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Death of a Diva at Honeychurch Hall

Hannah Dennison

4 Reviews

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Crime & mystery

The seventh charming murder mystery in the Honeychurch Hall series featuring Kat Stanford.

'Just the thing to chase the blues away' M. C. Beaton

Spring is in the air ... and so, too, is the sound of music as the residents of Honeychurch Hall are stunned to learn that the Dowager Countess Lady Edith Honeychurch has agreed to the staging of a production of The Merry Widow in the dilapidated grand ballroom.


Fears that the fiercely private octogenarian must be going senile are soon dismissed when our heroine, Kat Stanford, learns that the favour is a result of a desperate request from Countess Olga Golodkin. As one of Edith's oldest friends Olga is the director of the amateur Devon Operatic Dramatic Organization.


Just a week before, D.O.D.O's original venue was destroyed in a mysterious fire but since tickets have been sold, costumes made and lucrative local sponsorships secured, Olga is determined that the show must go on. After decades at the helm of D.O.D.O., The Merry Widow will be Olga's swansong and she wants to go out with a bang . . .

Praise for Hannah Dennison:

'The perfect classic English village mystery but with the addition of charm, wit and a thoroughly modern touch' Rhys Bowen

'Downton Abbey was yesterday. Murder at Honeychurch Hall lifts the lid on today's grand country estate in all its tarnished, scheming, inbred, deranged glory' Catriona McPherson

'Will delight fans and new readers alike' People's Friend

'A fun read' Carola Dunn

'Sparkles like a glass of Devon cider on a summer afternoon' Elizabeth Duncan

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Praise for Death of a Diva at Honeychurch Hall

  • The perfect classic English village mystery but with the addition of charm, wit and a thoroughly modern touch

  • Downton Abbey was yesterday. Murder at Honeychurch Hall lifts the lid on today's grand country estate in all its tarnished, scheming, inbred, deranged glory

  • Will delight fans and new readers alike - People's Friend

  • Sparkles like a glass of Devon cider on a summer afternoon

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