When Meredith Mitchell agreed to stay with her actress cousin Eve in the run-up to Eve's daughter's wedding she anticipated a degree of drama. But she hardly expected it to include murder, blackmail and unrequited love. Or to involve a certain Chief Inspector Markby, a middle-aged divorcee with an emotional history as unfortunate as her own. A material witness to the only case of murder the Cotswold village of Westerfield has ever seen, Meredith also finds herself acting as mother-confessor to the bride-to-be, who is clearly not telling the whole truth about her involvement with the dead man. Steering a path between her duty to the police and loyalty to her cousin's family is not easy; even for someone with Meredith's considerable diplomatic skills. And especially as her personal enquiries into events in Westerfield start to disinter past affections Meredith would far rather leave buried - and to provoke new ones she's not at all sure she can cope with ...The repair garage was asmall onein a backstreet butthe front was painted and the forecourt tidyandit gave every appearance ... A young man in orange overalls came out, wipinghis hands on a bundle ofcotton waste as Markby got out of the car. ... To get it up to scratch to pass the MOT youa#39;d needto spend a small fortune onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Say it with Poison|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-03-01|