed of her husband’s body in the Thames. Wren just hopes Alfie doesn't become too curious about her ex-husband. Indeed, if Alfie's going to investigate her, she hopes it will be her womanly attractions that interest him, not her dark past.

Author Jacqueline Stirrup is a member of the Blank Page Writers in Gravenhurst. (That's in Muskoka, for anyone who's weak on Ontario geography.)

Murder Most Dreadful is available from here.

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