Midsomer Murders meets The Darling Buds of May, with the rock 'n' roll soundtrack of Heartbeat (but this being an ebook you can't actually hear the music so you'll just have to hum it yourself). Murder, sexy vicars, strawberry picking and Teddy Boys. It's got it all - plus some other bits.
It's 1959 and Meredith longs to be an amateur sleuth like her Aunty Peg. She gets her chance when an elderly ex-policeman is murdered on the train to Midchester. Which of the passengers in her carriage has a reason to silence the old man? She hopes it isn't handsome 'rock n roll' vicar, Drew Cunningham, who seems intent on staying by her side, as her self-appointed mentor. Should a vicar be capable of such devilish kisses? As Meredith learns the hard way that not everyone just blurts out their secrets to an amateur, she begins to fall in love. She also moves closer to the chilling truth; that true love can make devils out of us all.
True Love Ways is a gentle romance and murder mystery that can be read in one sitting, whilst you're enjoying the sunshine - unless you live in Britain, in which case, it's something you can read curled up in the house when it's raining yet again.
The first in an occasional series of romantic intrigues set at different times in Midchester's history.
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**Three words describe Sally Quilford’s writing style in a nutshell. “No mucking about.”** Maria Perry Mohan http://gaelikaasdiary.blogspot.com/2011/04/true-love-ways-by-sally-quilford.html