The second book in a brand new cosy crime series set in the sleepy English town of Gipping-on-Plym features sweetly bumbling investigative journalist Vicky Hill, who will do anything to get that front-page story.
Vicky will do anything to get off the obituary circuit and on to the front page!
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 for Gordon Berry. The man was a champion hedge cutter so why are people willing to believe he electrocuted himself by striking a power line with his own clippers?
At the reception there are rumblings of foul play - not to mention a fistfight between a mourner and the local Lothario. And in her quest for a scoop, Vicky will find she has to confront everything - from bad dates to mortal danger...
'A dizzy romp with an endearingly gullible investigator' Ann Purse
'Dennison delivers a novel that both Monty Python and Miss Marple would approve of' Fresh Fiction
'A laugh a page ... a hilarious debut' Carolyn Hart on A Vicky Hill Exclusive!
May the dead bodies abound. - Harley Jane Kozak
A delightful heroine who would be right at home in a Jane Austen novel. - Linda Palmer
Hannah Dennison was born and raised in Hampshire but moved to Los Angeles to pursue screenwriting more than two decades ago. She has been an obituary reporter, antique dealer, private jet flight attendant and Hollywood story analyst. Hannah writes the Honeychurch Hall Mystery Series and Vicky Hill Mystery Series, both of which are set in the wilds of the English countryside. She currently divides her time between California and the West Country.