A new author for me and the fourth book in the series. I had no trouble following Hattie Davish as she returns home for the funeral of her best friend’s Father. It will bring back unfavourable memories of her own Father’s Death. There are problems at the school she attended and an old boy friends makes an appearance. Will Hattie finally be able put her own Father’s death behind her as she endeavours to help her friend with mysteries surrounding the death of her friend’s Father. There are many turns in this book and the ending will surprise you.
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Sounds like my kind of book. I’ll have to check it out.
I have more reviews to add to my blog.
I am always amazed at how fast you read.