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Summary Death of a Ladies Man Bunburry #4

Death of a Ladies Man Bunburry #4

Lour in Bunburry But shortly after his arrival he is found dead a tragic accident or something sinister Amateur sleuth Alfie McAlister hopes to uncover the truth with the help of his friends Liz and Marge But is Liz too distracted by the prospect of financial gain to focus on the task at hand Helena Marchmont is a pseudonym of Olga Wo. Alfie s life in London merges with his life in Bunburry in Death of a Ladies Man This is the fourth in the series and can stand alone but it would be much better to go back and read them all They re short and enjoyable and like most series it s better to read them in orderTwo of Alfie s acuaintances from London show up They are gaudy and snobbish and want Alfie to invest a bunch of money in some scheme or other Also in town is Mario Bellini who makes the best ice cream in London Mario makes a bit of a stir in town He s handsome and an irrepressible flirt who makes at least one local husband uite angryAlfie loves the ice cream and gives Mario his card so he can have some shipped Unfortunately when Mario is found dead Alfie s card is still in his pocket and the incompetent sheriff at first focusses on that But the jealous husband makes an even better suspect although most people in town think he s innocentThe recurring characters Alfie and the two elderly women who help him solve the mysteries Liz and Marge are fun and make me laugh Oscar Alfie s best friend in London has some very helpful information this time around too It s one of those towns I d like to visit and hang out with the localsThis is a novella so the mystery itself is rather condensed We only have a couple of suspects and it s pretty clear who the killer was It s a perfect summer afternoon read though Mating Flight novella so the mystery itself is rather condensed We only have a couple of suspects and it s pretty clear who the killer was It s a perfect summer afternoon read though

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Miss Marple meets Oscar Wilde in this new series of cosy mysteries set in the picturesue Cotswolds village of Bunburry In Death of a Ladies' Man the fourth Bunburry book the summer tourist season is in full swing Among the visitors is Mario Bellini a gelateria owner with film star good looks who is considering opening an ice cream par. 35 Really enjoying this little mysteries to break up my heavier non fiction reads Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown new series of cosy mysteries set in the picturesue Cotswolds village of Bunburry In Death of a Ladies' Man the fourth Bunburry book the summer tourist season is in full swing Among the visitors is Mario Bellini a gelateria owner with film star good looks who is considering opening an ice cream par. 35 Really enjoying this little mysteries to break up my heavier The Isles non fiction reads

Helena Marchmont ì 2 Summary

Jtas who was born and brought up in Edinburgh She was encouraged to write by an inspirational English teacher Iona M Cameron Olga won a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award in 2015 has had than 30 short stories published in magazines and anthologies and recently published her first mystery Miss Blaine's Prefect and the Golden Samovar. Another charming Bunberry mystery This book and series is worthwhile for anyone who enjoys well written cozy mysteries The character are well drawn and engaging The story is well written While it s a bit short it is complete and serves well as a brief respite from every day stresses of life

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About the Author: Helena Marchmont

Helena Marchmont is a pseudonym of Olga Wojtas who was born and brought up in Edinburgh She was encouraged to write by an inspirational English teacher Iona M Cameron Olga won a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award in 2015 has had than 30 short stories published in magazines and anthologies and recently published her first mystery Miss Blaine's Prefect and the Golden Samovar



10 thoughts on “Death of a Ladies Man Bunburry #4

  1. says:

    These mysteries are short and cozy My 18 year old daughter and I adore them She was hearing me listen to this on

  2. says:

    35⭐️Really enjoying this little mysteries to break up my heavier non fiction reads

  3. says:

    I am really enjoying these cozy mysteries

  4. says:

    Alfie’s life in London merges with his life in Bunburry in Death of a Ladies’ Man This is the fourth in the series and can stand alone but it would be much better to go back and read them all They’re short and enjoyable and like most series it’s better to read them in orderTwo of Alfie’s acuaintances from London show up They are gau

  5. says:

    I listened to the first of this mystery series within the past year and when I found there were episodes I thought I'd continue the series Each is under a 3 hour audiobook listen Because of the length each feels like of a short story than a novelnovelette although because core characters continue and relations

  6. says:

    Five reasons I'm giving Five Stars to The Bunburry Mysteries by Helena Marchmont1 The series Alfie McAlister inh

  7. says:

    Each book in this series gets better and better Sucks you in from the first page and doesn’t let up until the last In this book ice cream businessman Mario Bellini comes to Bunburry looking to expand his operation into the Cotswolds Alfie has met him before in London and has spread wonderful reviews of his ice cream to the propri

  8. says:

    Well He was both gorgeous and deadAnother very entertaining story from the Bunburry Triangle In real life I would certainly not live in tiny villages in the Cotswolds The number murdered there is an awfully high statistic The three main characters are again the mystery solvers Their ways of doing so are always entertaining and sometimes a bit tongue in cheek No maudlin murder investigation here I do want to ring the nec

  9. says:

    Another charming Bunberry mystery This book and series is worthwhile for anyone who enjoys well written cozy mysteries The character are well dr

  10. says:

    Always FunThe Bunburry series is fun to read Light mysteries reoccurring wonderfully uirky characters and you learn a bit about the English countryside Suitable for all ages Highly enjoyable

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