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Strangeways to Oldham: Belchester Chronicle

Andrea Frazer

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Crime & mystery

From the author of The Falconer Files - a new series featuring an outrageously ill-assorted pair of amateur sleuths. A delightful outpouring of English upper class eccentricities with the odd murder thrown in.

The first in the series featuring a madcap pair of amateur sleuths and a delightful outpouring of upper-class English eccentricities - with the odd murder thrown in!
Praise for Andrea Frazer's twisty and compelling crime novels:


***** 'Brilliant book, look forward to reading the others in the series. A great story, loved reading it...' Reader Review

***** 'A very nicely written 'tongue in cheek' story with the most unlikely hero and heroine as aged super sleuths... Very enjoyable read' Reader Review

***** 'Loved this story... Look forward to others in the series' Reader Review

***** 'Loved this book... The characters were absolutely brilliant... Well done Andrea Frazer. Highly recommended' Reader Review

***** ' ...I LOVED it... I have read all Andrea Frazer's books and cannot wait for the next one... Buy all Andrea's books - such fun, you won't be disappointed' Reader Review
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Lady Amanda Golightly of Belchester Towers is a person in complete contrast to the stereotypical image of one of her breeding. She is short, portly, and embarrassingly forthright. If she wasn't calling a spade a shovel, it was only because she was calling it 'trumps'!

On a visit to a local nursing home where an old business partner of her father's is residing, she unexpectedly discovers a long-lost friend, Hugo Cholmondley-Crichton-Crump - and stumbles upon murder as well.

Installing Hugo in the more civilised and comfortable surroundings of Belchester Towers, the pair turn to sleuthing after Lady Amanda reports her appalling discovery to the local police inspector and is incensed when he treats her as a silly old biddy with an over-active imagination. Her outrage prompts her to teach the impertinent young whipper-snapper a lesson, and she and Hugo (Zimmer frame in tow) embark upon their first investigation, only for murder to become a distressingly frequent occurrence...

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