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Mystery on Hidden Lane: An utterly gripping cozy mystery novel (An Eve Mallow Mystery)

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 30th 2020 by Bookouture
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Feb 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Protagonist ex-pat American Eve Mallow traveled to Saxford St Peter, a quaint Suffolk village to write an obituary for deceased musician Bernard Fitzpatrick. She is 49, divorced and the mother of twins, 25 years old. She's rented Elizabeth's Cottage temporarily. Unfortunately, shortly after her arrival, it's announced Fitzpatrick's death was not a natural one.

This one pulls you in immediately and then begins to describe the village, her vintage rental and its history, totally atmospheric, and
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Clare Chase finds the current state of the world a bit stressful and has resorted to writing classic mysteries as a form of escapism. Her aim is to take readers away from it all via some armchair sleuthing in atmospheric locations.

Her debut novel was shortlisted for Novelicious’s Undiscovered Award, as well as an EPIC award post-publication, and was chosen as a Debut of the Month by LoveReading.
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