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The second murderous installment of the Campbell and Carter Mysteries.

When old Monty discovers a dead body in his drawing room, it's up to Inspector Jess Campbell to get to the bottom of the mystery.

Monty is a recluse, holed up in his crumbling manor house being generally unpleasant to everyone, even those relatives he actually likes. When his family and locals claim they've never seen the murder victim before, Campbell smells a lie.

With the help of Superintendent Ian Carter, she will have to dig deep into the murky past of Monty and his family, all the way to the shocking truth.

©2011 Ann Granger (P)2019 Tantor

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good mystery BUT

I like the narration and the central theme but the story goes on and on plowing the v same field. you get the clues which lead to one character then the author introduces another Chace that drives v the sort in another direction. the sequence is repeated and repeated. it becomes tiresome.

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Intersting

I'll definitely pick up more in this series. The narration is excellent, although It's hard to hear the whispering parts, which are often internal thoughts.