The twisty and compulsive twenty-second novel in the much-loved Libby Sarjeant series by Lesley Cookman.
'With fascinating characters and an intriguing plot, this is a real page turner' KATIE FFORDE
'Lesley Cookman is the Queen of Cosy Crime' PAUL MAGRS
A new year dawns over the sleepy coastal town of Heronsbourne and brings with it a brand-new case for amateur sleuth Libby Sarjeant.
When a woman's body is found on the local golf course after an illicit New Year's party, news quickly spreads, and Libby finds herself being tracked down by locals desperate to share information about the victim, Jackie Stapleton.
But things are never that simple in Libby's world. Whilst everyone had an opinion on Jackie, it seems nobody really knew much about her. Libby's chum DCI Connell is being more tight-lipped than usual, and even with her friend Fran Wolfe's help, discovering a motive for the killing is frustratingly difficult.
Is the murder linked to some distinctly dodgy dealing, a dispute with the local golf club, or something far more sinister - a ghost from Libby's past?
Gripping and unputdownable, Murder After Midnight is the latest instalment in the much-loved Libby Sarjeant series by Lesley Cookman. Perfect for fans of Faith Martin, J. R. Ellis and LJ Ross.
Readers LOVE the Libby Sarjeant series:
'I've read all of the books in this series and love them all' 5* Reader Review
'Just can't get enough of reading about Libby and her friends' 5* Reader Review
'Libby's gang are like old friends and I was hooked from the start' 5* Reader Review
'Love this series, roll on the next one!' 5* Reader Review
'I adore the characters and the village. I wish I could live on All Hallows Lane and be a part of this gang. Hoping for a new novel soon. Highly recommend' 5* Reader Review
'The characters are so likeable. I would love to visit the mythical Steeple Martin!' 5* Reader Review
With fascinating characters and an intriguing plot, this is a real page turner
Lesley Cookman is the Queen of Cosy Crime
Intrigue, romance and a touch of murder in a picturesque village setting
A compelling series where each book leaves you satisfied but also eagerly waiting for the next one
Nicely staged drama and memorable and strangely likeable characters
A quaint, British cozy, complete with characters who are both likeable and quirky