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A Date With Ann Granger …

 

I know that I haven’t given you folks much notice, but I have only just noticed that Ann Granger will be appearing at Cotswold Bookstore, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, on Saturday June 11th 2011, from 10.30am.

Having lived in many different parts of the world, Ann Granger is now based permanently in the Oxford area, handy for this latest book signing mission, in the heart of the lovely Cotswolds.

Photo Attributed To Ave Maria Moistlik

Ann is a prolific crime writer, with her latest book: ‘Rack, Ruin and Murder’, being the second in her latest series and featuring her newest characters Inspector Jess Campbell and Superintendent Ian Carter. If you are into cosy crime fiction novels, then this is definitely the author for you.

Moreton-in-Marsh, is a quintessentially idyllic English village, in Gloucestershire and at the very heart of The Cotswolds, with Cotswold Bookstore being a focal point of the village, based as it is, right in the centre of the High Street. it sounds as if the folks there have negotiated some great deals with the publishers of ‘Rack, Ruin and Murder’, so if you want to be one of the first to get a copy and meet the author into the bargain, then drop in and be sure of a warm welcome. Make a day of it and explore some of the other fantastic places nearby, in this, one of the most beautiful parts of the country.

‘Rack, Ruin and Murder’ by Ann Granger

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The discovery of a dead body shatters the tranquillity of a Cotswold village in Ann Granger’s second Campbell and Carter mystery.

When old Monty Bickerstaffe finds a dead body in his drawing room it comes as a nasty surprise – the first of many. Monty lives alone in a crumbling Cotswold manor house and the last thing he wants is the police sniffing around his property. Not that he has anything to hide…

The identity of the corpse and how and why it was left in Monty’s home remain a mystery. The locals swear they’ve seen nothing unusual and Monty’s relatives claim they’ve never set eyes on the stiff before. But Inspector Jess Campbell is convinced that someone’s lying and, with the help of Superintendent Ian Carter, she must dig deep into Monty’s family history to reveal the shocking truth…’

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