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Crisis in the Cotswolds

#16 Thea Osborne

Rebecca Tope (Author)

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Allison & Busby
03 June 2019
Fiction & Literature; Crime & mystery
Thea and Drew have been married for a year and are settled in the village of Broad Campden, but Thea is chafing at the domestic routines she is expected to devote herself to, missing the novelty and adventure that house-sitting used to bring. When a routine burial exposes the secrets of the deceased, Drew finds himself caught in the middle of a family feud, in which he feels he is on the wrong side, and Thea's inquisitiveness and penchant for solving crimes draws her in too. With another crisis at Drew's other business leaving him with a profound dilemma and Thea struggling against the charismatic charms of a new man, can their marriage survive this latest Cotswold drama?
By:   Rebecca Tope (Author)
Imprint:   Allison & Busby
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   16
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
ISBN:   9780749023386
ISBN 10:   0749023384
Series:   Cotswold Mysteries
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   03 June 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Rebecca Tope is the author of three bestselling crime series, set in the stunning Cotswolds, Lake District and West Country. She lives on a smallholding in rural Herefordshire, where she enjoys the silence and plants a lot of trees, but also manages to travel the world and enjoy civilisation from time to time. Most of her varied experiences and activities find their way into her books, sooner or later.

Reviews for Crisis in the Cotswolds (#16 Thea Osborne)

...the Cotswold setting will appeal to readers who enjoy cozy village mysteries. --Publishers Weekly Local police are willing to draw again on the mystery-solving skills Thea's already demonstrated (Peril in the Cotswolds) to help connect Juliet's death to a plausible suspect. --Kirkus Reviews


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