Sorrow on Sunday

Sorrow on Sunday

Book - 2007
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The new Lois Meade mystery - A spate of equestrian thefts has hit Long Farnden. Lois Meade agrees to listen out for any incriminating rumours. Once again, Lois proves herself invaluable to Chief Inspector Hunter Cowgill, but things take a more dangerous turn when she finds herself a prime target . . . The trail leads Lois into the world of horse racing, which it becomes clear, holds more secrets and sorrow than youd ever imagine...
Publisher: Sutton ; New York : Severn House, 2007.
Edition: First world edition
ISBN: 9780727865106
0727865102
Branch Call Number: M PURSER A
Characteristics: 218 pages ; 23 cm.

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Ann Purser (thanks to my curiosity) is my favorite in the murder-mystery genre, not that I really indulge in such books very often.

I'm aware of authors like Agatha Christie and I tried reading Ruth Rendell but Ann Purser is more accessible for me than Ruth. Ann reminds me of Maeve Binchy for her knack in making characters and situations interesting, even in small towns or villages.

The settings in England(?) and the life lived there also draws me in.

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B_Mammen
Jun 26, 2010

This English village mystery is one of the Lois Meade mystery series. Lois is a working-class heroine who acts as eyes and ears for Chief Inspector Cowgill.

The author has written books for each day of the week in their titles.

An enjoyable read - hard to put down !

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