Book Review: A Fowl Murder - Joanna Sheen & Julia Wherrell
Sharing a quick review of A Fowl Murder the next installment in Swaddlecombe Mysteries by Joanna Sheen and Julia Wherrell.
The Swaddlecombe Series so far (picture from Amazon)
Victoria and Albert continue their sleuthing in the third installment of the Swaddlecombe Mysteries. An old friend, Caroline Peacock, of Victoria's turns up in Swaddlecombe but she soon discovers this isn't the quiet little idyll she thought it was when her party turns in to a whodunit! The death of Victoria's chickens is put down to a chicken's arch enemy the fox, but then the human murders start to mount up, the village gossip goes rife and the pub ends up with a big hole in the wall!
Book 3 (picture from Amazon)
I thoroughly enjoyed books 1 and 2 of this series and book 3 was even better! These cosy murder mysteries are a delight to read and totally absorbing. It's very easy to immerse yourself in this little Devonshire village and mingle with the characters. For instance I'm always eager to know what Edwin will make of a situation and what humorous quotes the triplets will come out with. Of course I've been totally won over by Albert's charm and down to earth attitude.
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