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Murder on the Tor: An Exham on Sea Mystery Whodunnit (Exham on Sea Mysteries Book 3)


A ruthless killer. An ancient curse. A secret past.

When a body appears on the Tor, Libby Forest needs all her ingenuity to unscramble the interwoven threads of past and present and uncover the Glastonbury killer.

This is the third story in the Exham on Sea series of murder mysteries, and Libby's looking for answers. Can she resolve her feelings for the enigmatic Max, uncover the whole truth of her husband's death, and find peace in her new life?

For lovers of Agatha Christie novels, Midsomer Murders, Murder She Wrote, pets and cake, with each tale short enough to read in one sitting, the Exham on Sea Mystery Whodunnits are short crime stories set in a close-knit community at the Somerset seaside, full of quirky local characters.

The green fields, rolling hills and sandy beaches of the West Country provide a perfect setting for crime, intrigue and mystery in the third in the series of cosy crime stories.

Download now to join Libby as she untangles the web of myth, legend and mystery surrounding a modern-day murder with roots that burrow deep into the past.

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Frances Evesham

One day, Frances Evesham walked on a beach in peaceful Somerset and came upon a unique nine-legged Victorian lighthouse. Her first cozy crime story, Murder at the Lighthouse, was born.

Now, she writes mystery stories: the Exham on Sea contemporary cosy crime series set in a small Somerset seaside town, and the Thatcham Hall Mysteries, 19th Century historical mystery romances set in Victorian England.

She collects poison recipes and cooks with a glass of wine in one hand and a bunch of chillies in the other, her head full of ingenious ways to dispatch her victims - in fiction, of course.

She's been a speech therapist and a road sweeper, and worked in the criminal courts seeing crime from all points of view: victim, prosecution and defence. Spending time in the dock and the witness box alongside witnesses taught her more about motive, means and opportunity than she could ever have imagined.

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