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Death at Neptune Yard

(The second book in the Kipper Cottage Cozy Mystery series)
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Trick or deadly treat? Anything can happen at Halloween.

Halloween is coming to North Yorkshire, and the seaside town of Whitby is getting ready for its annual Goth Festival, where Goths of all ages descend on the town for a week of music, costumes and spooky fun.

When one of Liz McLuckie’s friends has a terrifying encounter with the Barghest – Yorkshire’s legendary Dog of Death - it sparks a series of mysterious fatalities in the town. Are supernatural forces at work, or is there another, more human, explanation?

Liz decides to find out, with the help of her motley assortment of friends and Nelson the English bull terrier, the ugliest (and bravest!) dog in Yorkshire.

Death At Neptune Yard — Book 2 in the Kipper Cottage Mystery series. Perfect for fans of Stella Cameron and Frances Evesham.

What readers are saying about
Death At Neptune Yard:

“I loved this cosy mystery, and this series is becoming
my favourite of 2022. I can't wait to read another adventure of Liz, Nelson and visit once more this lovely town with such a wonderful group of characters. This is a light and most enjoyable reading and I highly recommend it.” -Bookish Days

“Quick, nimble, and
highly entertaining to read, the second book in the Kipper Cottage series is one of those stories that is hard to put down until you reach the end and find out what really happened at Neptune Yard.” -Netgalley Reviewer

“…well written,
captivatingand enjoyable. The characters are well developed, easy to get to know and realistic. A great weekend read while curled up on the couch with a warm blanket and your favorite winter beverage.” -Booksprout Reviewer

very entertaining read, which I devoured in a sitting. There were plenty of twists & turns & red herrings…” -Booksprout Reviewer

“I am
entranced by this new series. The descriptions of the Whitney location are so vivid and complete and combine with the historical references to place the reader right in the center of the town. Characters have rich backgrounds, interesting and believable personalities and a few secrets. Intriguing plots with enough suspects to keep you guessing.” -Goodreads Reviewer

engrossing cozy mystery series. Liz McLuckie is a strong female character… Jan Durham brings Whitby and its history and legends alive. I’m looking forward to the next in the series. 5 stars.” -Goodreads Reviewer

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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