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Murder at a Funeral

(The ninth book in the Kitty Worthington Mysteries series)
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England. 1924. With her wedding day to CDI Robert Crawford Sinclair mere weeks away, Kitty Worthington is thrilled beyond words. But first there’s a sad duty that must be performed—the reinterment of Robert’s birth mother at Castle Rutledge who is to be buried alongside her husband, the former marquis.

But on the day of the funeral, things don’t go according to plan. The vicar’s gone missing; the organist is drunk as a judge. And then there’s the body in the sanctuary. Not the one you���d expect.

The village constable soon asks Robert to help, something that Kitty advises against, afraid of the emotional toll the enquiry would exact on her fiancé. But then Robert’s brother becomes the main suspect, leaving them with no choice but to investigate.

Goodness knows they’re not lacking for suspects. The village crone caused endless strife in Chipping Bliss. As they proceed apace, shocking revelations and troubled pasts come to light. And just as they discover a vital clue, a threatening note arrives. If they don’t cease their investigation, a loved one will die.

Filled with intrigue, glamour, and more than a soupçon of humor,
Murder at a Funeral (Book 9 in The Kitty Worthington Mysteries) is reminiscent of the golden age of mysteries. It's sure to delight lovers of Agatha Christie and Downton Abbey alike.

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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