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Death at high tide —Dennison, Hannah, author.

"Death at High Tide is the first installment in the delightful Island Sisters series of cozy mysteries by Hannah Dennison, featuring two sisters who inherit an old hotel in the remote Isles of Scilly off the coast of Cor...

Danger at the cove —Dennison, Hannah, author.

"In Danger at the Cove, the second book in a delightful cozy series by Hannah Dennison in which a surprise visitor makes an appearance on the island--and murder ensues. Renovations on Tregarrick Rock Hotel are coming alo...

Tidings of death at Honeychurch Hall —Dennison, Hannah, author.

It's ten days before Christmas at Honeychurch Hall and Kat Stanford has persuaded the Earl of Grenville to open the Museum Room to the villagers in an effort to raise money for rooftop repairs. For the price of a ticket ...

Dangerous deception at Honeychurch Hall —Dennison, Hannah, author.

"Things are going well for Kat Stanford; not only is her antiques business thriving, she's also got a new date: Piers Carew, Viscount Chawley, who owns the estate next to Honeychurch Hall ... Then things start to go wron...

Scoop! —Dennison, Hannah, author.
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If there's one thing Vicky has learnt as an obituary writer, it's how to spot something fishy at a funeral - and plenty is amiss at the service of Gordon Berry. The man was a champion gardener, so why are people willing ...

Accused! —Dennison, Hannah, author.
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Murder is in the air when hedge-jumping champ Dave Randall accuses his arch enemy, Jack Webster, of sabotaging his dream to compete at the upcoming European Games. Vicky is used to Dave's histrionics and she turns a blin...

Murderous mayhem at Honeychurch Hall —Dennison, Hannah, author.

"When the only copy of Ravished, Iris Stanford's new manuscript, never arrives at her London publisher's office, her daughter Kat investigates the tiny local village post office, where it appears the package never left t...