OUT NOW: A Crowded Coffin by Nicola Slade

a Crowded Coffin nicola sladeNicola Slade had her first short stories published in her early twenties and wrote for children and for women’s magazines for a number of years. As well as writing, Nicola has been a Brown Owl and an antiques dealer. She currently lives in Hampshire with her husband; her three grown-up children live nearby.

For more information on the author visit: www.nicolaslade.com

A Crowded Coffin by Nicola Slade

It is late summer in Hampshirem and former headmistress, Harriet Quigley, is enjoying life. Her cousin Sam is moving next door and the only cloud on the horizon is village gossip about a man who disappeared months earlier, and a more recent near-fatal accident.

Suddenly it’s all going pear-shaped – and sensible, practical Harriet has only herself to blame. Sam has warned her not to play at being Miss Marple but despite her cousin’s strictures Harriet is suspicious about several newcomers and she’s been asking discreet questions. There’s an enigmatic artist, a good-looking vicar, a handsome Texan, a millionaire orchid-fancier, and Elvis, the plumber. To cap it all someone’s seen the family ghost and only her young cousin Edith takes Harriet’s anxieties seriously.

With a sudden death in Winchester Cathedral, a treasure hunt that attracts unwelcome attentions, and history that looms uncomfortably close, Harriet finds herself trapped somewhere very nasty – and she’s not alone.

Praise for the author:

‘Nicola Slade is adept at sketching in people and places rapidly and concocting interesting plots’ – Myshelf.com

‘A well paced and witty read from start to finish, and one of the most entertaining books I have ever read’ –  Historical Novels Review

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