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A Death in the Highlands (Euphemia Martins Mystery 2): A gutsy heroine must solve a chilling mystery

Caroline Dunford

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Historical mysteries

Book two in the The Euphemia Martins Mysteries is set a hunting lodge in the Scottish Highlands.

'A sparkling and witty crime debut with a female protagonist to challenge Miss Marple' LIN ANDERSON, Award winning Scottish crime author

A Death in the Highlands - the second edition of the gripping and twisty Euphemia Martin Mysteries!


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Bitter Rivalries.
Disastrous consequences.


After dodging criminal charges, Richard returns as head of the household at Stapleford Hall. Changing fortunes find Euphemia temporarily promoted to housekeeper for the first trip to the family's new hunting lodge in the Scottish Highlands, where she is meets Rory Macleod, the new butler.

Taking on her new role, she encounters angry locals with a grudge against the Staplefords and thwarts what she believes to be an attempt on Bertram Stapleford's life.

A strange group of house guests arrive for the Glorious Twelfth, but with disastrous consequences. Euphemia finds herself caught in the midst of bitter rivalries, and evidence pointing to several murder suspects. Will she unravel the mystery?
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Readers LOVE Caroline Dunford's compelling crime novels!


'Good cosy book to curl up with... I highly recommend this series' ***** Reader review

'Euphemia has my vote all the way. I only wish the story was longer - I reached the end much too soon!'
***** Reader review

'...these are wonderful mysteries, with great characters and good plots. I highly recommend them...'
***** Reader review

'Great humour with a story line that makes you want to keep reading more... Brilliant series, looking forward to reading the rest' ***** Reader review

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