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Berried Alive (Manor House Mystery Book 6) Kate Kingsbury

Berried Alive (Manor House Mystery Book 6)

Kate Kingsbury

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Released for the First Time on Kindle, the sixth book in the fabulous Manor House Mystery Series by Kate Kingsbury, the bestselling author of the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries!Enthralling mystery, lots of laughter and a little bit of romance – that’sMoreReleased for the First Time on Kindle, the sixth book in the fabulous Manor House Mystery Series by Kate Kingsbury, the bestselling author of the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries!Enthralling mystery, lots of laughter and a little bit of romance – that’s village life in wartime England….Left with only a muddle-headed butler, a bossy cook/housekeeper and a couple of energetic maids, Lady Elizabeth Hartleigh Compton has enough problems on her hands. Not only is she struggling to upkeep the sprawling Manor House and vast acres she inherited, she must also take care of her numerous tenants, while coping with the inconveniences and sacrifices of wartime England. Fortunately Sitting Marsh is far removed from the bombing going on in London and other cities. That doesn’t mean that peace prevails in the tiny village. There’s the handsome American major who takes over the Manor House for officers’ quarters, and the group of belligerent housewives determined to take on the German invaders, not to mention a murder or two…Lovers of Agatha Christie’s books will find much to enjoy in this tale of intrigue and laughter in an English village, and Emily Brightwell fans will fall in love with the offbeat characters of Sitting Marsh.BERRIED ALIVEAmerican servicemen billeted nearby the village of Sitting Marsh are dropping like flies – four of them dead already. All had spent their last night in the local pub, all were red-headed and all were poisoned. Tortured by her forbidden feelings for Major Earl Monroe, Elizabeth welcomes the distraction, but she has to work fast – before another Yank dies on English soil.