Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder, by Hazel Holt

Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder, Hazel Holt, Mystery, Mrs. Malory, Series
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ISBN: 978-1-60381-046-3
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Mystery

Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder, by Hazel Holt

Everyone in the small seaside village of Taviscombe is looking forward to the festival. So is Mrs. Sheila Malory—that is, until the unpleasant Adrian Palgrove joins the planning committee. Mrs. Malory, an avid reader of nineteenth century literature, is dismayed to find the man constantly in her path. First Adrian gleefully informs her that he has been appointed executor of the estate of a renowned author, whose private life he intends to expose. Soon his bad behavior has alienated his fellow committee members. One of his many enemies despises him enough to murder him just as the festival is underway.

Mrs. Malory has impressive credentials when it comes to solving murders, but with so many suspects, she hardly knows where to begin.

Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder is Book Four in the Mrs. Malory Mystery series.

“Writing with originality, Holt makes her debut in a witty and oddly poignant story. The denouement stands out as a deftly understated, satisfying surprise.” – Publishers Weekly

Hazel Holt was born in Birmingham, England, where she attended King Edward VI High School for Girls. She studied at Newnham College, Cambridge, and went on to work at the International African Institute in London, where she became acquainted with the novelist Barbara Pym, whose biography she later wrote. She also finished one of Pym’s novels after Pym died. Holt has also recently published My Dear Charlotte, a story that uses the actual language of Jane Austen’s letters to her sister Cassandra to construct a Regency murder mystery. Holt wrote her first novel in her sixties, and is a leading crime novelist. She is best known for her Mrs. Malory series. Her son is novelist Tom Holt.

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