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The Curious Case of the Templeton-Swifts

(The sixth book in the Lord Edgington Investigates series)
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A manor house full of secrets, a recluse who fears for his life, and four warring heirs out to claim their inheritance. There's murder afoot in the country this summer.

England, 1926. When Lord Edgington receives a letter from Hugo Templeton-Swift, a famously rich magnate who believes he’s being poisoned, the renowned detective fetches his assistant, his golden retriever, and a full staff of servants and heads off to the countryside to investigate. But when the bodies start falling in the extraordinary estate of Riverside Keep, anyone could be guilty.

Though all fingers point to Hugo’s much younger wife, his three estranged children have their own reasons for wanting their father out of the picture, and even the servants are acting suspiciously. With the aid of his loyal grandson, Lord Edgington must pick through the mysterious manor in order to catch the killer and solve “The Curious Case of the Templeton-Swifts”.

Dive into the pacy, puzzling and particularly warm-hearted new entry in the bestselling series of 1920s whodunits. The sixth “Lord Edgington Investigates…” novel is sure to have you holding your sides and scratching your head, as you race to spot the culprit before the beloved detectives can.

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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