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THE MISSING MASTERPIECE a cozy murder mystery full of twists Kindle Edition
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I adore the Dorothy Martin books. Great stories, well written, fun travel adventures . . . may there be many more!” Kaylo
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Will leave you wanting more!” Amazon reader
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I always clear my day so I can read these books in one sitting.” Cynthia
“A spritely travelogue . . . Dorothy and Alan are a clever pair whose adventures always charm.” Kirkus
Dark dealings are afoot within the ancient walls of Mont-Saint-Michel, France.
One tourist is missing.
Another strayed on to dangerous ground — quicksand — and barely escaped with her life.
And the streets are abuzz with strange rumours.
Everyone is saying there’s a priceless medieval manuscript to be found here. A rare prize for whoever lays hands on it first.
Could everything that’s happening be traced back to this book?
If anyone can piece it all together, it’s plucky Dorothy Martin. She is sojourning on the Mont and never could resist a mystery.
But is her snooping about to lead her into mortal danger?
Perfect for fans of Stella Cameron, Faith Martin, Agatha Christie, Frances Evesham, Betty Rowlands, or M.C. Beaton.
READERS LOVE THE DOROTHY MARTIN MYSTERIES:
“Hugely entertaining, gentle mystery with a likeable protagonist.” Intheamazone
“Dorothy is a dear.” New York Times
“If you’re a classic mystery lover, you’re sure to enjoy the books of Jeanne M. Dams. Her characters, settings and stories have a depth not often seen in this sub-genre.” Mystery News
“Kept me guessing right to the end.” Stack Reviews
“A cozy as comforting as a hot cup of tea and as deliciously spicy as one of Dorothy’s mince pies.” Publishers Weekly
Dorothy Martin, sixtyish widow from Indiana and retired schoolteacher, moves to England shortly after her husband dies. A move they had planned to make together. Like the author, she has a taste for fabulous hats.
DOROTHY MARTIN MYSTERY SERIES
Book 1: THE BODY IN THE TRANSEPT
Book 2: TROUBLE IN THE TOWN HALL
Book 3: HOLY TERROR IN THE HEBRIDES
Book 4: MALICE IN MINIATURE
Book 5: THE VICTIM IN VICTORIA STATION
Book 6: KILLING CASSIDY
Book 7: TO PERISH IN PENZANCE
Book 8: SINS OUT OF SCHOOL
Book 9: WINTER OF DISCONTENT
Book 10: A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT
Book 11: THE EVIL THAT MEN DO
Book 12: THE CORPSE OF ST JAMES’S
Book 13: MURDER AT THE CASTLE
Book 14: SHADOWS OF DEATH
Book 15: DAY OF VENGEANCE
Book 16: THE GENTLE ART OF MURDER
Book 17: BLOOD WILL TELL
Book 18: SMILE AND BE A VILLAIN
Book 19: THE MISSING MASTERPIECE
More books coming soon!
About the Author
- ASIN : B0983SX42T
- Publisher : Joffe Books crime thriller and cozy mystery (27 June 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 994 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 230 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 80,746 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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All this despite the fact that she constantly complains about the pain in her artificial knees, probably caused by the excess weight accrued as a result of her unrelenting lust for food, and has an unfortunate penchant for tumbling down almost every flight of hard stone steps of marble stairs she comes to.
This has happened in the last three books too.
So I did not enjoy this story at all, except for what was supposed to be a thrilling climax, but instead became pure farce. The funniest ending to a book I have read for a long time.