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When feature writer Ruth Finlay and her elderly neighbor Doris Cleaver visit an antique and collectibles market in the small town of Myrtle Bay, they get a lot more than they bargained for.
After Ruth’s old tennis coach is found dead, they discover that there’s no lack of people who harbor a grudge against the victim, and a tangled web of family ties and lies begins to unravel. But can Ruth and Doris find the killer in time to avert a second murder?
I have been a fan of Isobel’s work for a while now. I haven’t caught up with every book that she has written, which is something that I hope to rectify soon. I read the synopsis of ‘Murder In Myrtle Bay’, which is the first book in the series featuring Ruth Finlay, and I thought that it sounded just like the cosy mystery sort…
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