A gripping new cosy crime mystery: Book 2 in the Shires Mysteries.
BOOK TWO IN THE SHIRES MYSTERIES - A GRIPPING NEW COSY CRIME MYSTERY.
When Maggie Kaye and Sam Dee join the Bishops Well archaeological dig, they are as surprised as everyone else to unearth a body that was buried there less than fifty years ago. It can't possibly be the remains of an ancient Celt.
Maggie, with her usual flair - and psychic intuition - is convinced that there is more to this discovery than meets the eye. And some Bishops residents seem to know a lot more about the case than they are willing to let on.
But nobody is as shocked as Maggie when a face from the past - a face she thought she'd never see again - appears in the village, and long-hidden secrets begin to surface.
With danger at her door, and Sam by her side, can Maggie uncover the truth before it's too late?
A TWISTY NEW WHODUNNIT, FOR FANS OF BETTY ROWLANDS, FAITH MARTIN AND JOY ELLIS.
What readers are saying about Anna Legat:
'Brilliant. I didn't want to put it down!'
'It's a rare author who can keep me guessing until the end - and the ending was a shocker'
'Plenty of twists and turns'
'A brilliantly complex spaghetti of unrelated sub-plots to challenge any armchair sleuth'
'I thoroughly enjoyed this book, reading it cover to cover in a weekend'
'I shall look out for more from Ms Legat'
A murder mystery packed full of character and heart. Engagingly written with a nice line in wry observation and humour
Once started, this is a book impossible not to finish. Exceptionally good
Anna Legat is a Wiltshire-based author, best known for her DI Gillian Marsh murder mystery series. A globe-trotter and Jack-of-all-trades, Anna has been an attorney, legal adviser, a silver-service waitress, a school teacher and a librarian. She read law at the University of South Africa and Warsaw University, then gained teaching qualifications in New Zealand. She has lived in far-flung places all over the world where she delighted in people-watching and collecting precious life experiences for her stories. Anna writes, reads, lives and breathes books and can no longer tell the difference between fact and fiction.