Summary

When Josie Welford settles in the idyllic West Country village of Kings Duncombe, she honestly believes she can bury her past. The widow of one of Britain’s most wanted criminals, she knows what it’s like to be an outsider and fervently wishes for a fresh start in life. But she soon finds herself on the wrong side of the locals and she begins to wonder just how far their threats will go.... A feisty and highly likeable character, Josie leads the listener through a tantalizingly twisted murder mystery to a deliciously rich ending.
©2005 Judith Cutler (P)2005 Isis Publishing Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By beba on 16-03-15

The food detective

The reader does well to bring out the personality of the main character Josie. A thoroughly good listen and book

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5 out of 5 stars
By JANE PRIOR on 26-01-15

Refreshingly different take on mystery novel

This novel is a refreshing change from hard boiled detective fiction. The characters are well developed and the main character who narrates the story is truly human and believable as both a pub landlord and sleuth. The pace of the story seems just right and the reader is spared from needless details to keep the story flowing and alive. A great read when you want a book you can pick up for an hour and use to switch off from work.

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